Screen printing is a versatile printing process used on many surfaces ranging from t-shirts to art posters. It is an easy way to manually produce multiple copies of the same image. Join guest designer Daniella Trigo to experience ‘pulling’ ink through a stenciled mesh to print an image onto paper. Once dry, your prints will be used to cut out shapes and make your own unique collage.

Held during most school holidays, our intergenerational programs are facilitated by a museum educator. Join us for design activities and gallery bingo on the Ground Floor, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

About Daniella Trigo

Designer Daniella Trigo first learned to screen print on textiles at university, and has since added printing on paper to make an array of textile products and art prints. She loves to play with geometric shapes to make complex all-over patterns.

WORKSHOP PROGRAM HOURS

Ongoing, 11 – 3 p.m.

Ground Floor, Lecture Room

PROGRAM FAQ

CAN I BRING MY GROUP TO THE PROGRAM?

We are unable to accommodate groups.

CAN I LEAVE MY CHILD?

Caretakers must remain with their child for the duration of the program.

WHAT IS MY ROLE AS THE CAREGIVER IN THIS PROGRAM?

We require that caregivers actively participate in our workshops. Caregivers are responsible for helping their child with their individual projects and are expected to manage any behavioral challenges that might be disruptive to the group. Caretakers must stay with their child for the duration of the program.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM?

All programming is on a first-come, first-serve basis. You cannot reserve a ticket online.

IS MUSEUM ADMISSION INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM?

This program is free, but does not include admission to the museum for participants over the age of 18.