Silkscreen workshop at SDSU taught by artist known around the world


The South Dakota Art Museum will host a “Hands-on Silkscreen Class” taught by Randy Clark, associate professor of visual arts at South Dakota State University, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 19, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, in Grove Hall on campus.

The workshop will cover how to create artwork with paper and gel pens, how to copy an existing image in a book or magazine and print it using a simple photocopier and how to print ornate designs with just scissors and construction paper.

Supplies needed for the Art Museum class include a wide black gel pen; wide opaque water-based markers; spatula; masking tape; water pail; black construction paper; scissors; clear tape; craft matte black acrylic paint with brushes; and an apron, because participants will get messy.

Grove Hall is located south of The Union between Matthews and Brown residence halls on the SDSU campus. Parking is free on the weekends.