Radical Screen printing

Radical Screen printing

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£10

Location

Ossulston TRA Hall, NW1 1DF

52 Phoenix Road

London

NW1 1ES

United Kingdom

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Create your own activist designs in these radical screen-printing workshops.

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Be inspired by the the work by 1960s social activist Nun and screen printed, Corita Kent as well as a local tradition of activism – Ossulston Street is where teenage sisters printed the anarchist paper The Torch in the 1890s – and delve into the Somers Town’s social activist history for slogan ideas like ‘Art in everyday life!’ and 'Defend Council Housing'!

Print onto posters or upcycle a T-shirt. All will be displayed in an exhibition at the end of the Festival at the People's Museum Somers Town.

Blank T-shirts will be available to purchase to print onto or bring your own.

The workshop will be delivered by an experienced artist and art technician.

It takes place in the Ossulston Tenants Hall - an insight into social housing provision of community spaces!

Address is Ossulston street opposite the British Library.

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