wu tang clan silkscreening toronto

Toronto to host Wu-Tang themed silkscreening class

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothin' to fuck with. Perhaps you'd like to pick up a handy new skill, while showing your allegiance to your favourite seminal hip-hop artist (are you more of a RZA or a GZA person)? Enter artist Azza El Siddique, who's about to blend the two with an upcoming workshop at the Harbourfront Centre.

The Wu-Tang Silkscreen Printing Workshop, set for March 28, will introduce novices to the finer points of screening their own T-shirts by working with screenable images of nine of the clan's original members. For half an hour of your time and $60 you can walk away with a new T-shirt and a whole bunch of screening know-how, or do three T-shirts in an hour for $60. Click here to learn how to sign up.


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