Experimental Screen-Printing Workshop with Benjamin Lee Sperry

Experimental Screen-Printing Workshop

Instructed by Benjamin Lee Sperry

In this intergenerational workshop, participants will have the opportunity to experiment with non-traditional methods of screen-printing to create a work of art. Artist Benjamin Lee Sperry, whose work is featured in Shifting Forms: 5 Decades of Abstraction, will be leading the group and discussing his techniques of utilizing hand-stretched screens and household objects to achieve incidental, abstract marks.


This workshop is designed for ages 15 and up.

This workshop is currently sold out. Please visit our Classes page for more educational offerings. 


About the instructor:

Benjamin Lee Sperry is an interdisciplinary artist whose work incorporates painting, printmaking and photography as well as aspects of installation and bookmaking. He was born in 1986 in central Pennsylvania, and received his BFA in Visual and Critical Studies from the School of Visual Arts in New York and his MFA in Painting and Printmaking from University of Delaware. He currently teaches at Lincoln University and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

Visit the Benjamin Lee Sperry’s website here.



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Class Details

Class Hours:

Saturday, December 2, 2023

1:00 – 3:00 pm


Class fee:

Non-member price is $20

Member price is $18

Benjamin Lee Sperry, Open Screen (Dance Machine), 2022, acrylic on commercial fabric