Risograph Basics

A print with a pink orange and yellow geometric design sits in a risograph tray
RSVP
Thu, Jun 06
5:30–7:30 pm

The Union for Contemporary Art

2423 North 24th Street

Omaha, NE 68110

In this workshop participants will learn the ropes of turning an image of their choice into a one or two color Riso Print. E-mail an image ahead of time (to Dan@u-ca.org), bring one in, or make a quick in-person drawing. Then learn how to take that image, digitize it and send it to print on our Riso machine! Each participant will get approximately 30 minutes to make a print edition of their image.

What is Riso Printing? Known for vibrant colors and a signature texture, a Risograph (or Riso) machine is a digital, stencil duplicator. Kind of like a mix between the screen printing process and a photocopier, the convenient electronic device both creates stencils and outputs spot-color prints.It's the best of both digital and traditional printing techniques! Automated process with a hand-made feel!

$35 Workshop fee

Instructor: Dan Crane

Participants must be 18 and older.

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