Dreams On Screens

The Graphic and Interactive Design graduate students at Tyler School of Art are collaborating with the seventh grade class at St. James School to put on a silkscreen poster exhibition. The students will learn about design, the creation process, and exhibiting artwork.

The Tyler grad mentors will be working closely with groups of students to create posters with themes that directly relate to the St. James pledge. These themes include knowledge, positive change, and imagining the future. This project will give the students the opportunity to not only conceptualize ideas, but engage directly in the screen printing process.

A Community Art Project by:
The Seventh Grade Class of St. James School
Tyler School of Art Graphic and Interactive Design MFA Students

St. James School

Exhibition Dates
May 5th–9th, 2014
Reception on Friday, May 9th from 5-7pm
Project Ongoing: January–May 2014, Philadelphia, PA

Kelly Holohan (215.777.9145)

Press Kit
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By aigaphiladelphia
Published April 23, 2014
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