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 10 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, 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:

February 7th, 2020

March 6th, 2020