Saturday, May 4, 11 & 18 @ 1-4 p.m.
Cost: $100 ($80 for M members)
This is a three-part class.

Experiment and learn the basics of screenprinting. Create your own prints with found images, collage, and hand-cut rubylith.

Scholarships are available on request for half and full tuition on a first come, first served basis. Classes are free at the M for Native community members. Contact or call (651) 797-2571 for more information.

Teaching artist Witt Siasoco has been actively engaged at the intersection of the arts and civic process for over 20 years. Siasoco was selected by the City of Minneapolis as a Creative Citymaking artist, a year-long collaboration between artists and city planners. Siasoco also received a Minnesota State Arts Board Grant for the Richfield Artist Residency Engagement, a year-long residency designed to use art as an invitation to residents to participate in planning Richfield’s future. Recently, Siasoco’s public art project This Home is Not for Sale was an Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Award recipient, highlighting compelling national public art projects.