Workshops

I offer a range of printmaking experiences, from screen and woodblock printing workshops, drop-in quick prints, to live screen printing for events.

If you are interested in more information, please contact me.

 
 
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Printmaking Drop-ins

An excellent workshop for libraries or schools looking for a creative introduction for visitors or students.

Approachable workshops that introduce participants to process via screen or woodblock printing. Utilizing pre-exposed screens or woodblocks designed in advance to explore ideas supporting your cause or institution.


Screen Printing Workshop

Screen Printing Workshops

Great for the beginning screen printer.

This is a 4-hour workshop and introduces participants to the tools and photo process of screen printing. We will cover the basics of image creation, exposure of screens, and printing. Once we've got that we'll discuss the best papers, inks for different projects, and cleanup. No screen printing experience necessary!


Wood Block Printing Workshop

Woodblock Printing Workshops

Great for the beginning woodblock printer.

This workshop is a 4 hour workshop and introduces participants to the tools and photo process of woodblock printing. We will cover the basics of image creation, block carving, and printing. We will discuss the best papers, inks for different projects, and cleanup. No printing experience necessary!


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Live Printing Parties

Some seriously engaging promotion. Screen or block printing are available for your party or event. We will develop art that promote your cause or brand, printing parties are great for many events. Pop-ups, concerts, art openings, festivals, private parties, fundraisers, and launch events. Anytime you are looking to create a buzz and make some great prints while doing it.


Gentle, open minded, approachable - his teaching style created just the right vibe for exploring creativity and getting our hands making.
— Sarah Artz, One One Thousand
As our Artist-in-Residence at MPL, Craig shared his talents as an artist and his wonderful gift of teaching in hands on creative workshops for children of all ages. Rather than simply doing the minimum workshops requested as part of our residency, Craig went above and beyond to do more workshops for children and at risk youth with our teen and youth services librarians. Teaching the entire process of printing, from design to screen burning and printing, Craig has loved to share his expertise with us, and the public. He is exactly what we were looking for in a Maker for the Bubbler space. He completely embodies the library’s mission of Learn, Share, Create.
— Trent Miller, Head Bubblerarian, Madison Public Library