When: Mon., Aug. 22, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 2016
Through Aug. 24. With Susan Newbold. he use of Pronto Plates is an easy, and non-toxic lithographic method of printing. One can print images directly onto these plates with a copier or laser printer as well as draw directly on them with pens and markers. Once they are created, they can be inked and printed like a conventional prepared plate and can be used for printing editions. Additionally one can Xerox photographs on to these plates. Students are asked to bring any drawings or photographs they would like to make into plates.