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Glasgow's only open access textile printing studio. 

 
 
 
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New Studio.

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Print Clan has moved to a fab central location on High Street in Glasgow and we are currently working in collaboration with interdisciplinary artist Fraser Taylor to bring you a fully equipped textile printing studio complete with 10 metre textile printing table.

In addition to our original studio services, we are now able to offer Exclusive Studio Hire for large scale projects. For more info click head to the link below.

 

Empowerment & Enablement.

Our mission is to build a unique textiles community in Glasgow by empowering everyone to learn the traditional technique of screen printing. To enable participants to learn new skills, develop personal and creative confidence, improve their sense of well being and make connections with others. We welcome everyone from Beginner's to Master Printers. We are here to accommodate social, design and fine art based projects.

 
Print Clan Print Table Hire Textile Printing

Services We Offer

We offer all day print table hire at our studio in the city centre if you would like to print your own fabric for fashion, interiors or accessories.

 
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Workshops & Events

We run screen printing workshops and one day events featuring taster sessions in different locations across Glasgow. 

 
Print Clan Live Screen Printing at Glasgow Film Festival
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Outreach Programme

Our Outreach Programme started back in August this year. Click here for a peek at some of activities we’ve been running across Glasgow.

Live Screen Printing

Are you running an event? Would your visitors like to have the opportunity to print their own merchandise as part of it? Then why not book us to come along to run a live screen printing activity…? Click here to check out some examples of events we have been involved in.


What is Screen Printing?

Screen printing is a printing technique which uses a mesh to transfer ink to a flat surface (either paper or textile), except in areas made resistant to the ink by a stencil. A squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the mesh with ink and make contact with the surface below to make a print. Sounds complicated right? It’s not, and that’s what we aim to show everyone!

 

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