May 20 17:30 – 19h
WIP, 3487 Boul. Saint-Laurent
Although contemporary screenprinting requires specialized equipment, it’s possible to print with this technique via simple and effective means. Come and learn the basics of transferring images onto fabric or paper with a contemporary artist specializing in printmaking. You will make your own stencils and monotypes in addition to learning how to make your own screenprinting silk.
Jacinthe Loranger is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in Montreal, Canada. She holds a master’s degree in visual and media arts from Concordia University in Print Media.Her practice revolves around screen printing and is deployed in different forms such as installation, sculpture and collage. Her work was showcased in numerous exhibitions across Canada and abroad like in recent years I have presented several exhibitions in gallery, including at the invisible dog art center (NY), Art in the Open (Charlottetown PEI) and she also participated in the public art project Images rémanentes in the City of Moncton NB. In 2022, she will be part of shows in Douro Printmaking biennial, Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen (Moncton, NB) and at Maison des arts de Laval (Laval, QC)