Join Creative Philadelphia and The Print Center for an Open Air Screenprinting Workshop with Philadelphia printmaker, Ashley Limés. Ashley will be demonstrating the screenprinting process for all who attend by printing an original design, created especially for The Print Center’s 100th Anniversary. Attendees can take home a piece of original artwork. Free and open to the public. The Open Air Screenprinting Workshop is presented in conjunction with More Than One: Print Publications from The Print Center, and A Print in Time, exhibitions on view at City Hall October 16 – December 11, 2015 as part of The Print Center 100.
Ashley Limés was born in New Jersey and raised in Miami, FL by Cuban parents. She holds a BFA in Printmaking and Art History from Temple University and has nurtured her printmaking skills with organizations such as, The Print Center, Second State Press, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, The Women’s Studio Workshop, Space 1026, and her current position as a Textile Printer at Galbraith & Paul. Implementing the mediums of drawing and printmaking, her artistic practice focuses on the language of architecture and geology in order to create environments which promote a connection with ourselves and the external world. www.ailimes.com