Join AIGA Wichita February 29th at Studio School from 11 AM - 1 PM for Runnin’ Riso, a Risograph print demo lead by local designer Roger Strunk. We’ll discuss the history, functionality and surge of new work being produced by the Risograph. Then we’ll do a demonstration by printing a collection of artwork from local designers, giving you a firsthand glimpse of the whole process and leaving you with a few prints to take home.
Tickets are very limited for this special event so don't miss your opportunity!
Students - $15
Members - $20
Non-Members - $30
What is a Risograph?
A Risograph, commonly referred to as a Riso, is a print duplicator. It utilizes the stencil process to print an image one color at a time, and is best suited for long runs. Value-based artwork is scanned by the Riso, then burnt onto a sheet of film, creating a master stencil. This stencil, similar to screen printing, is wrapped around a single-color ink drum. Paper is fed through the Riso, passing under the rolling drum, and exiting the opposite side with a single-color printed image. To print multiple colors, you simply change out the ink drum, burn a new master stencil, reload the paper feed and let ‘em rip!
Event is pre-registration only
No refunds. Tickets can be transferred if you are not able to attend.
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