GET A GRIP Screenprinting



For anyone interested in screenprinting and DIY production we are bringing you a screenprinting workshop in collaboration with GET A GRIP. You can design and print your very own Supersonic T-shirt to keep, a perfect festival memento.

GET A GRIP is an independent screenprinting business and shop located poolside at The Custard Factory in Birmingham. All the screenprinting equipment for printing T-shirts is set-up in the shop and our workshops are a laid back, fun introduction to printing, whether youʼre a beginner or not.
Using elements created by an independent illustrator, the aim of the workshop is to get you printing the multiple coloured images wherever you choose over a T-shirt. For £25 you will be given a white organic cotton T-shirt (we canʼt offer any other colours weʼre afraid, as this will then limit the ink colours which can be used in the workshop), which come in ladies or menʼs sizes small – XXL, and all the equipment, materials and expertise youʼll need!

Spaces are very limited for this workshop, so sign up quickly by emailing [email protected] with the subject SCREENPRINT.



Imperfect Cinema



Plymouth DIY Punk Cinema collective Imperfect Cinema will be inviting attendees at Supersonic Festival 2011 to contribute to an alternative documentation of the festival using endangered media technologies!


Participants will receive a workshop, both practical and theoretical, introducing them to Super-8 cinema and lo-fi modes of recording. Participants will then obtain their own recordings of the festival, documenting their experience of the event. Recordings will then be processed and edited to form a screening and performance of the work created.


The workshop will take place on Saturday 22nd October with exhibition of work taking place on Sunday 23rd October. This workshop is free to weekend ticket holders, but spaces are limited. Please email [email protected] to book a place on this workshop.


Imperfect Cinema  provides avenues for participatory activity and aims to socialise a free, democratic short-form cinema by valorising do-it-yourself ethics.





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