On January 30th, 2010, TANA hosted its first Silkscreen Printing Demonstration to community residents and youth. The silkscreen printing demonstration is an introductory session where an introduction to TANA is provided along with a session teaching the process of how to create a multi-colored silkscreen print or poster. This introductory session usually takes place over a 2-3 hour period. Community residents and youth who are interested in participating in TANA’s quarterly silkscreen workshops must attend the silkscreen printing demonstration which. Quarterly sessions last 10 weeks and introductory demonstrations are offered at the beginning of each 10 week session, usually in January, April, September. Photos of the Winter 2010 Silkscreen Printing Demonstration are below:

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: Workshop Introduction

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: TANA Director Carlos Jackson describes the process of registering stencils

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: TANA Director Carlos Jackson exposes a silkscreen in the dark room

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: TANA Intern Gilda Posada demonstrates the process of washing out a stencil

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: Printing the second color of a three color print

TANA Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration: Printing the last color of a three color print