Live demonstrations at SPF Fort Lauderdale share the experience of some of our favorite, local master printers at work using classical, traditional and contemporary printing technologies and techniques.
SPF'17 schedule to be announced Summer 2017. If you are interested in hosting a demo, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steamroller Printing Demo
Ingrid Schindall of IS Projects leads this giant print demonstration with a construction grade steamrollers, pressing prints as large as 40 x 90 inches. Artists are invited to bring their own giant blocks, try out our large format relief workshop, or just come enjoy the spectacle. Sign up to print at www.spf-ftl/the-steamroller.
1-5pm: Steamrolling throughout the day
Join Portable Editions for an communal zine production line! Artists Juana Menses and Leila Leder Kremer of Portable Editions will be on hand with the Riso EZ 220, for a live Risograph printing and zine making demonstration. Come out and learn how the Riso, a stencil duplicator, works and participate in their collaborative zine. Edition of the zine, created and printed on site, will be available at the end of day.
Noon-3pm: Audience participation and collaboration
3-5pm: Printing and collating
5pm: Portable Edition SPF'16 Zine Launch
Screen Printing Demo
Join artist and professor Tennille Shuster and students from the NSU Art Department for live screen printing during SPF'16! They'll be printing off SPF tote bags for sale and running audience-sourced items on the press through out the day. Bring your own shirt/tote/bandana/whatever and we'll screen print it!
1-5pm: Screen printing tote bags and byo-items
Join studio handlers from IS Projects for ongoing demonstration of a vintage letterpress, pressing postcards and small items all day.
Noon-5pm: Letter pressing all day
SPF Fort Lauderdale will host hands-on activities for the community, families and kids at the creation stations set up inside the fair. Join us and create your own printed postcard, zine or doodle from SPF’16!
The stage at SPF Fort Lauderdale presents a series of short discussions, talks and readings from artists, authors, publishers, scholars and print-enablers to further facilitate a dialogue about print, book and zine culture in South Florida and beyond.
List of speakers and schedule coming soon.