Pink, yellow, and black risograph prints

Riso Print Lab

instructor: Aida Lizalde

category: printmaking

for: Teens & Adults

price: $35 for Verge members, $45 for non-members

PAY AT THE DOOR (only 15 spots available per lab session)

A Risograph is a brand of digital duplicators manufactured in Japan in the 80’s. They have a 2nd life as high-volume, high-quality duplicators used for art and zine printing. Risograph printing is much like if screen printing and photocopiers were combined.

Verge Center for the Arts has a Risograph ME9450. Our available ink colors are Black, Medium Blue, Fluorescent Pink and Yellow. We have letter size uncoated vellum paper available in white, ivory and caramel brown.

In this drop-in session you are able to print your own projects with our risograph. This is not a class so no instruction will be provided but basic troubleshooting on the use of the machine will be done by our staff. There is a mandatory prerequisite of previously attending an intro to riso class at Verge. Register for the next intro class here.

For any questions email

Drop-in session includes:

30ct 2-color prints on letter size paper (8.3 x 11in) – or 15 four color

20ct 2-color prints on legal size paper (8.5 x 14in) – or 10 four color

15ct 2-color prints on tabloid size paper (11 x 17in) – or 7 four color

Additional colors and prints are priced at $2.00 each 2-color, $3.00 each 4-color

Dates and times:

September 6th, 4pm-7pm

October 4th, 5-7pm (Intro class from 2-5pm)

November 1st, 1-3pm

December 6th, 1-3pm