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Michel Caza The Quyen Cun

Michel Caza has been a high-tech screen printer since 1954 and has been deemed a Master Screen Printer. His last company, Graficaza (1983 to 2004) was dedicated to industrial screen printing, art, and P-O-S. Graficaza won 350 prizes between 1983 and 2004 in screen printing competitions. A specialist and pioneer in UV technologies since 1976 for screen printing and 1996 for digital printing, he was also the first to screen print four-color processes in 300 LPI (120/cm). He is one of the founders of FESPA (1962), was the president between 1996 and 2002, and spent 44 years on the board. He was a member of the Board of the American SGIA, (1990/2003) and the Chairman of the Academy of Screen Printing and Digital Technology (2004/2006) of which he has been a member since 1982. He was also President of the French Association, FESPA France, and is an honorary president. Caza received SGIA’s (now Printing United Alliance) highest honor, the Howard Parmele Award in 2010. He published a book The Chameleon of Contemporary Art, many technical CDs, and numerous articles in technical journals all over the world. He runs the Screen Printing and Fine Art Facebook group. He now works as an international consultant. The Quyen Cun is a screen printer, artist, and colorist; Michel Caza’s “First Circle Student;" and a member of FESPA France. He lives and works in Ninh Thuan, VietNam.