From January through March of 2011, TANA began conducting a new year of community silkscreen workshops. This Winter 2011 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 Malaquias Montoya of Chicana/o Studies at UC Davis conducted the silkscreen Demonstration on January 20th, 2011,  with an estimated 65 attendees from the Woodland community.

The TANA Winter Workshop schedule consisted of sessions held four days a week: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays from 3-6pm and Saturdays from 11-4pm. TANA is open 5 days a week from Thursday through Saturday from 12-6 pm (Tuesday-Friday) and Saturday from 11-4pm.

TANA Concluded the Winter 2011 Silkscreen Workshop session with an Open House on Saturday March 19th from 2-4pm. Approximately 20 youth and community workshop participants brought family and friends to share the artwork they created during the Winter workshop.

TANA Winter 2011 Silkscreen Workshop Flyer

Winter 2010 Silkscreen Demonstration & TANA Introductory Session: Professor & TANA Director, Malaquias Montoya provides a silkscreen demonstration for 65 workshop attendees

Winter 2011 at TANA: Student developing stencils for a silkscreen print

Winter 2011 at TANA: Student developing stencils using rubylith film

Winter 2011 Workshop: TANA Intern Gilda Posada shares a moment with students at the light table

A Saturday at TANA during the Winter 2011 Workshop Session