Special Program – Screen-printing

How can the arts function as a vehicle for social activism and inspire your wearable call to action?  

Program Description

For Black Futures Month 2024, we offer a Visual Arts program specifically for February: screen-printing! In this full-day program, students will explore how textile arts have impacted social change across diverse communities and use this as inspiration to design and screen-print their own wearable patch, bringing awareness to a social justice issue that is of importance to them. 

Program Objectives

By the end of the Special Program – Screen-printing program, students will:

  • Gain an appreciation for the role the arts play as a form of social activism.
  • Experiment with the screen-printing process to make a wearable call to action on a patch of fabric.
  • Use vocabulary related to topics of social justice and the printmaking process appropriately.

Booking Details

Grades 4–12 (Full Day)

February 1-28, 2024

Regular rate applies

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Curriculum Connections

Program Categories

Creative Edge, Onsite Program

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