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MiScreen digital screen printing machine next two three screenprints

MiScreen: Digital Desktop Screen Printing

Duration: One-day workshop
Dates: Sun 19 May 2024 10:30 - 17:30
Location: Print Studio

MiScreen is one of a new, exciting generation of digital screen printing machines changing how we will screen print in the future. 

Similar to Risography, this process allows you to make incredibly fine detailed images onto screen mesh, which you print by hand, without the need for chemical solutions, separations or excessive use of water and energy. In this class you will create a screen printed digital ‘collage’ of layered imagery using MiScreen generated stencils and traditional screen printing techniques.

Learn the basics of screen printing, from making simple paper stencils to pulling a print. You'll then be introduced to the MiScreen equipment and how to transfer an image onto mesh which you will then use to create your own prints.

Print Studio Terms & Conditions

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Need to Know

  • What to bring
    Up to three photographic images that you want to use in your artwork. It is preferable if these are digitally amended and grey scaled. If you have any questions, please contact before the course starts. We will also have stock images that you can use.
  • What to wear

We'll provide aprons and gloves but recommend wearing old cloths as printmaking can be messy. Please note that open-toed footwear and sandals are not allowed in our Print Studio.


  • Food & drinks

A sealed water flask or drinking vessel is permitted but other food and drinks are not allowed in the studio.

Meet Your Tutor

Scott hudson teaching in DCA Print Studio

Scott Hudson

Scott Hudson is an Artist and Printmaker who practices in multiple printmaking mediums. He works as a Print Studio Coordinator at DCA as well as coordinating Dundee Print Collective, State of Print and Print Festival Scotland

In partnership with Freelands Foundation

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