Inspired by Lichtensteins use of “ben-day dots” RZA User Jefferson experimented with the “screen covered” option which creates a dot matrix comic book effect. We also printed some other duotone images before the RZA moves to a new home! Did you know you can print a 16 page zine using just one sheet of A3 paper!jo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
Enrol in our 1 day volunteer training day and get qualified to be an open print volunteer – you’ll be the one helping others in the community use the machine on an open print studio day.
The course is at The Oxford St Design Store (58 Oxford St) from 12-5pm on Sunday 17 March and it’s FREE! But we ask you commit to volunteering for at least 3 open print sessions over the next 6 months.
You’ll learn how to troubleshoot printing, how the administrative and financial side of the collective works (it’s easy, we promise!) and the house rules of the space we’re in. Once you’ve done the course you’ll be rostered on to Saturday open print studio shifts, and can use the machine before and after the sessions for your own printing (at cost price).
After you’ve volunteered for three open print studios we’d love you to keep volunteering, and also think about taking on paid roles running workshops in the space – all our paid workshops include a teaching fee for collective members who teach the courses.
Email us at email@example.com if you want to book or have any questions. No prior stencil printing experience necessary.
We’re having a working bee to clear out our old space. There’ll also be snacking and discussions about future projects. If you’re interested in helping please join us from 12pm this Sunday at 9 Edith Street, St Peters.jo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
Join illustrator and publisher of zines such as ‘The Time You Were In Paris’ and ‘Pubs of the Inner West’ Leigh Rigozzi for a 2-week stencil printing course at the Oxford St Design Store.
Participants will learn to use our RISO RP3700 like a photocopier, print digital files from it and develop their own printing projects.
When: 12-4pm Saturday March 9 and 12-4pm Saturday March 16
Where: 58 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst 2010
Cost: $110 per person
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Our next workshop is a 2-week course at the Oxford St Design Store (58 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst). We’ll be teaching how to print multicolour zines, posters, cards etc. The workshop hours will be 12-4pm on Saturday 19th January and Saturday 26th January and will cost $110 per person. Please email us for bookings or for further information.
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The Rizzeria features in this Sydney Morning Herald article about artist-run presses.
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great poster printing, 2 colour on cheap cheap paper found at reverse garbage. the 2 colours and limited time in the open print workshop meant they all got laid out to dry. hundreds of hot pink uraniums filled up the oxford design store!jo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
Check out Margie Borschke’s interview for dHub at the Powerhouse Museum.
You can find a link to it here - http://www.facebook.com/rizzeria/posts/270185996434438?ref=notif¬if_t=walljo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments » jo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
We still have spaces available in our open print session for October 27. Book in and print with the assistance of a volunteer.jo_carly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
The Rizzeria’s next stencil press workshop will take place 12-4pm Saturday 10 November and 12-4pm Saturday 17 November at the Oxford St Design Store, 58 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
During the first session we’ll concentrate on teaching you how to print from the glass – like a photocopier. Please bring a hard-copy image, perhaps one that can be broken up into different colours with the use of tracing paper. In the second session we’ll introduce printing from the computer and colour separation with the use of Photoshop so it would be great if you could bring a digital file (a jpeg is fine) for that. The machine prints from quite small (envelope-size) to A3.
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From now on we’ll be running our open print sessions (book online and print with the assistance of a volunteer) about once a month. Our next session is Saturday 15 September.