Experimental Screen Printing

Learn how to print onto heavy- and light-weighted fabrics with a range of textile printing inks.

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In this one-day Screen Printing workshop, printers will print with a range of textile printing inks such as pigments and binders, puff, metallic, and pearl. All prints will be designed onto fabric.

Printers will draw and create hand-cut stencils and print onto heavy and light weighted fabrics. We will layer designs and print repeat patterns, using designs inspired by the current exhibition or your own projects. By the end of the workshop, printers will have a collection of A5-A3 screen-printed fabric samples.

All materials will be provided; printers are welcome to bring their own fabrics and stencils to use during the one-day workshop if they wish. This workshop is suitable for teachers, designers, students, and those who are curious about design. No experience is necessary, all abilities are welcome.

About the tutor

Nicole Line (@nicolelineworkshops) is an artist and textile tutor based in London, she graduated from University for the Creative Arts in Farnham in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Textiles. She holds a PGCert (2016) and a Master’s degree (2018) in Creative Education and founded Nicole Line Workshops in 2014. Nicole teaches mixed-media textiles such as Screen Printing, Heat Press Printing and Experimental Drawing. Nicole is also a lecturer at the University for the Creative Arts Epsom, teaching BA, Foundation and International students.


Confirmation email: Once you have made a booking, you will receive a confirmation email detailing all the information you will need prior to your workshop. You will also receive a reminder email one week prior to your workshop.

Registration: Please check your confirmation email for the registration time of your workshop. If the registration time for your workshop is before 11am, please ring the intercom on arrival. For health and safety reasons, it is not possible to admit participants earlier than the registration time.

On arrival: Upon entry, please present your ticket(s) on your device or a note of your booking reference number.

Eating and drinking: No food or drink is permitted in the Museum, other than bottled water. The Fashion and Textile Museum is located in the heart of Bermondsey Street, surrounded by award-winning restaurants, cafes and pubs. So, if you would like to enjoy a meal or a drink before or after your visit, there is plenty to choose from. For more information, check out our plan your visit page or our FAQs.

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