From September through December of 2010, TANA began conducting a new year of community silkscreen workshops. The Fall 2010 Workshop began with a mandatory introductory silkscreen demonstration which included instruction on how to create a silkscreen print and the relationship of TANA to the Chicana/o Arts Movement. Professor Emeritus of Chicana/o Studies at UC Davis conducted the silkscreen Demonstration on September 23rd, 2010 with an estimated 45 attendees from the Woodland community.

TANA Fall 2010 Silkscreen Workshop Flyer

Professor Emeritus & TANA Director Malaquias Montoya instructs on the process of developing a silkscreen print to TANA workshop participants

TANA Intern Roque Montez assists a TANA student in registering a stencil to a silkscreen frame with an exposed image

TANA Intern Rocky Rojas assists TANA student Eduardo Ramos in developing a silkscreen print