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Person using the GoccoPro machine to transfer and image onto screen printing mesh

GoccoPro Screen Printing

Duration: Three-week evening class
Dates: Thu 2 May 18:00 - Thu 16 May 2024 20:30
Location: Print Studio

Try your hands at our new GoccoPro digital screen maker. 

This is the new generation of equipment from the Riso company. Using similar technology to the Riso and MiScreen machines which perforates images onto a printing stencils, the GoccoPro radically reduces the need for photo emulsions, tape, separations, water and energy used in traditional screen making process. The GoccoPro will also automatically apply fine halftones to photographic images. 

This course is designed for individuals with previous knowledge of screen printing. You'll learn how to use the GoccoPro equipment to transfer an image onto mesh and then use that to create a screenprint.

Very good workshop. Fantastic to have access to new technology. Katie was brilliant – friendly and very knowledgeable.



Print Studio Terms & Conditions

Please ensure you've read the Print Studio Terms & Conditions before you book.
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Need to know

  • What to bring

Up to three photographic images. It is preferable for these to be digitally amended and grey scaled. You can also bring hand drawn images that can be scanned or we will have a selection of stock images that you can use.

  • What to wear

We'll provide aprons and gloves but recommend wearing old cloths as printmaking can be messy. Please note that open-toed footwear and sandals are not allowed in our Print Studio.


  • Food & drinks

A sealed water flask or drinking vessel is permitted but other food and drinks are not allowed in the studio.

Meet your tutor

Photo of Katie Ravenscraig loading a riso ink drum into the Riso machine in DCA Print Studio

Katie Ravenscraig

Katie Ravenscraig is an artist and printmaker specialising in screen printing, risograph printing, digital techniques and zine making. She leads design workshops for all ages, and runs Riso Soup, a collective focused on risograph projects.

In partnership with Freelands Foundation

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