Cat Head Press

Printshop and Artist Cooperative

Intro to Screenprinting

Come join the monthly Intro to Screenprinting workshop taught by artist and CHP Director, Liz Wierzbicki. This workshop will teach you the basics of the screenprinting process and certify you to use the printshop during open hours. If you would like to print on t-shirts, please bring your own. Otherwise, all materials are provided. Just bring your ideas and get ready to print!

(we will break for lunch to fuel for printing, participants can bring a lunch or leave to grab a bite to eat) 

Fee: $125 (includes materials necessary to print on provided paper)

Saturday, January 26th 10-6pm

Saturday, February 23rd 10-6pm

Saturday, March 30th 10-6pm

To register for one of the workshops, go to the payments page. This workshop is offered every month. Only need to take once, unless you would like a refresher!

Private lessons

Do you want to learn a specific printmaking process? Do you have a specific project you are working on that you need assistance creating? Does the screen printing workshop not work in your schedule but you still want to learn how to screenprint and be certified to use the shop?  Then consider taking a private lesson with Director, Liz Wierzbicki.  Contact Liz at liz@catheadpress.com for details, questions and to schedule a lesson. 

Opening Reception: “Sub Prime” new work by erin k drew and kyle herrington

Friday, january 11th 7-10pm

Join us for the opening reception of an exhibition of new artwork by artists Erin K Drew and Kyle Herrington.

Sub Prime features work unified by collage techniques in multiple mediums, low brow iconography and a darkly humorous sensibility.

Erin K Drew is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and organizer. 
She gets a big kick out of forcing connections between images and forging connections between people. Projects include Putty: a live art talk show, Powertrip, Cartoon Research Lab and Difficult Women performance series.
She likes to “laff”

Kyle Herrington is an artist and curator living in Indianapolis, Indiana and currently serves as the Director of Exhibitions and Events at the Indianapolis Art Center. Through mixed media objects and paintings, Kyle’s current work explores marginalized notions of pop culture, queer camp, identity, and the LGBT landscape.