During the drawing workshop with Serebe and print with Octav Avramescu (aka. Screen printing workshop next to the Jumătatea plină Bookstore), held as part of the Un-hidden Romania program at Lente Lupu, participants learned basic notions about street art and screen printing.
On 14 May, at Lente, at 78 Dionisie Lupu Street, Serebe and Octav talked about street art and screen printing in an informal workshop. In the first part of the workshop, participants were invited to create their own works or start from the sketches made by Serebe.
In the second part of the workshop, Octav Avramescu exposed the images they created on the same screen and helped the participants to print the drawings on paper, which, folded and cut, became an interesting micro-fanzine.
Photos by Petre Ghiocel for Un-hidden Romania
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