Peach Berserk's FAMOUS FULL-DAY Silkscreen Workshop!
YAY ! I have workshop dates listed again !! I limit each class to 8 people, and my space is HUGE, so tons of room for social distancing. And everyone gets their own print table to work on, in their own area.
Check out the dates listed, AND if you have your own group, of 3 or more participants, you can have your own private workshop with me, at no extra cost. Smaller groups , or one person workshops are available too.
And my workshops are great for kids, too - I am a teaching partner with the Toronto District School Board, for kids 6 and up, and kids love my classes.
#Ilovescreenprintteaching !! Let's get started !!
Please call me anytime for extra deets - 647 740 1141 or email me email@example.com
BIG NEWS ! We've moved to a fabulous, huge, gorgeous NEW location - 1694 Queen St West, at Roncesvalles. See you here <3
Peach Berserk Full Day Silkscreen Workshop ...
From 11am to 6pm and FREE studio time after 6pm for as long as you like ... ALL materials included !
All at my fabulous Screenprint Studio/Art Gallery Space at 1694 Queen St West, in the funky fun PERFECT Queen St West and Roncesvalles area of Toronto
'In one totally hands-on and information filled day learn EVERYTHING you need to know about screenprinting…AND do it all yourself.
Gift Certificates Available - the gift of learning, and an amazing art experience is always the best !
I founded my course in the 90's, and since then I have taught over 6000 people the art and technique of screen printing. I love the enthusiasm of my students, all the creativity and fun, and of course all the ink flying around at the end of the day! ' Kingi
This is a great course for anyone who wants to….
Set up your own print studio
Enhance their craft/sewing based business with screen printing
Is a teacher and wants to learn the process, so they can teach it!
Or just wants to experiment with a new art form and have a fun day
This class is great to do on your own, or with a friend or family member for a amazing thing to do together
Learn how to:
Design a print
Make a silkscreen
Expose your design onto your screen
Print t-shirts and repeating fabric
Where to buy and how to make all your own equipment and supplies
And even how to set up a cost-effective studio of YOUR own.
And way more. Do all of this in one SUPER busy, and SUPER fun day.
Ask us about private workshops for parties/showers/whatever!!
Includes unlimited use of :
art supplies computer and photo-coping
printing inks of all kinds
fabric to print on
everything to make 2 screens and a t-shirt suitable for all ages and all experience levels.
Choose YOUR date*, and sign up! None of the dates work for you? Contact me and we will set up a date that does !! Call 647 740 1141 or firstname.lastname@example.org
* if you find that you can't make the date that you signed up for, you can always switch into another class
Here are 2 recent - July 2019 messages I got from a full day workshop participants - People LOVE my workshop - and YOU will too <3
"Just loved this screen printing workshop! Kingi is so generous with her in-depth knowledge of screen printing. Her method of screen printing has been perfected over many years and it shows...she has lots of tricks she shares and she breaks down the process so it’s easy and you can get amazing results screen printing at home with minimal investment Was a great day at her funky art studio and an honour to learn from the screen printing Queen herself...always loved her designs from the iconic Peach Berserk store on Queen West and am so excited to create some of my own cool designs using the methods she taught. "
"We had such a great time learning screen printing from Kingi! She is incredibly knowledgeable and really demystified the process, it was so easy to learn and experiment under her supervision! We now feel confident creating screens from scratch and printing our designs all on our own. Also she shares great tips that makes the whole process inexpensive for those just starting out! Highly recommend!
To top if off, the space at Peach Berserk is so beautiful! Covered in eclectic art and furniture - it makes a great space for events and photoshoots."Thanks again!! We had a blast!" Marco.
My latest message... from my Sept 15th 2019 workshop ....
I didn't get a chance to say goodbye yesterday, but I wanted you to know that I had an amazing time. I'm still feeling that learning new skills buzz.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and your space; you're truly an asset to the community and an inspiration. Hopefully, I'll be reaching out to book some studio time soon.
It is with great enthusiasm that I write this letter of support on behalf of Kingi Carpenter (Artist, Founder and Designer of Peach Berserk) for a teaching position.
I have personally known Kingi for approximately 6 years.
I also have known Ms Carpenter professionally by reputation as a silk screen artist, and teacher, for over 10 years with my work as a social worker with Toronto not for profit agencies- such as Toronto District School Board, Margaret's Drop In, Sheena’s Place and Toronto Boys and Girls Club.Kingi is not only an artist and a teacher, she is also an author, community activist and founder of a community economic fashion arts business (Peach Berserk) which has been a staple in the Toronto community art district for over 2 decades.
As a resident of Peel, and attendee of VAM’s classes, I feel Kingi Carpenter would be an asset to Visual Arts Mississauga.Ms. Carpenter takes her role as an educator of fashion design, and silk screening, with sincerity in order to inspire her students’ growth in self-awareness, and imagination, using the creative arts.As Kingi grew Peach Beserk’s fashion business into teaching silkscreen workshops, and sustainable fashion, she combined elements of storytelling, drama, visual art, and mindfulness, into her classes to provide her students the tools to develop their strengths and full potential as artisans in a fun environment.
Ms. Carpenter’s methodology in facilitating her silkscreening workshops focuses on empowering the students with skills, and knowledge, to create their own affordable silkscreen studio at home with materials and supplies found at a local hardware store - rather than spending large amounts of money on manufactured silkscreen devices.Kingi’s philosophy in teaching silkscreen and fashion arts, is that everyone is an artist and should be recognized, and valued, for their unique talents.The students of Kingi’s silkscreening, or fashion upcycling, program leave the class with more confidence in themselves and their relationship to others and the world.As a member of the South Asian community in Peel, I feel local silk screening classes would gather a great deal of interest since handmade silk screens and prints are integral to South Asian art and fashion.
During COVID-19, and with the closure of in person programming, Ms. Carpenter pivoted the work of Peach Berserk fashion and classes to providing hand printed face masks with recycled fabric.Using her platform, and influence, as a Toronto fashion designer and successful businesswoman Kingi also donated face masks to essential health and social service workers in Toronto’s not for profit community. For most smallbusinesses, during COVID-19 isolation, it would have been easier to stop classes programming, and only offer online sales.Ms. Carpenter instead modified her business, and classes, to include upcycled jewelry, hand printed masks and undergarments, customizing sustainable fashion, zoom silk screen workshops, and creating silk screen kits for customers to purchase.
Kingi encourages the training, and mentoring, of future fashion designers and business entrepreneurs by providing educational placements positions at Peach Berserk.With her experience as an activist, Ms. Carpenter teaches community workers (such as myself) how to make political and social justice art using silk screening and fashion arts.Her recent project is on female reproductive health, titled GROOVYUTERUS.As a teacher, andcommunity activist, Kingi creates many learning opportunities for her students to use the transformational power of art, and business, to develop and contribute to the community.
Teaching the strength in diversity and creative art techniques, Ms. Carpenter creates a space for inclusive and experiential learning for individuals of all abilities.Students of Kingi's classes value the teachings she provides as they are recognized as citizens who make significant social contributions that matter to them and their communities.
Ms. Carpenter’s dedication to her students and community makes her an effective art instructor and facilitator.However, ultimately it is Kingi’s vision and passion for the arts to create an inclusive and transformational space that recognizes differences between humans as a mutual benefit to all. That makes her an outstanding educator – and a privilege to work with.
These are pretty great, right ??? Come in and join the fun, and learn TONS !!
Any questions? just email or call me-- Kingi 647 740 1141 Hope to hear from you soon!!! email@example.com