The Print Lab currently functions as the headquarters for our press, Co-Conspirator Press. It houses our risograph printer which is what we use to print all of our publications, as well as other internal FCCW materials.
Due to the demands of the press, the Print Lab is currently not taking requests for outside print jobs. Additionally, the risograph printer is not available for members to use.
If you’re interested in getting something riso printed, we highly recommend Tiny Splendor!
If you have any questions about the Print Lab, please email email@example.com.
In addition to printing Co-Co Press publications, the Print Lab also has multiple long-armed staplers, paper cutters, and other tools that are available to workspace members! The laser printer is also open for members to use, and workspace members get 40 free copies (black & white) per day.
The WCCW will still be hosting occasional risograph workshops, so keep your eyes peeled for when those are announced!
Our Risograph Printer is overseen by WCCW’s resident Print Lab technician and educator, Noelle Dillman. Noelle teaches a bi-monthly Intro to Risograph Printing Class and is also available for private Riso lessons at a rate of $30 per hour. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any Riso questions!
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Print Lab Educator & Technician
Noelle is a designer, printmaker, and educator who lives in Los Feliz, by way of Boston, MA and Portland, OR. She got her education in Intermedia studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art, and her practice involves many mediums including new media installation and sound technology. She has worked with various public arts organizations, including the Independent Publishing Resource Center (Portland, OR), to advocate for accessibility in art and design, as well as teaching people of all ages. She has also worked as a curator and a printmaking studio supervisor.