If You Know, You Riso


Feb 26th,

1:00pm — 4:00pm

Location: Dubinsky Printmaking Studio (In Person)

About The Workshop

This workshop gets into the fundamentals of Riso printing and is required for general access to the Riso. Learn the basics, including file prep, design considerations, and troubleshooting quirks. We will also discuss registration, paper options, and ink color choices. Bring your sketchbook!

Cross Disciplinary Connections

This workshop is for anyone interested in gaining access to the Risograph. Students in Studio Art and Communication Design, or anyone interested in making small books, zines, or posters will love this class.


Students will create 1(one) two-color 8.5x11" print and plenty of extras to show off and trade with your pals

Resources for Continued Investigation


Next Steps

Contact Amelia Jones: Instructional Technician, Dubinsky Print Lab ajones3@wustl.edu


  • Amelia Jones

    Amelia is the Instructional Technician for the Print and Book Studio. They are also adjunct faculty in Printmaking, Art History, and Design at STLCC and St. Charles Community College. Amelia is one-third of the curatorial team for the (currently nomadic) art gallery and experimental music venue, Flood Plain.

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