Stencil Screenprinting on T-shirts with the Newark Print Shop & My Newark Story

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
10:00am – 12:00 pm
Main Library, Former James Brown African American Room, First Floor
5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

Learn about stencil screenprinting from professional artists! Children will create individual paper stencils that will be used on silkscreens to print onto T-shirts.

LIMITED to 15 children. The class is now FULL. No additional reservations are being taken.

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My Newark Story is a literacy program, designed to connect children and families with historic materials from the Library and to engage them in reading and writing activities. Families and members of the community are encouraged to document and share their stories and experiences, and to learn about them together. Digitized historic collections related to the Great Migration and Latino migration from the Newark Public Library’s collections, including photographs, newspapers, and manuscripts will be available in its digital archive, accessible through mynewarkstory.npl.org. My Newark Story family literacy activities and digitization projects are funded by a generous grant received from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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