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SPTF Annouces 2006 Workshop Schedule

Posted on Thu, 1 Dec 2005 at 16:45



Screen Making Workshop

Five Day Hands-On Workshop
Screen Making: Basic to Professional
Instructors: Denise Breard and Dawn Hohl

Dates:
February 6-10th
June 5-9th
August 7-11th
November 13-17th

This intense workshop combines real world hands-on experience with just the right amount of supporting theory. Master the skills to make screens for virtually every job. There is something for everyone from the beginner to the professional that wants to fine-tune his or her skills.

Graphics Four-Color Process Workshop

Four Day Hands-On Workshop
Graphics Four-Color Process: Controlling the Variables
Instructor: Dawn Hohl
Guest Instructors: Bron Wolff of Serigraph Inc.
Mike Ruff of ReyHan PGF

Dates:
February 28 – March 3rd
May 16-19th
July 11-14th
October 17-20th

When printing process work, the difference between success and failure can be as subtle as a minor squeegee pressure adjustment on just one screen! This workshop makes extensive use of printed samples, progressives, and even live printing to teach students the art of printing process color.

Special Effects: Enhance Your Textile Print

Three Day Hands-On Workshop
Special Effects: Enhance Your Textile Print
Instructor: Charles Taublieb

Dates:
March 22-24th
August 28-30th

Make your work stand out and earn more profits at the same time by printing special effects in your designs. Charlie Taublieb, recognized industry expert in textile printing, will show you the ropes. And, you won’t sit in a classroom all day because this is a hands-on workshop. You’ll learn by doing so you have a complete understanding of each process.

Learn how to create and print designs using specialty inks, products, and effects such as high density, caviar beads, textures, puff, glitter, lenticular, gels and more.

For More Information visit
http://www.sgia.org/sptf/classschedules.cfm
or e-mail: pam@sgia.org
or Call 1-888-385-3588

SPTF
10015 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22031

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