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Riso Power: A Socially Engaged Introduction to Risograph Printing with Mary Tremonte
August 21 - August 25| $350 – $1200
Riso Power: A Socially Engaged Introduction to Risograph Printing – Mary Tremonte
Dates: August 21 – 25, 2023
Tuition: Sliding Scale, $350-$1200
Lab fee: $75
Class limit: 10
This class is currently full. If you’d like to be added to our waitlist please email [email protected] or call 845-658-9133.
What is riso? How can we use this tool to agitate, educate, and organize? Learn all about the risograph and how you can harness this stencil duplicator’s power for artist publications, posters, prints, and more. Through this one week intensive workshop, we will explore materials and techniques for translating analog artwork into artist multiples. We will go over basics of creating artwork for printing on the riso, including CMYK and spot color separation. The workshop will culminate in a print portfolio, so that each participant will receive a print from each of the other participants, on a theme that we collectively determine on the first day of class. Participants will have the opportunity to maximize the potential of the risograph, limited only by your ideas and the time we have together. Let’s break in WSW’s new risograph, Lt. Uhura with exuberance!
In order to reserve your space in the class, we require a deposit. From the drop down menu below, please select your desired tuition level. Registration is on a first-come first-served basis, and you can read about our refund and cancellation policies here.
Mary Tremonte is an artist, educator, and DJ based in Pittsburgh. She is a member of Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, a decentralized group of 29 social movement printmakers, and has exhibited, presented lectures and workshops, and performed throughout the USA and internationally. She holds an interdisciplinary MFA from OCAD University (2014) and a BHA from Carnegie Mellon University (2000). Formerly youth programs coordinator at The Andy Warhol Museum, she values art education as a means of youth empowerment and social change. Through her work she aims to create temporary utopias and sustainable commons through pedagogy, collaboration, visual pleasure and serious fun.