From 10 November — 4 December 2016, Risograph print and design specialists Risotto Studio will take over Glasgow’s creative studio complex Southblock to launch Riso Room in partnership with G. F Smith and Paperback. The event will span workshops, an international Riso group show, events and a shop.
Among a string of well known names from the Risographic world displaying their work will be O.OO Risograph & Design (Taiwan), Bananafish Books (China), Carlín Díaz – (Venezuela), Dominic Kesterton (UK), Hato Press (UK), Léa Maupetit (France), Paper Tiger (France), Riso Presto (France), Sigrid Calon (Netherlands), and Tan & Loose Press (Chicago). Workshops will include Riso training, gift sessions and poster club.
Riso Room will take place 10th November – 4th December at 50-68 Osborne St, G1 5QH. Discover more information here.
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