Ann Arbor District Library Weekly Letterpress Lab

. October 31, 2018.

Each Wednesday, AADL experts introduce the process, materials, machines, and the satisfaction of printing by hand on cylinder and small platen presses. Lab instructors teach the basics while special guests relate more advanced printing techniques. All supplies provided. Return every Wednesday to work on multi-week projects. This program involves direct handling of lead-based type and is therefore not suitable for small children. Free.

Wednesday, November 7 | 6-8:30pm

343 S 5th Ave | aadl.org/events-feed/119639

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