Partner Event

Layers of Tenderness: Screenprinting Poetry

May 13, 2021
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Jonathan Lyndon Chase and FWM Print Project Coordinator Zack Ingram working in the FWM Studio. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.

During this special event with Artist-in-Residence Jonathan Lyndon Chase, discover the creative potential of screenprinting—a process where ink is pulled over a stencil to transfer a printed image onto cloth or paper—as you enjoy a celebration of creation, poetry, and rituals of care. Create your own print with layers of imagery, inspired by some of the themes in Big Wash, Chase’s current solo exhibition on view at FWM.

With proof of registration, a limited number of at-home screenprinting kits will be available for local pickup at The Fabric Workshop and Museum during museum hours (Tuesday-Friday 12-6 pm and Saturday-Sunday 12-5 pm).

The kits are free and available for the first 25 people to register; each will be contacted via email by FWM with pickup details. Additional participants are welcome to attend and use their own materials.

Event Information

May 13, 2021
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Event link to be sent after registration