About the Workshop:
Learn how to turn full color images into four color riso prints!
In this workshop we will explore the history of four color printing and use of halftones in printmaking. We will walk through the process of setting up a full color image to print on the riso as a four color CMYK process print. The process of setting up these kinds of files can be confusing and frustrating, but we will have fun learning the how and why of four color printing. In the end you’ll walk away with a gorgeous print edition, and a step by step guide to reference for future four color prints. We will be making an edition of four color prints, using the combination of fluorescent pink, aqua, yellow and black.
Supplies for the Workshop:
Attendees need to bring a computer that has adobe photoshop installed with them to the workshop. Participants will also need to bring 3-5 full color images, of which one will be selected to print on 8.5x11 inch paper.
Participants must have taken the Risograph Basics Workshop at Outlet to qualify for this workshop. If you have a special circumstance and would like to be considered for this advanced workshop please contact our studio manager Leland at email@example.com
Workshop Fee & Ticketing:
Workshop fee is $40. We’re able to keep the cost of this workshop low because participants will be responsible for purchasing the prints made at the end (10 prints for 20$ / 15 prints for 26$ / 20 prints for 28$)
To inquire about signing up for this workshop email the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Instructor:
Colin is a recent grad from Portland State’s Graphic Design program, he is a graphic designer, printmaker, as well as a riso tech at Outlet.