Helen Popinchalk is a full-time artist and adjunct professor of screen printing and printmaking. She earned her B.A. in Studio Art and Arts Administration from Simmons College in Boston and her M.F.A. in Printmaking from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.
Her work as been widely exhibited in Boston and beyond, including the Boston Center for the Arts, Thomas Young Gallery and the South Shore Arts Center. She is a Research Associate for Art Collaborations Worldwide, assisting an independent curator with art acquisitions, research, creating public art collections and exhibitions.
Popinchalk is also a founding member of Trifecta Editions, a print collective that produces affordable, innovative, limited edition screen prints and art objects, online at trifectaeditions.com.
ART 117 Printmaking
Presents a variety of printmaking processes including wood block, drypoint etching, stenciling, embossing and monotypes. These techniques are used to explore the transformation of drawings, designs and ideas into prints.
ART 215 Screen Printing
Teaches various methods of screen printing, including paper and photo emulsion stencils, direct application of screen painting fluid, as well as screen preparation and reclamation. Students learn the operation of an exposure unit, various registration techniques, and good studio practice.