Over the course of 6 hours, you will be taught how to artwork, register and print a four-layer CMYK Screen Print for professional results. Please notice that it is ideal to have some experience with screen printing to be able to take part in this workshop. If you don’t, it is recommended to take a beginners paper printing workshop before enrolling in this one.

This workshops will take place over 6 hours and it will follow this structure:

from 10.00am to 12:00pm: You will be taught how to prepare your artwork on the computer to be able to print it for CMYK printing, learning step by step how to achieve halftone colour separations. Once all the artwork has been created and prepared for screen printing, you will be taught how to coat, expose and wash out your screens ready for screen printing your very first layer.

-1 hour lunch break –

from 1.00pm to 4.00pm: You will spend the afternoon printing the three remaining layers to complete your CMYK Screen Print. Once you are done printing your edition, you will also be shown how to blast out your screen.

At the end of the course, you will have an edition of 5 CMYK prints.


To book [lease scroll down to the calendar and click the available date (highlighted in red) that you’d like to attend. All materials are provided including 310gsm paper, if you’d like to supply your own paper please do. You will need to send over email your design 5 days before the workshop date for us to print the acetate. Please do so to If you don’t send it on time, we will have stock images for you to print during the workshop.

If you have any questions about what you need to bring please contact



Cancellation Policy: Please notice that we can’t reschedule or refund a workshop if it is requested 10 or less days before the date of the workshop. We regret we will not be able to replace or rearrange missed sessions either or exchange the price of the workshop for a voucher or another product. Please do not ask us to make exceptions and please understand we cannot accommodate everyones changes and sudden change of circumstances.