Within the framework of PUA’s student activities programs, the Faculty of Arts and Design organized a workshop entitled “The Effect of Lino Printing on Fabrics”. The workshop began with an introduction to relief printing (Lino), which is one of the oldest types of printing. Lino Printing relies on inking letters or raised shapes made of metal and nylon, then press it onto the surface.


This method was known as one of its modern forms, and it continued as an essential process in printing for five consecutive centuries. In addition, Lino Printing is one of the most important ways that require imagination and creativity in making executable graphics. This would in return help the student to benefit from it in practical and professional life. Thus, linking the study and the labor market at the same time.