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'Create your own digital silkscreen print, just like Andy Warhol would have with the Warhol: D.I.Y. POP app from The Andy Warhol Museum.Learn the Warhol silkscreen process step by step: Take a photo. Crop. Expose. Underpaint. Share. And print a virtual silkscreen. Each step offers detailed information from Museum curators.While...
'Create your own digital silkscreen print, just like Andy Warhol would have with the Warhol: D.I.Y. POP app from The Andy Warhol Museum.
Learn the Warhol silkscreen process step by step: Take a photo. Crop. Expose. Underpaint. Share. And print a virtual silkscreen. Each step offers detailed information from Museum curators.
While you’re at it, meet staff from The Warhol who demonstrate silkscreen printing and give you inside information on the artist and his work.
Learn more about The Warhol and connect with us all over the web.'
Being a native Pennsylvanian who did my student teaching on the north side of Pittsburgh, I have been to The Warhol Museum. It is worth a visit. This app comes from the The Warhol Museum and Carnegie Mellon University--a very good combination. The app runs on both iPads and iPhones which makes it quite usable with secondary and college students. I share it with all the my secondary art education student teachers in their required pedagogy course with me.