Architectural Silkscreen Printing with Morgan Melenka

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Architectural Silkscreen Printing with Morgan Melenka

Join us at the gallery in creating imagined architectural prints on paper with Project Space artist, Morgan Melenka.

By Esker Foundation

When and where

Date and time

Sat, Jun 17, 2023 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM MDT


Esker Foundation 1011, 9th Ave SE Calgary, AB T2G 0H7 Canada

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    In this hands-on workshop participants will design their own imagined buildings using ornamental elements modelled on those found in artist Morgan Melenka’s Project Space installation, A provisional vista, and will learn how to screen print their creation on paper.

    A provisional vista offers a collage of forms that reference architectural and decorative elements commonly found in our contemporary built environment, such as bollards, awnings, wind-resistant mesh banners, and ornamental architectural facades. Using sculpture and printmaking, Morgan Melenka reproduces, modifies and misuses the familiar forms and materials of physical structures to engage with the world of architecture.

    No experience required, all skill levels welcome. Workshop is for participants 16+. Registration is essential, space is limited.


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About the organizer

Organized by
Esker Foundation

Esker Foundation is a contemporary art gallery located in Calgary, Canada.
As a leader in the Calgary arts community Esker connects audiences to contemporary art through relevant and accessible exhibitions, programs, and publications. 

Admission and Programs are FREE.
The gallery is barrier-free.

Esker Foundation programs three exhibition changes per year for the fallwinter, and spring/summer seasons. Find out more at