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Daily Event Photographic Silkscreen Demonstration

An artist educator holds up a screen and a squeegee to explain the print making process in the Andy Warhol Museum lobby.

Each day at 2 p.m., the museum’s artist educators demonstrate Warhol’s silkscreen printing process from beginning to end. Visitors learn how Warhol used this technique to create some of his most famous works of art. This 30-minute demonstration provides time for visitors to ask questions and engage in a group discussion about the impact silkscreen printing had on art in the 1960s. Meet in the 6th floor galleries for this interactive experience.

Please note that due to potential conflicts, this schedule is subject to change. Find the latest demonstration schedule at the admission desk on the museum's first floor.