Screen printing is a technique where a mesh stencil is used to transfer ink onto a shirt, poster, or other material. If you are a first-timer or a seasoned printer, BLDG 61 is a great space to experience the craft. Screens and ink are available with access to the equipment.
You are signing up for printing time / press access. Making your screen and cleaning up can (and should) occur before and after your timeslot during Open Studio hours (1pm - 6:45pm).
If this is your first time printing, makerspace staff is available to guide you through a demo project.
You are welcome to bring up to four guests to assist you with printing. You will all be working together on the same project.
Space is limited, registration is required to secure your spot.
Ages 13 and under are welcome under the supervision of a responsible adult.
Users may only register for one Screen Printing Guided Access session per day. Additional registrations will be canceled.
Materials can be purchased from BLDG 61 or brought from home. If using your own materials, staff must approve those materials before use.
Be prepared - You can get help with your designs and prepare your screen for printing during BLDG 61 Open Studio hours.
Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator are also available on select lab computers at Boulder Public Library's main branch.