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Printopolis equal parts education and celebration

When editors Jenn Law and Tara Cooper (above) and designer Edward Guinasao picked up the printer’s proof of Printopolis, Cooper turned to her collaborators and declared, “We did it! And we’re all still friends!” Cooper and Law laugh about it now but the journey from initial meetings to the book launch on November 25 was […]

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Photo Emulsion: Taking the Plunge

Written by Chris Jones In week three, screenprinting class got really interesting. It was at this point that instructor Meggan Winsley introduced us to photo emulsion and exposure, which allowed us to capture photographic quality images without drawing or tracing. The process is complicated and the equipment is costly, which is another reason Open Studio […]

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My First Printmaking Class

Written by Chris Jones On Monday I joined five other print novices for our first ever Open Studio class. Fortunately, we dove into the shallow end with a 3-hour look at monoprinting with friendly, knowledgeable instructor Loree Ovens. The class was fun and fulfilling and inspired us all to consider exploring a little further. I, […]