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Textile Printing Techniques

In this class series, we will be exploring the rich connections to be found across printmaking and textile arts. With a focus on experimentation, this class will be an introduction to a variety of printmaking methods, applying them to fabric as our primary surface. Exploring a range of cultural legacies of printed textile crafts, our projects will highlight both the techniques and broader significance of textile production. Using the basics of stenciling, relief stamping, screen printing, and dying techniques, we will practice methods for manipulating fabric materials. Additionally, using a range of registration methods, we will learn methods for designing and producing a continuous textile pattern for uses in fiber arts, alternative quilting methods, and garment construction. Students will come away from this course with knowledge of the relationships between printmaking and textiles, as well as a variety of methods for analog, fabric-based print production. All skill levels welcome.

Members receive 10% off!


  • Tuition: $350
  • Location: Kala Print Studio
  • Instructor: Whitney Humphreys
  • 4 Classes
  • Wednesday, September 29, 2021 — October 20, 2021
  • 6pm — 9pm


About the Instructor:

Whitney Humphreys is a San Francisco Bay Area artist and teacher and a recent graduate of San Francisco Art Institute’s Dual Degree program, earning an MFA in Studio Practice, with a focus in printmaking and sculptural installation, as well as an MA in the History and Theory of Contemporary Art. With a research-based process, her work scrutinizes the ways visual culture and technologies influence individual and collective constructions of identity. She has exhibited throughout the Bay Area during her career as an artist, muralist, designer, maker, event coordinator, and instructor.