Digital pattern design and printing
This theoretical-practical activity proposes an approach to pattern design.
This theoretical-practical activity proposes an approach to pattern design. The theoretical aspect of the workshop will study the techniques for creating graphic repeat patterns, and the possibilities offered by today’s digital tools. On the other hand, the practical development will have the objective of creating a personal design project and following its complete process, from the initial idea or sketch, to the rapport and precision of the design for its correct production. Each participant will work on creating a pattern, and will obtain their design digitally printed onto a metre-length piece of fabric.
Dates: Every Saturday from May 4 to June 22, 2019.
Times: All of the sessions will run from 10:00 to 14:00.
Who it is intended for: This activity is intended for all people interested in learning digital textile design and printing techniques and methods.
Requirements: The participants must have basic knowledge of at least one of the programs to be used as a work tool, Photoshop and/or Illustrator. The participants must also have a computer and at least one of the said programs.
Price: 190 euros. The price includes the materials and one metre of fabric printed with the design or project developed, which will be delivered at the end of the activity and has an approximate value of 45 euros per participant.
Registration: Registration will be open from the date on which the activity is published until April 26 (inclusive), or until all places are taken. There are 20 places which will be filled on a strict first come, first served basis. Those interested must complete the Museum’s online registration form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event of failing to meet the minimum number of participants, all of those who have registered will be informed of the activity cancellation and will receive a refund where appropriate.
A certificate of attendance will be issued at the end of the activity.
Tel.: 943 00 88 40
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