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January 23, 2020 6:00–8:00 pm
Duke Arts Annex
Screen Printing

T-Shirt Screen Printing: A DukeCreate and Student Wellness Collaboration

Taught by Robby Poore
Duke Create poster

About the Workshop

This workshop, in partnership with DuWell, focuses on blending art and mental health awareness. Students will screen print a design that says “you matter.” onto a t-shirt in a horizontally flipped position, so the message can be read in the mirror. The event aims to be a fun way to help students maintain a positive mindset and promote the daily practice of caring for one’s mental health.

This two hour workshop will cover the basics of screen printing. We will use photo emulsion to create an image on a screen and then learn how to print that design on a shirts. T-shirts will be provided for you to print on at this workshop, however you may bring your own if you have sizing concerns. Provided t-shirt sizes will be limited.

About the Instructor

Robby Poore is a graphic designer, musician, DJ, and screen printer based in Chapel Hill, NC. He has a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico in painting, drawing, and printmaking and has been screen printing punk rock t-shirts and oddball prints since 1982.

About the Location

This workshop meets in the Duke Arts Annex: get directions.

About DukeCreate

DukeCreate is a series of free, hands-on arts workshops designed to help Duke students, staff, and faculty develop a variety of creative skills. Workshops are open to all skill levels and backgrounds. Most take place in the Duke Arts Annex or the Rubenstein Arts Center and are typically held weeknights 6-8pm.

Workshops are free to all Duke students and staff, with priority given to students. Class size is limited. Students must sign up in advance. Online enrollment for Duke staff opens on the day of the workshop. Staff can also show up 10 minutes prior to a workshop in case a slot becomes available. Walk-ins will only be accommodated on a space-available basis.

DukeCreate is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts (DukeArts) and University Center Activities and Events (UCAE).