In the Print Textiles Workshop there are facilities to coat, expose and subsequently re-claim screens of various sizes and mesh counts.

Student at work in the Print Textiles Workshop

You’ll get the opportunity to print with a variety of dyes and pigments, dictated by the fabric and end purpose of the print which can then be steamed on-site to fix the dyes and washed on site to remove excess dyes and alginates.

You can also use our digital printers such as our large format Mimaki TX2 which uses reactive dyes and digital prints can be fixed and washed on-site.

Equipment and facilities

  • large format Mimaki TX2 digital printers



Room 338
Level 3
Crawford Building
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
Perth Road
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Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design