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Directory of North American Print Workshops

 
Welcome to the Directory of North American Print Workshops compiled by IPCNY to provide a comprehensive listing of printshops across the United States. Listings, which may be viewed alphabetically or by state, offer basic information such as whether a workshop does publishing, contract printing, offers cooperative opportunities for artists or offers classes, as well as what media it specializes in and a description of the on-site facilities. To view listings by state, select a state from the list below. To search for a listing by title, enter a search term in the field below. State + Title searching is also possible.

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  • Publisher/Gallery
    Carla Chammas
    1990
    548 West 22nd Street; New York, NY 10011
    (212) 229 2766
    info@crggallery.com

    06/30/2011 - 13:23
  • Contract/Publisher
    Marina Ancona
    Marina Ancona
    New York 1024 Dean Street #3; Brooklyn, NY 11238 and New Mexico 35 Calle Enrique; Santa Fe, NM 87507
    (917)-763-4269
    10grandpress@gmail.com
    Intaglio, monoprint, relief, paper lithography, solar plates, and stencils

    10 Grand Press is a independent print shop that specializes in fine art printing and publishing. Artists work with a master printer to create original works on paper. The shop welcomes newcomers to the medium as well as veteran printmakers. Exploring new artistic possibilities through printmaking are supported and encouraged. 

    06/24/2011 - 14:33
  • Non-profit Workshop
    David Jones
    David Jones
    Chris Flynn
    1988
    623 S. Wabash Ave., Room 201. Chicago, IL 60605
    (312) 369-6864
    lithography, intaglio and relief

    Facilities: 40" x 70" American French Tool etching press, 18" x 36" Takach etching press, 32" x 60" Takach Garfield litho press, 23" x 41" Charles Brand litho press, Litho stones of various sizes, Aquatint box that will coat a 12" x 12" etching plate, Vertical etching tank for 16" x 20" plates using Ferric Chloride solution (copper only), Exposure unit with vacuum frame for photo-based print processes, Epson 7800 large format inkjet printer for making films, Copy machine, Mac and PC computers with scanners and laser printers, Assortment of inks, tarlatans, rollers, rags, etc.

    Anchor Graphics is a not-for-profit fine art press that brings together, under professional guidance, a diverse community of youth, emerging and established artists, and the public to advance the fine art of printmaking by integrating education with the creation of prints. Anchor Graphics is a program of the Art + Design Department at Columbia College Chicago.

    Classes and workshops are offered for adults and high school students. An artist-in-residence program takes place every summer. Open Studio Rental, and Internships and contract printing are also offered

     

    06/23/2011 - 10:33
  • Non-profit Visual Arts Community
    Barbara Bloemink
    1966
    5263 Owl Creek Rd.; Snowmass Village, CO 81615
    (970) 923-3181
    info@andersonranch.org
    Lithography, intaglio, relief, silkscreen, monoprinting, book arts, and digital printmaking

    Facilities: Two motorized lithograpy presses, two etching presses capable of handling sheet sizes up to 65" x 38", a large graphic arts camera, darkroom and vacuum easel for photo processes.

    Located on a turn-of-the-century sheep ranch, Anderson Ranch was established as an informal workshop by a group of Colorado artists in 1966 and incorporated as a non-profit arts community in 1973. The campus includes housing, a cafe, an art supply store, and gallery spaces including The Hansen Print Gallery which exhibits selections from the Ranch print collection.

    Summer workshops in a wide range of art media for adults and children are offered annually. Residencies and a visiting artist program are also available.

    06/30/2011 - 10:14
  • Contract/Publisher/Gallery
    Diana Ketcham
    Gerald Reddan
    1974
    1802 Hays Street,The Presidio; San Francisco, CA 94129
    (415) 668-2542
    arionpress@arionpress.com
    Letterpress, book bindery, digital printing

    Arion Press publishes deluxe, limited-edition books, many of them illustrated by prominent artists and some accompanied by separate editions of original prints. Arion Press also offers custom services for fine typography, book-binding and printing on commission. Since 2001, Arion Press has been a cultural tenant at the Presidio, the new National Park in San Francisco, where it shares a building with its second division, M & H Type, and its non-profit adjunct, the Grabhorn Institute.

    No classes are offered.

    06/30/2011 - 10:18
  • School
    Ira Goldberg
    1875
    215 West 57th Street; New York, NY 10019
    (212) 247-4510
    info@artstudentsleague.org
    Etching, lithography, wood block, silkscreen and photo-etching

    The Art Students League offers classes and workshops in painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture and also hosts lectures and artist talks. Scholarships are available.

    06/30/2011 - 10:27
  • Atelier 6000
    Patricia Clark
    2007
    389 SW Scalehouse Ct. Ste 120, Bend, OR 97702
    541-330-8759
    A6@atelier6000.org

    Based on the centuries-old tradition of the atelier, Atelier 6000 is a center for an energetic community of artists, working collaboratively, sharing ideas, technique and process - it's a place for learning and inspiration; a studio-workshop where students from all lifestyles, from absolute to beginners to professional artists learn directly from master artist teachers. 

    Patricia Clark, founder of Atelier 6000, is an established Master Printmaker and artist teacher. She is the former Executive director of Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts (ISOMATA) and has held full professorships at the University of Southern California (USC), California State University system (CSU), and the University of Wisconsin, RIver Falls. Clark also directed numerous summer art programs for teachers through USC and CSU, Long Beach. She is a graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art. 


     

    04/04/2013 - 09:16
  • Contract/Publisher/Gallery
    Erika Greenberg-Schneider
    Erika Greenberg-Schneide
    109 West Columbus Drive; Tampa, FL 33602
    (813) 272-9746
    erika@bleuacier.com
    Intaglio, photogravure, lithography, photo-lithography, relief and monotype

    Atelier Bleu Acier is a collaborative and contract studio owned and operated by master printer Erika Greenberg-Schneider. As a gallery, Bleu Acier exhibits works in all disciplines by emerging, mid-career and established artists from the US and Europe. As a publisher, Bleu Acier collaborates with artists on limited editions and multiples that possess the strength and drive of their work in other media.

    06/30/2011 - 10:30
  • Workshop
    Luther Davis
    1999
    312 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn NY, 11201
    718-246-1200
    luther@axelle.com
    10/18/2011 - 13:01
  • Publisher/University
    Amanda D'Amico
    1987
    Anderson Building; 9th floor; 333 South Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
    (215) 717-6460
    adamico@uarts.edu
    Offset Lithography

    Facilities: well-equipped studios and specialized facilities, including studios for papermaking, non-silver photography, bookbinding, water-based screen-printing, letterpress, intaglio and relief printing, stone and plate lithography, and offset lithography. Stationary vertical and portable book presses, a board shear, table-top shears, and a guillotine paper cutter are available for bookbinding. Five Vandercook proof presses, a photopolymer plate making system, and over 600 drawers of monotype, foundry and wood type. Five etching presses and four lithography presses. ATF-Davidson offset press, Heidelberg KORS offset press

    The Borowsky Center for Publication Arts works with visiting artists to produce original fine art offset lithographs and artist books. The center is located at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

    Internships are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:16
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Allan Edmunds
    1972
    730 S. Broad Street; Philadelphia, PA 19146
    (215) 546-3675
    Offset, Screen-printing, Intaglio

    Facilities: The Workshop's Visual Technologies Center houses facilities for offset production, screen-printing, intaglio printing, a photo-process area, and a bindery. The Workshop also houses a design and layout studio, two gallery spaces, a print collection, and a research facility.

    Brandywine Workshop is a nonprofit, culturally diverse institution dedicated to promoting interest and talent in printmaking and related visual arts; training artists and art students in fine art printmaking and related arts with an emphasis on new technologies.
     

    06/23/2011 - 11:26
  • Publisher
    Marti Mayo (Interim)
    Randy Hemminghaus
    Anne Q. McKeown
    1986
    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Department of Visual Arts; Mason Gross School of the Arts; 33 Livingston Ave.; New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (848) 932-5244
    info@brodskycenter.org
    Lithography, silkscreen, intaglio, relief, letterpress, papermaking, digital printmaking, photographic processes

    The Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions was founded as the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper (RCIPP) in 1986 by Judith K. Brodsky, an artist, printmaker, arts advocate, and professor of art at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.  It was established as an international forum for the exchange of new ideas in print and papermaking processes and education. In 2006 it was renamed in honor of Judy in recognition of her leadership and vision.

    06/24/2011 - 14:19
  • Contract
    Stephen Scott Gross
    2003
    251 19th Street #1D; Brooklyn NY 11215
    (718) 852-4617
    info@brooklyneditions.com
    Digital Printing

    Facilities: Archival, museum-quality prints up to 60 inches wide by any length. State-of-the-art Imageprint RIP and a color-managed workflow. Epson and Canon printers and a variety of software to get the most out of any image. Print on rag papers, photo canvas, baryta, fibre and more traditional gloss and lustre. From rice paper to cardboard we are always experimenting with interesting non traditional options.

    Brooklyn Editions is a digital printmaking solution and collaboration with accomplished photographer and master printer Stephen Scott Gross in his Brooklyn studio. With more than 20 years of printing experience from analog to digital, Stephen provides committed personalized support for a variety of artist’s projects. His mission is to combine technical expertise with an artist’s eye to help his clients bring their vision into reality.

    06/30/2011 - 15:58
  • Publisher/Contract
    Patrick Masterson
    Carlos Hernandez
    2011
    1518 Yale Street #1. Houston, Texas 77008
    (713) 884-5474
    etching, lithography, woodcuts, screen-prints and monoprint

    Burning Bones Press is a printmaking studio which collaborates with artists to produce limited editions of original etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, screen prints and monoprints.  The studio also does contract, collaborative printing for other publishers, dealers, artists, and institutions.

    Classes are offered and Studio is available on a limited basis for open-shop work.

     

    06/23/2011 - 10:40
  • Contract/Printer
    Cindi Royce Ettinger
    1982
    144 Vine Street; Philadelphia, PA 19106
    (215) 928-9897
    cettinger@verizon.net
    Intaglio, relief

    The Studio offers contract services for limited editions or monoprints produced collaboratively with the artist.

    In addition to contracting services for limited editions, The studio also accommodates monoprinting.

    06/30/2011 - 10:51
  • Contract/Publisher
    Cade Tompkins
    2009
    198 Hope Street; Providence, RI 02906
    (401) 751 4888
    cadetompkins@mac.com
    printmaking, bookbinding

    Cade Tompkins Editions publishes prints and multiples by both emerging and mid-career artists.

    No classes/workshops offered.

    06/30/2011 - 10:40
  • Publisher
    Martin Mazorra and Mike Houston
    1999
    Brooklyn, NY
    info@cannonballpress.com
    Relief Woodcuts and Screen-print

    In addition to publishing create large-scale collaborative woodcut prints, sculptures and installations.

    06/24/2011 - 11:27
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Alexander Campos
    1974
    28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor; New York, NY 10001
    (212) 481-0295
    Book arts, bookbinding, letterpress, and papermaking

    Facilities: Fully-equipped bindery and letterpress print shop. 36" guillotine paper cutter, a 3-ton Kensol hot stamping press, five Vandercook proof presses, a treadle platen press and several hand platen presses from 5" x 8" and up, including a newspaper size Washington Hand Press, many cases of hand type, and all the usual equipment you expect to find in a letterpress print shop and hand bindery.

    The Center for Book Arts is dedicated to preserving the traditional crafts of book

    06/23/2011 - 11:30
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Anthony Kirk
    1995
    299 West Avenue; Norwalk, CT 06850
    (203) 899-7999
    info@contemprints.org
    intaglio, lithography, monotype, silkscreen, woodblock printing, paper works, book arts, and digital arts

    Facilities: Located in a 5,000 sq ft. 19th century carriage house, the Center includes a gallery and a studio equipped with five intaglio and one lithography presses, a Vandercook press, an hydraulic press, an acid room, screen-printing facilities, a paper mill, a metal shear, a black-and-white darkroom, an exposure table, a digital studio and a copy machine for printmaking projects. The Artist's Cottage houses studios, 2 intaglio presses, and living facilities for artists in residence.

    Internships and educational programs are offered. Workshops and residency programs are offered. Studios are available for independent work and rental when classes are not in session. Artists can arrange to collaborate and have editions printed with master printer Anthony Kirk and his assistant Christopher Shore.

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:33
  • Contract/Publisher
    James Stroud
    James Stroud
    1984
    P.O. Box 870171; Milton Village, MA 02187
    (617) 821-5458
    jstroud@centerstreetstudio.com
    Intaglio, woodcut, monotype, letterpress

    Facilities: 30" x 52" French Tool Press, 48" x 96" Etching Press, SP20 Vandercook Letterpress, Exposure unit for 18" x 24" Photo Etching

    The Center Street Studio was founded in 1984 by artist James Stroud. The Studio prints and publishes editions by both established and emerging artists.

    No classes are offered

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:36
  • Community Visual and Dramatic Arts Center
    1940
    439 Ashbourne Road; Cheltenham, PA 19012
    (215) 379-46601
    info@cheltenhamarts.org
    Relief, intaglio, monotype, silk screening

    Facilities: Charles Brand press 36" x 60"

    Classes are offered for adults and teenagers in a variety of visual arts including painting, drawing, printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, sculpture, welding and stained glass. Home of the Printmakers Guild and Clay Guild.

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:39
  • Publisher/Gallery
    Jean Milant
    1971
    542 S. Alameda Street; Los Angeles, CA 90013-1708
    (213) 680-3473
    cirrus@cirrusgallery.com
    All printmaking media. Cirrus Gallery specializes in projects that incorporate state-of-the-art technology and traditional printmaking techniques

    Classes are offered

    06/23/2011 - 11:42
  • Publisher
    Bill Fick
    1995
    105 Hood Street, #1; Durham, NC 27701
    (919) 968-0042
    cockeyedpress@earthlink.net
    Linocut, monoprint, etching, photography

    Facilities: Printmaking studio, darkroom, Martech press

    Cockeyed Press is dedicated to publishing high quality books and prints by exceptional writers and artists.

    No classes are offered

    06/30/2011 - 10:45
  • Contract/Publisher
    Sam Coronado
    1991
    901 Vargas Road; Austin, TX 78741
    (512) 385-3591
    studio@coronadostudio.com
    Silkscreen

    Coronado Studio offers artists the opportunity to create limited edition screen prints with the help of a master printer. Coronado Studio is active in the Hispanic arts community and has been the publisher of the Serie Print Project since 1993.

    Classes and workshops are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:49
  • Publisher
    Glen Baldridge
    1990
    535 West 22nd Street; New York, NY 10011
    (212) 229-2766
    info@crggallery.com

    06/23/2011 - 11:56
  • Publisher/Gallery
    Valerie Wade
    1962
    20 Hawthorne; San Francisco, CA 94105
    (415) 974-6273
    gallery@crownpoint.com
    Etching, photogravure

    Facilities: Large studio with five etching presses, a darkroom and exposure unit for photogravure

    Crown Point Press publishes fine art prints by invitation and currently works with five or six artists each year. Invited artists spend two weeks working with master printers in the etching studios. Crown Point also offers summer workshops which are open to all artists.

    Classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:59
  • Contract/Publisher
    313 West 37th Street ; New York, New York 10018
    (212) 239-7133
    Lithography

    06/23/2011 - 12:17
  • Contract/Publisher/Workshop
    Paul Wong
    1976
    315 West 36th Street; New York, NY 10018
    (212) 226-0573
    Hand papermaking projects using a variety of Western and Asian fibers and pigments

    Facilities: 7,000 square foot studio services.

    Dieu Donné is a workspace dedicated to the creation, promotion, and preservation of contemporary art using the hand papermaking process. In support of its mission Dieu Donné collaborates with artists, offers exhibitions and educational programs, and maintains an archive of paper art. The organization’s primary services and programs are devoted to working with mid-career and emerging artists to develop new, innovative methods of papermaking within the medium and the greater world of contemporary art.

    Classes and residencies are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 12:19
  • Publisher
    Gregory Nanney and Joseph Velasquez
    2005
    New York, NY. Has crews working in Atlanta, Chicago, and Austin TX
    Gregory Nanney (615) 456-6183 – Joseph Velasquez (254) 228-6016
    drybypress@yahoo.com
    Relief Woodcuts and Screen-print

    Drive by Press is a mobile Art Studio, which specializes in interactive printing of one-of-a-kind woodblock apparel live at events. Our talented and experienced artists can create custom designs, to suit any occasion.

    06/24/2011 - 11:24
  • Publisher
    Ann Marshall
    1988
    892 Durham Road; Durham, PA 18039
    (610) 346-6133
    ann@durhampress.com
    Silkscreen, woodcut, etching, wood and metal work

    Facilities: A screen-printing studio, an etching/woodcut studio with a hydraulic press and an American French tool press, woodworking and welding shops in a restored Victorian schoolhouse, and residences for visiting artists.

    Durham Press is a printmaking and fine art publishing facility specializing in limited edition prints, sculpture, and multiples.

    No classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 12:23
  • Publisher
    Simon Blattner
    David Avery
    2000
    167 Buena Vista East; San Francisco, CA 94117
    (415) 538-9400
    studio@eastsideeditions.com
    Etching, monoprints, papermaking

    Facilities: Charles Brand press, 50" x 30", Rosin box that accommodates plates up to 18" x 24"

    Eastside Editions specializes in limited edition etchings on handmade paper with a focus on Bay Area artists.

     

    06/23/2011 - 12:26
  • Contract/Publisher
    Jacob Samuel
    1986
    2025 Sixth Street; Santa Monica, CA 90405
    (310) 804-1763
    info@editionjs.com
    Etching

    A small workshop specializing in publishing portfolios and limited edition books by established artists. Occasional contract work is available.

    No classes are offered

     

    06/23/2011 - 13:37
  • Publisher
    1997
    448 West 19th Street Suite 2G; New York, NY 10011
    (212) 604-0431
    info@fawbush.com
    All types of printmaking

    Editions Fawbush publish prints and sculptural work with a growing list of established and emerging artists.

    06/23/2011 - 13:52
  • Publisher/Gallery
    Francesco X. Siqueiros
    1990
    2401 S. Santa Fe Ave. #206; Los Angeles, CA 90058
    213.239.0417
    francesco@elnopalpress.com
    Lithography, relief, intaglio

    El Nopal Press publishes fine arts prints and lithographs addressing social issues relevant to the cross-border dialog between Los Angeles and Mexico City artists. El Nopal Press is distinguished by its focus on the work of artists who explore border issues, the complex cultural relationships that exist between Mexico and the United States. More specifically, the ideas brought forward through the work of the press have more to do with a conversation concerning the idea of the border rather than its physical manifestation as a cartographic phenomenon, economic and social barrier, or penetrable boundary.

    06/24/2011 - 11:17
  • Contract/Publisher
    Richard Lang
    1997
    130 8th Street; San Francisco, CA 94103
    (415) 626-5496
    richard@sfelectricworks.com
    Silkscreen, lithography, intaglio, monotype, digital, book arts

    Electric Works's mission is to provide a studio for experimental, traditional, and digital printmaking at the highest level. They pride themselves on collaborative work with a variety of artist in a wide variety of printmaking media.

    06/23/2011 - 13:55
  • Publisher/Workshop
    Tom Huck
    814 Vandeventer Ave.; St. Louis, MO 63110
    info@evilprints.com
    Intaglio, Relief, Screen-print

    Classes are offered

    06/24/2011 - 15:11
  • Contract/Publisher
    47-33 5th Street; Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 786-1612
    Silkscreen

    06/23/2011 - 14:11
  • Contract/Publisher
    Katherine Brimberry and Mark L. Smith
    Katherine Brimberry
    Veronica Ceci, Tracy Mayrello
    1989
    2830 East MLK Jr. Blvd; Austin, TX 78702
    (512) 477-9328
    mark@flatbedpress.com
    Intaglio, lithography, photogravure, monotype, relief

    Facilities: Large-scale intaglio and lithography presses in a 4,000 sq. ft. studio

    Flatbed Press collaborates with artists to produce original prints. Flatbed also does contract printing for other publishers, dealers, artists, and institutions, and is available on a limited basis for open-shop work by experienced artists.

    Classes offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:14
  • Publisher/University Press/Gallery
    Theo Lotz
    1990
    500 W. Livingston St.; Orlando, FL 32801
    (407) 235-3619
    tlotz@mail.ucf.edu
    Silkscreen, lithography, woodblock, etching, letterpress, digital printmaking, book bindery

    Flying Horse offers established artists and writers the opportunity to work with master printers, typesetters, and bookbinders to create fine print and book projects. Flying Horse is associated with the University of Central Florida Art and English departments.

    06/23/2011 - 14:17
  • Publisher
    Luther Davis
    2005
    19 Thames St. #101; Brooklyn, NY 11206
    (917) 677-8008
    info@forthestate.com
    Traditional and technologically innovative approaches to printmaking

    No classes are offered

    06/23/2011 - 14:19
  • Publisher
    1996
    8365 Melrose Avenue; Los Angeles, CA 90069
    (323) 651-0513
    editions@geminigel.com
    Lithography, etching, silkscreen, woodcut and a variety of sculptural materials

    Facilities: Gemini G.E.L. currently has four presses and four full-time printers. Extra staff may be called in if necessary.

    Gemini G.E.L. is an artists’ workshop and publisher of limited edition prints and sculptures.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:22
  • Contract/Publisher/Gallery
    Martha Macks
    1996
    Mill Center, Studio 214; 3000 Chestnut Avenue; Baltimore, MD 21211
    (410) 366-2001
    amy@goyacontemporary.com
    Etching, monotypes, intaglio, solar-plate, collograph, relief

    Facilities: Fully equipped intaglio studio with two Charles Brand presses and two French Tool presses. Print sizes up to 42"x72"

    Goya-Girl Press is a printmaking atelier working with artists to create unique, high quality fine art prints. All traditional methods as well as experimental techniques can be explored. Research in the area of non-toxic technology has made Goya-Girl Press a specialized shop for solar-plate etching. Artists and publishers may reserve studio time for editioning, experimenting, and contract printing.

    No classes are offered

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:25
  • University of South Florida
    Margaret Miller
    1968 by Donald J. Saff
    3702 Spectrum Blvd. Suite 100; Tampa, FL 33612-9498
    (813) 974-3503
    gsoffice@arts.usf.edu
    Printmaking and Sculpture

    Facilities: Graphicstudio is a university-based atelier engaged in a unique experiment in art and education, committed to research and the application of traditional and new techniques for the production of limited edition prints and sculpture multiples. Graphicstudio with the Contemporary Art Museum and the Public Art Program form the Institute for Research in Art in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of South Florida.

    06/23/2011 - 14:29
  • School
    P.O. Box 48; 33 Bridge Street; Bellows Falls, VT 05101
    (802) 463-3330
    Relief, drypoint, monoprint, collograph, letterpress, papermaking

    Great River Arts offers classes and workshops in visual and literary arts for adults and high school students year round, and a summer arts camp for children. Scholarships are available

    06/23/2011 - 14:32
  • Contract/Publisher
    Leslie Miller
    1979
    116 West 29th Street; New York, NY 10001
    (212) 947-8346
    studio@grenfellpress.com
    grenfellpress@gmail.com
    Book arts, relief, letterpress

    Prints and publishes artist's books and limited edition prints with a specialty in woodcut, linocut, and pochoir as well as letterpress printing

    06/23/2011 - 14:35
  • University/Publisher
    Sandra C. Fernández
    1979
    Department of Art and Art History; College of Fine Arts; University of Texas at Austin; Art Building; 23rd and San Jacinto Streets; Austin, TX 78712-0337
    512–232–2782
    sandrafernandez@mail.utexas.edu
    Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screen-print

    Facilities: five 34” x60 ” Takach Garfield presses. The lithography program is equipped to accommodate aluminum plate sizes up to 30” x 40”, and stone printing with Bavarian lime stones up to 30” x 46”, over thirty stones from the 20” x 26” to the 32” x 46” range, and over one hundred stones in the 16” x 20” to 18” x 24” range. Three Brand etching presses, 36” x 60”, 30” x 51” and 16” x 40”, a new ('98) Conrad 30” x 60” press, and a 18” x 20” relief/block press. The well-ventilated acid room contains four large, ventilated, and (covered) baths for both zinc and copper plate processing, a large rosin aquatint box, a sawdust box for cleaning plates with solvent, and full-body safety shower. Three free-standing, angled-top, Cincinnati vacuum tables for formats up to 32” x 44”, a 48” x 96” vacuum table for screens up to 48” x 72” screen frames which will print an image up to 36” x 60”. An AWT automatic/pneumatic screen printing press (manual feed) for printing images up to 25” x 38”, with micro-registration features which is vital for the flawless printing of four-color separation (digitized) photo images. The studio has a large collection of both wooden and aluminum screen frames, a pneumatic fabric stretching machine, four print drying racks (one of which will accommodate a sheet of paper 36” x 60”). The fully-loaded photo-mechanical, darkroom facilities in Serigraphy feature a Log E, 500 Series, Robertson 20” x 24” Process Camera, two large 3 tray processing sinks, a submersible illuminated viewing sink, an Omega 4” x 5” condenser-enlarger (wall mounted for photo posterization), and American vacuum frame 52” x 72” polycop exposure unit, and a solid-state electronic metal-halide electronic exposure lamp.

    The educational goal of GAPP is to take advantage of the inherent collaborative, and more communal nature of printmaking and to use these characteristics as a unique teaching tool. Professional artists, with tremendously varied aesthetic and conceptual philosophies, are invited for brief residencies. During this time, the artists collaborate with faculty and students in the production of limited edition prints. In addition to making prints, the visiting artists present public lectures on their art and give critiques of student artwork.

    Impressions from every edition are archived in the Blanton Museum permanent collection as documents of this collaborative effort.

    06/24/2011 - 15:06
  • Contract/Publisher
    Ed Hamilton
    1990
    1317 Abbot Kinney Blvd.; Venice, CA 90291
    (310) 396-8244
    hamiltonpress@aol.com
    Lithography

    Facilities: Small workshop with Takach press.

    Hamilton Press publishes fine art lithographs by invited artists and is also available for contract publishing by galleries, organizations, and individual artists. All lithographs are hand-pulled by Ed Hamilton. Time and space are very limited.

    No classes are offered.
     

    06/23/2011 - 14:38
  • Contract/Publisher
    Michael Costello
    1974
    2312 West Alameda; Santa Fe, NM 87501
    (505) 438-0987
    Lithography, intaglio, photo-etching, monotype

    Facilities: 50" x 32" Charles Brand lithography press, 72" x 39" and 60" x 34" Takach-Garfield etching presses, vacuum heat press for drying and flattening, a wide range of lithographic stones, photo-litho and photo-etching facilities for work up to 35" x 44"

    06/23/2011 - 14:41
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Dennis O'Neil
    1984
    210 West Windsor Avenue; Alexandria, VA 22301
    (703) 519-4300
    Screen-print

    Hand Print Workshop is a non-profit studio for international exchange and collaboration in printmaking. The Workshop sponsors residencies where artists collaborate with the studio director and master printer on editioned screen prints.

    Offers Internships

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:44
  • Contract/Publisher
    Janet Flohr
    Gary Nichols
    1993
    127 Grant Avenue; San Antonio, TX 78201
    (210) 828-1634
    info@harehoundpress.com
    Intaglio, stone and plate lithography, relief, wide format digital printmaking, photogravure, small edition books, custom boxes and objects, embossing

    Facilities: Brand Etching Press 50" x 34", Takach lithography press 68" x 38", antique Bollito e Torchio lithography press 36" x 24", UV exposure unit with 48" x 36" vacuum frame, one Epson 9600 Inkjet printer 44" wide, one Canon Ipf8300 44" wide, PC digital equipment, flatbed scanner with film scanning capabilities, black-and-white darkroom, guest suite

    Hare & Hound Press provides professional collaborative fine art printmaking on a contract basis to artists and publishers.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:48
  • Contract/Publisher
    Felix Harlan and Carol Weaver
    1984
    83 Canal Street; New York, NY 10002
    (212) 925-5421
    inquiry@harlanandweaver.com
    All forms of intaglio

    Facilities: 35' x 55" Ramec Press, 48" x 70" Brand Press, 44" x 70" Restored 19c. Press

    Harlan and Weaver Inc. is a publisher and collaborative workshop that specializes in etching and intaglio printmaking.

    No classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:52
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Carla McGrath
    Cole Rogers
    2001
    912 West Lake Street; Minneapolis, MN 55408
    (612) 871-1326
    info@highpointprintmaking.org
    Intaglio, relief, silkscreen, stone lithography

    Facilities: Fully equipped intaglio, relief, lithography, and screenprinting studios.  The professional shop is also equipped with 600 square feet and facilities

    Highpoint Center for Printmaking is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the art of printmaking. Its goals are to provide educational programs, community access and collaborative publishing opportunities to engage the community.

    Highpoint provides these opportunities through four focus areas:

    • Educational Programming & Community Programs for all ages and backgrounds in printmaking.
    • A Printshop Cooperative which provides access for local artists to create and show their work in a supportive workshop environment.
    • A Visiting Artists Program—local, national and international in scope—through which invited artists create original prints under guidance and support of a Master Printer.
    • An Emerging Artists Program, funded by the Jerome Foundation, provides access, support and a group show to three emerging printmakers each year.

    Classes are offered.

    06/30/2011 - 10:59
  • Contract/Publisher
    Cole Rogers
    2004
    912 W. Lake St.; Minneapolis, MN 55408
    (612) 871-1326
    info@highpointprintmaking.org
    Intaglio, relief, monoprint, lithography, screen-print

    Facilities: Approximately 1850 square feet.
    Intaglio, Monoprinting and Relief: Three Takach presses: 24" x 48", 30" x 48", 40" x 72", Vertical ferric etching tanks up to 30" x 40", Foot operated 36" wide plate shear, 36" x 48" paper soaking sink, 36" x 48" heated wiping station, 24" x 36" hot plate, Aquatint box for up to 30" x 40" plates, Black inks provided.
    Lithography: Two 34" x 60" Takach presses, Library of 75 lithographic stones (9" x 11" up to 26" x 34" stones), 48" x 60" graining sink, Half-ton capacity hydraulic stone lift, 30" x 40" plate backer, Positive working photo plates up to 32" x 42" and exposure unit, Plate punch, Leather and Takach composition rollers from 4.5" x 12" to 10.5" x 24" and 32" x 40" drying racks.
    Screen-printing: M&M Medalist 52" x 70" screen press, Two 36" x 48" vacuum printing tables, 48" x 60" exposure unit, Pressure washer/reclaiming area for 60" x 72" screens, Darkroom for coating & horizontally storing screen up to 48" x 60"
    Professional Shop: Approximately 1450 square foot semi-private studio. Steel facing tank for plates 32" x 50", Takach Variable speed motorized 44" x 84" intaglio press, Etching facilities up to 42" x 60" plates, Takach variable speed 40" x 72" lithographic press, AWT Seri-Glide 88" x 72" screen press.
    Highpoint Editions was created as the publishing arm of Highpoint Center for Printmaking to ensure the recognition of work made at Highpoint in collaboration with Master Printer and Highpoint Editions Director, Cole Rogers. Its mission is to give printmakers the experience of working alongside a Master Printer in a professional setting. It houses Educational Programming and community programs, a print shop cooperative, a visiting artist program and a Gallery.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:56
  • Non-profit Art Center
    Caroline Killhour
    1934
    2841 Baldwin Avenue; Makawao, HI 96768
    (808) 572-6560
    info@huinoeau.com
    Printmaking, papermaking, fiber arts, photography

    Facilities: Located on an old plantation estate, Hui Press houses various renovated studio spaces for artists. What was once a carriage house now serves as a studio for drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, jewelry, digital media, and fiber art.
    Hui Press also provides open studios and a visiting artist program.
    Classes are offered to both adults and children.

     

    06/23/2011 - 14:59
  • Contract
    Ted Peffer
    558 Mineral Spring Ave., #109; Pawtucket, RI 02860
    (401) 365-1330
    ted@iolabsinc.com
    Digital

    offers unsurpassed printing and imaging solutions for reproducing fine art, illustration, photography, and historic works. Our clients include major museums and esteemed artists and illustrators who seek to expand the reach of their original artwork by producing limited or open editions that are works of art unto themselves.

    No classes offered.

    06/24/2011 - 15:17
  • Publisher/University
    Joan Hall
    Tom Reed
    1978
    1 Brookings Drive; School of Art, Box 1031; Washington University; St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
    (314) 935-6571
    Experimental, large format editions in printmaking and papermaking

    Facilities: Island Press has one of the largest press beds in the country measuring 5' x 10'

    Island Press encourages artists to go beyond traditional boundaries by experimenting with new techniques and media and has gained recognition nationally and internationally for its innovative approaches to the art of printmaking.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:05
  • Contract/Publisher
    Jennifer Melby
    Jennifer Melby
    1979
    110 Wycoff Street; Brooklyn, NY 11201
    jmelby@nyc.rr.com
    All forms of intaglio

    Facilities: 36 x 60" Brand Press
    A collaborative studio that specializes in intaglio printmaking. No classes offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:09
  • Contract/Publisher
    Andrew Mockler
    Andrew Mockler
    1994
    1166 Manhattan Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11222
    (718) 222-9122
    Lithography, monotype, woodcut, etching, photo-printmaking, digital printmaking

    Facilities: Charles Brand 36" x 48" motor-driven lithography press, custom-built 30" x 40" lithography press, Charles Brand 36" x 60" etching press, flip-top vacuum frame

    Working in direct collaboration with master printer Andrew Mockler and printer Maia Simon, artists are encouraged to experiment with different printmaking techniques to find the process that best embraces their work as a painter, sculptor, or photographer. The workshop is open to the public by appointment only.

    No classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:12
  • Contract
    Kathy Caraccio
    1977
    315 W. 39th Street #505; New York, NY 10018
    (212) 594-9662
    kathy@kcaraccio.com
    Non-acid plate making, monotype, non-traditional techniques including pochior, silk aquatints, hanga (Japanese water based woodblock printing)

    Weekend collage and printmaking workshops are offered

    06/23/2011 - 15:22
  • Non-profit Workshop
    Archana Horsting
    1994
    1060 Heinz Avenue; Berkeley, CA 94710
    (510) 549-2977
    kala@kala.org
    Intaglio, lithography, woodcut, letterpress, book arts, photo-printmaking, digital printmaking

    Facilities: The Kala Art Institute Print Studio offers a variety of professional equipment including 3 American French Tool etching presses (1 measuring 44" x 66", 2 measuring 35" x 58"), 2 Griffin etching presses (1 measuring 19" x 32", 1 measuring 16" x 20"), a 28" x 46" Takach-Garfield motorized litho Press, 2 Vandercook letterpresses (1 measuring 19" x 28", 1 measuring 28" x 32"), a 16 1/2" x 23 3/8" photo polymer machine, a variety of UV exposure units, a 30" x 40" UV vacuum exposure table, a number of wide-format printers, a selection of cameras, video cameras, and sound equipment, and a variety of computer software including Adobe creative programs and editing software. Its Electronic Media Center features an Imacon Flextite Precision III scanner, a Polaroid scanner, and a 54" Roland 500 printer. Kala Art also has a 1400 sq. ft. gallery which presents approximately eight exhibitions each year and a print archive.

    Classes in all forms of printmaking, digital media and book arts are offered.

    Kala also offers an artist-in-residence program and an annual Fellowship Award.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:15
  • Publisher
    Steve Campbell
    1970
    1143 Siler Park Lane, Suite 107; Santa Fe, NM 87507
    (505) 982-6625
    info@landfallpress.com
    Lithography, etching, woodcut

    Landfall Press collaborates with artists to produce printed multiples in a broad range of techniques and media.
    No classes are offered.

    For forty years, Landfall Press has collaborated with artists to produce printed multiples in a broad range of techniques and media. Member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.

    Landfall Press publications can also be seen at Diane Villani Editions in New York City.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:26
  • Publisher
    Philippe Laumont
    333 West 52nd St.; New York, NY 10019
    (212) 245-2113
    pl@laumont.com
    Digital printmaking, monoprints, photography

    Facilities: Iris ink jet prints up to 35" x 47", digital pigment prints up to 60" x 144", Lambda and Light jet 500XL

    Studio for digital printmaking, monoprints, photography, and collaborations. Gallery features digital works of art on paper, photography, and mixed media.

    No classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:29
  • Contract/Publisher
    1981
    232 Eastridge Drive; Spruce Pine, NC 28777
    (828) 765-9873
    Vitreography (printing from glass plates in both intaglio and siligraphy/waterless litho techniques), digital transfer, woodblock

    Facilities: American French Tool Press: 40 x 70", Brand Intaglio Press: 36 x 60", two large format inkjet Encad printers

    Littleton Studio is an experimental workshop dedicated to promoting vitreography/glass plate processes. The Studio is associated with The Littleton Collection gallery in St. Lucie County, Florida.

    No classes are offered, but workshops and demos can be arranged with the master printer. Studio interns are accepted.
     

    06/23/2011 - 15:35
  • Publisher/Gallery
    Robert Lococo
    9320 Olive Boulevard; St. Louis, MO 63132
    (800) 345-1764
    info@lococofineart.com

    Lococo Fine Art is a publisher of limited editions, graphics, multiples, and unique works on paper.

    06/23/2011 - 15:55
  • Non-profit Workshop/Contract/Publisher
    Dusica Kirjakovic
    Doug Bennett
    1968
    306 West 37th Street, 6th Floor; New York, NY 10018
    (212) 673-5390
    info@printshop.org
    , woodcut, monotype, silkscreen, photo-printmaking, papermaking

    Facilities: Fully-equipped artists' studio, collaborative studio and workrooms that include 3 etching presses (28" x 50", 20" x 40", 18" x 36"), a book press, UV exposure unit, photo enlarger, screen-printing press (44" x 66" vacuum area), 2 vacuum presses (32" x 48", 44" x 66"), 60" x 96" screen-printing hinge table, 2 vacuum exposure units (45" x 54", 50" x 70") plate cutter, rosin box, Mac computers equipped with Adobe creative software, wireless internet access, printers, and scanners, and personal storage facilities. The use of water-based and non-toxic materials is encouraged.

    LESP is a not-for-profit workshop that promotes and advances the art of printmaking. LESP offers open access to its professional printmaking facilities, financial and technical assistance to artists, innovative classes and public lectures.

    Classes and residencies are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 10:20
  • Contract/Publisher
    Lawrence Hamlin
    1996
    115 D East University Ave.; Champaign, IL 61820
    (217) 403-0276
    Etching

    Facilities: Full etching studio with 2,400 square feet including 3 presses, print drying services, iron facing for plates and all essentials for multiple plate color intaglio printing.

    Mad Dog Press is an intaglio studio, printing mostly copper plate etchings on a contract basis or by invitation. Regularly scheduled weekend and week-long workshops are offered throughout the year.

    Classes are offered

    06/24/2011 - 10:37
  • Non-Profit Workshop
    481 Washington St.; New York, NY 10013
    (212) 219-8783
    Intaglio (including silicon intaglio, viscosity etching, gelatin plates, pochoir), platinum prints, photogravure, lithography, woodblock, silkscreen, adinkra cloth making, rubber stamp, chine colle, carborundum collograph

    Facilities: Three etching presses, three lithography presses, a silkscreen area, acid room, rosin box, exposure room, and a complete darkroom.

    Manhattan Graphics Center is a fully equipped, fine art printmaking studio that welcomes artists at all levels of printmaking experience. MGC offers many options for independent workspace use.

    Classes and Internships are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 10:40
  • Contract/Publisher
    Sarah Smelser and Jonathan Higgins
    Jonathan Higgins
    2000
    1106 E. Bell Street Bloomington; IL 61701
    (309) 829-7443
    ink@mannekenpress.com
    Intaglio, photogravure, relief, lithography, monotype, photo-printmaking, chine colle

    Facilities: 34" x 60" Takach etching press, large rosin aquatint box, full darkroom

    Manneken Press is an independent fine art press devoted primarily to publishing limited edition prints and artist's books by a core group of artists from across the U.S. and beyond. Contract work is also accepted.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 10:43
  • University/Publisher
    Nona Hershey
    1993
    621 Huntington Ave. Boston; MA 02115
    (617)-879-7550
    Intaglio, relief, lithography (including photo), silkscreen, book arts, monoprint

    Facilities: 9000 sq. ft. print shop including four etching presses, four lithography presses, two large exposure units, full silkscreen studio, darkroom, and computer room

    Artists are invited to publish original prints while working with students in the print department.

    Classes are offered

    06/24/2011 - 10:49
  • Contract/Publisher
    Sheila Marbain
    1955
    75 Varick St.; New York, NY 10013
    (212) 226-6261
    samia@interport.net
    Silk monotype, silkscreen

    Sheila Marbain developed the silk monotype process, a combination of encaustic and screen printing, in 1990. In this technique the artist draws directly on taut silk with materials such as pencil, wax crayon, pastel, etc. The image is then printed using a wax medium which releases the pigment from the silk and transfers and seals it onto the paper.

    06/24/2011 - 10:50
  • Contract/ Publisher
    James Reed
    James Reed
    1976
    P.O. Box 5286, Bridgeport, Connecticut 06610
    203-218-4528
    milestonegraphics.reed@gmail.com

    About: Milestone Graphics is a professional, contract, fine printmaking studio owned and operated by Master Printer James Reed. The studio provides a quiet center for artists to explore traditional print media. Milestone Graphics prides itself on its ability to offer artists an open, professional atmospher in which to develop their images. 

    Facilities: Milestone is equipped with a Griffin lithography press with stones and plates for images up to 24 " x 32". There are approximately 50 stones for use ranging in size from 8" x 10" to 24" x 32". The studio also has two custom built etching presses (paper size up to 22" x 30") for monotype, relief and intaglio printing. Also available in the shop are facilities for all photomechanical processes. Multimedia editions and projects are welcomed. 

    History: Milestone is the oldest professional shop in the state. After moving to Connecticut in 1979 artists such as Ann Chernow, Nomi Silverman, James Meyer, Lucy Sallick, Alberta Ciffoleli and Michael Torlen have regularly used the services and expertise of Milestone. 

     

    03/19/2013 - 12:54
  • Contract/Publisher
    Maxine Richard
    1985
    1204 E 48th St. North; Tulsa OK 74126
    (918) 425-6319
    Intaglio and relief processes

    Facilities:24" x 36" Takach etching press

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 10:58
  • Co-operative Workshop/Publisher
    Marsha Shaw
    19" x 32" Etching pres, Guillotine, Flat Files, Light table, Exposure unit with 43" x 62" bed, Darkroom, Screen Pressure washer
    1980
    2868 Mission Street; San Francisco CA 94110
    (415) 643-2786
    grafica@missionculturalcenter.org
    Intaglio, Screen-print, Monotype

    Facilities: 56" x 32" Etching press, 19" x 32" Etching pres, Guillotine, Flat Files, Light table, Exposure unit with 43" x 62" bed, Darkroom, Screen Pressure washer.

    07/01/2011 - 14:01
  • Publisher
    Luis and Lea Remba
    1968
    1419 East Adams Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90011
    (323) 232-1158
    gallery@mixografia.com
    Mixografia®, handmade paper, wood, metal and plastic fabrication, lithography, etching, silkscreen, woodcut, copper relief, Freepoint®, relief, monotype, monoprint, giclee/inkjet

    Facilities: A 30,000 sq. ft. facility in downtown Los Angeles housing a foundry, paper-making mill, a collection of lithography stones (including one of the world's largest), and five dual printing presses.

    Mixographia® is a unique fine art printing process that allows for the production of three-dimensional prints with texture and very fine surface detail. The artist incises, impresses, carves or applies, with any solid material or combination of materials, the work of art to be produced from which a series of printing plates are then cast. Luis Remba and his son, Shaye Remba, both engineers, oversee and maintain the workshop facility.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 10:59
  • Publisher/Contract
    Richard Duardo
    Richard Duardo
    1997
    1735 North Main Street; Los Angeles, CA 90031
    (323) 342-1954
    info@modernmultiplesinc.com
    Serigraphy, Digital

    Modern Multiples is a fine art serigraph and digital printmaking studio that collaborates with a wide array of contemporary artists and designers to create unique and highly collectable works of art.

    07/01/2011 - 13:32
  • Non-profit Print Workshop
    (Interim) Veda Rives
    1976
    School of Art; Campus Box 5620; Illinois State University; Normal, IL 61790
    (309) 438-7530
    All printmaking techniques

    N.E.W. is a distinctive non-profit print research facility closely affiliated with the School of Art within the College of Fine Arts of Illinois State University. N.E.W. provides an intersection between education and fine art printing by offering students the opportunity to assist with the publishing of collaborative original limited edition works by emerging and established artists throughout the United States.

    06/24/2011 - 11:30
  • Publisher/University
    David Blow
    1993
    1120 W. Oak Denton; TX 76201
    (940) 369-7575
    print@unt.edu
    Lithography, etching, relief

    P.R.I.N.T. is a fine art press affiliated with the University of North Texas School of Visual Arts and publishes limited edition prints by emerging and established artists.

    Workshops are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:07
  • Publisher/Gallery
    Kristin Heming at 57th and Jacob Lewis at 26th
    1968
    32 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor; New York, NY 10022; Chelsea at 521 West 26th Street, 3rd Floor; New York, NY 10001
    (212)-629-6100
    info@paceprints.com
    Etching, woodblock, digital printing, silkscreen, relief

    Facilities:Three etching presses, two letter presses, two Iris and Epson printers

    Pace Prints is a fine art print publisher. The gallery exhibits both contemporary prints published at the Pace workshop as well as prints that have been acquired from other print publishers, artists, estates, and other sources.

    No classes are offered

    06/24/2011 - 11:35
  • Publisher
    Pam Paulson
    Renee Bott
    1993
    2390 C Fourth St.; Berkeley, CA 94710
    (510) 559-2088
    info@paulsonbottpress.com
    Etching, intaglio

    Facilities: Fully equipped intaglio studio.

    Paulson Press works with artists who reflect a wide range of aesthetic and thematic approaches.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:04
  • Publisher
    Pepe Coronado
    Pepe Coronado
    62 circle dr. hastings; hudson, ny 10706
    914.693.3138
    mail@pepecoronado.com

    A printmaking and digital imaging workshop for collaborative print projects in the New York City area. The studio’s goal is to create new works in print fusing traditional, contemporary, and innovative techniques.

    Home of the The Dominican collaborative archive. The studio publishes and collects prints from artists living in the Dominican Republic and the US.

    07/01/2011 - 14:12
  • Non-profit Community Arts Center
    Laura Domencic
    1945
    6300 5th Ave. Pittsburgh,; PA 15232
    (412) 361-0873
    Intaglio, relief, book arts

    PCA is a non-profit community arts campus that offers arts education programs and art exhibitions, and provides resources for individual artists throughout Western Pennsylvania.

    The school offers classes for adults in visual arts and creative writing and a summer arts camp for children.

    06/24/2011 - 14:06
  • Publisher
    David Procuniar
    1970
    19 Mercer Street New York, NY 10013
    (212) 226-6619
    Info@ProcuniarWorkshop.com
    All types of printmaking including lithography, intaglio, screen-printing, woodcut, linoleum, carborundum, monoprint, and digital printmaking

    The Procuniar Workshop collaborates with a variety of contemporary artists to create unique and editioned works on paper as well as a steady output of prints, painting, sculpture, and photography.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:08
  • University/Publisher
    John Risseeuw
    1982
    2037 East Manhatton Drive; Tempe, AZ 85282
    (480) 965-3713
    John.Risseeuw@asu.edu
    Book Arts

    The press undertakes book arts projects that have particular merit in literary content, result in visual or technical research or provide for significant collaboration between writers and artists or between artists.

    In the past, the Pyracantha Press also functioned as an integral unit of the school's Visual Arts Research Studios along with printmaking and photographic facilities, producing collaborative cross-discipline work with guest artists. The research studios are inactive at this time. The press continues its own research program.

    06/24/2011 - 15:30
  • Contract/Publisher/Non-profit Arts Center
    Jose Dominguez
    1981
    8230 Georgia Avenue Silver Springs, MD 20910
    (301) 608-9101
    hello@pyramid-atlantic.org
    intaglio, relief, silkscreen, monoprint, stenciling, hand papermaking, letterpress, digital printing, book binding

    Facilities: One pound and five pound Hollander beaters, 4' x 8' Hillier vacuum table, three hp compressor and pulp sprayer, 22" x 30" and 30" x 40" hydraulic presses, 36" x 60" American French Tool etching press, 36" x 60" Takach-Garfield lithography press, silkscreen, lithography and solar plate equipment and a graphic arts darkroom, a Nuarc Metal Halide Exposure System plate maker, digital imaging equipment, two vandercook 4T proofing presses, a 10" x 15" Chandler and Price letterpress, 58 cases of foundry type, furniture and a printer's saw, Professional Bindery-2 nipping presses, various moulds, deckles and miscellaneous other papermaking, printing, and bookbinding tools and equipment. Hilger vacuum table.

    Pyramid Atlantic’s mission is to promote and nurture artistic excellence through education and collaboration. They are dedicated to teaching hand papermaking, printmaking, digital media and book arts.

    Pyramid Atlantic offers outreach programs for students, professional development programs for teachers, and studio rentals for working artists.

    Classes and artist residencies are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:10
  • Contract/Publisher
    Andre Ribuoli & Jennifer Mahlman
    2009
    (646) 418-4030
    andre.ribuoli@gmail.com
    Digital, relief, intaglio, photo polymer, monoprint

    Ribuoli Digital is a collaborative fine art studio creating innovative original artists’ projects, editions and specialty books. With a primary focus on experimentation and hybrid print techniques, the studio specializes in combining traditional printmaking processes with digital technologies.

    Andre Ribuoli and Jennifer Mahlman founded Ribuoli Digital in New York City in 2009. Over the years they have developed a practice of utilizing digital processes in creating traditional printmaking matrices for the production of traditional and mixed media prints. The studio integrates and combines relief, intaglio, engraving, photopolymer gravure, monotype/monoprint, and digital printing techniques. The studio also incorporates digital embroidery, 3D scanning and printing, digital routering and engraving of various materials, digital paper cutting and artists’ book construction.

    Along with producing and fabricating editions, projects and specialty books for artists, galleries, publishers, museums and other arts organizations, Ribuoli Digital also publishes editions with select mid-career and emerging artists. 
     

    06/24/2011 - 14:02
  • Publisher
    William and Jan van Straaten
    Susan Hover Oehme
    1988
    2760 Acre Lane; Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
    (970) 871-1559
    Etching, monotype

    Riverhouse Editions is the outgrowth of the van Straaten Gallery, one of the country's oldest and largest dealers in contemporary fine prints. Artists spend two to three weeks working with the master printer and staff in the etching studio beside the Elk River. There is a larger workshop near the gallery in the town of Steamboat, where most of the editioning is done.

    06/24/2011 - 14:12
  • Co-operative Workshop
    Phillip Sanders
    Phillip Sanders
    1948
    323 West 39th Street, 2nd Floor; New York, NY 10018
    (646) 416-6226
    rbpmw@efanyc.org
    Lithography, intaglio, relief, monoprint, photo-printmaking, digital printmaking

    Facilities: Three large etching presses and two lithography presses (can print up to 40" x 60"), an acid room with a dedicated ventilation system, and an Anderson-Vreeland processor for photo polymer plates, 2 editioning rooms (1 for etching and 1 for lithography), over 150 lithography stones, miscellaneous other printing tools and equipment, a print archive and a small exhibition space. The digital lab is equipped with 4 of the latest iMacs, CS4 and Epson inkjet printers, 7800 and 1280

    Located in The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop is committed to inspiring and fostering an artistic community of racial, ethnic and cultural diversity for the making of fine prints.

    Classes and workshops are offered

    06/24/2011 - 14:16
  • Gallery/Contract/Publisher
    Robert Brown
    1978
    Washington, DC
    (202) 483-0722
    bob@robertbrowngallery.com
    photography, lithography, intaglio, woodblock

    Robert Brown Gallery has pursued a number of publishing projects in association with David Krut Fine Art and in collaboration with individual artists.

    By appointment only.

    Member of the International Fine Print Dealers' Association.

    No classes/workshops offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:13
  • Contract/Publisher
    Joseph Segura
    1981
    4665 South Ash Avenue Suite G7; Tempe, AZ 85282
    (480) 894-0551
    segura@segura.com
    Lithography, intaglio, monoprint, monotype, collotype, woodcut, photolithography, photography (including 19th century photographic processes such as photogravure, ambrotype, etc.)

    Facilities: 3,500 square foot space with gallery, darkroom, lithography and etching presses.

    Segura Publishing Company produces limited edition prints and monotypes by leading contemporary artists.

    Member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.

    06/24/2011 - 14:21
  • Co-operative Workshop
    Evonne Gallardo
    Jose Alpuche
    1300 East First Street Boyle; Heights, CA 90033
    (323) 881-6444
    info@selfhelpgraphics.com

    SHG is a nationally recognized center for Latino arts that develops and nurtures artists in printmaking. SHG seeks to advance Latino art broadly through programming, exhibitions and outreach to diverse audiences in East Los Angeles and beyond. SHG seeks to identify and engage young and emerging artists from the community in all aspects of its activities.

    Offers classes and workshops

    07/01/2011 - 13:51
  • Publisher
    Sam Coronado
    1993
    6601 Felix Ave.; Austin, TX 78741
    (512) 385-3591
    serie@serieproject.org
    Serigraphy

    The organization offers an Artist in Residence (AIR) program that allows participants to learn the technique and create a limited edition of prints, under the guidance of a Master Printer. Hoping to increase the presence of minorities in the art world, the Serie Project encourages multi-racial participation and two-third of all resident artists are Latino.

    During their stay, the artists gain access to a range of serigraphy equipment and create an edition of 50 prints under the guidance of a Master Printer. They also learn the process of serigraphy in a collaborative workshop setting that fosters an interchange of ideas and experience. All this is achieved at no expense to the artists.

    06/30/2011 - 14:26
  • Publisher
    Bud Shark
    Bud Shark
    1976
    550 Blue Mountain Rd.; Lyons, CO 80540
    (303) 823-9190
    Lithography, woodcut, monotype, relief, metal leaf, chine colle, embossing, three-dimensional lithography

    Facilities: 44" x 84" Takach lithography Press (motorized), photo-lithography facilities

    Shark's Ink is a notable contemporary American print publisher that has been in business for 28 years. Since 1976, Shark's has published prints and multiples by a distinguished group of invited artists.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:23
  • Contract
    1994
    139 North 3rd Street. Philadelphia, PA 19106
    (215) 238-6032
    info@fineartprint.com
    Digital

    Facilities: five Epson printers which can print up to 64" wide by any length on a wide range of paper canvas and other exotic materials. Epson 11880, Epson 9800 44" wide, Epson 9600 44" wide. High-density pigments for an extremely wide color gamut. New formulation of Magenta pigments for extreme blues and purples, High-gloss Microcrystal Encapsulation™ technology for reduced gloss differential, Superior scratch resistance from improved pigment and resin chemistry.

    Silicon was founded upon a unique collaborative printmaking model established by a handful of fine arts workshops and presses in the United States.
    While the tools at Silicon are digital, the philosophy is deeply rooted in the belief that it is the chemistry between the artist and the printmaker that results in the finest work.

    Classes are offered
     

    06/23/2011 - 11:00
  • Co-operative Workshop/Contract/Gallery
    Tom Druecker and Margaret Simpson
    1996
    1906 Miriam St.; Austin, TX 78722
    (512) 477-7204
    info@slugfestprints.com
    Lithography, intaglio, relief, monoprint, photo-printmaking, digital printmaking

    Facilities: 34" x 60" Takach-Garfield electric litho press, a 30" x 50" Brand litho press, a 36" x 60" American French Tool intaglio press, a 12" x 24" Griffin intaglio press, a 20" x 30" Vandercook letterpress, a 17" x 22" proofing press (for woodcuts, linocuts, and type), and a large Nuarc flip top exposure unit (for photo litho and photo etching). The shop also has paper soaking trays, acid baths, an aquatint box, hot plates and work tables. The shop is well lit and air conditioned.

    Slugfest Printmaking Workshop is a collaborative print shop open to artists who wish to create or edition prints independently or with the assistance of Slugfest's printers. Introductory workshops are offered in lithography, relief printing, monotype, book arts and letterpress. Contract printing is done on a limited basis.

    Classes and workshops are offered; open studio access is also available.

    06/24/2011 - 11:20
  • Contract/Publisher
    Judith Solodkin
    Judith Solodkin
    1975
    601 W. 26th St., 2M New York, NY 10001
    (212) 229-9292
    prints@soloimpression.com
    Fine art lithography, letter press, woodcut, special fabrications and complex projects, fabric embroidery, sewing and printing, livres d'artistes (book arts)

    Facilities: Three lithography presses: One measure 45" x 90", Another measure 32" x 52", two letterpresses: One measure 28" x 28", one measures 19" x 21", photo plate-making facilities, 2 relief presses, laminating presses, two sewing machines, one serger, computer facilities.

    The Solo Gallery exhibits fine art prints published by Solo Impression. The workshop specializes in contract printmaking concentrating in a collaborative approach with the artist.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:25
  • Workshop/Gallery
    1026 Arch Street 2nd Floor. Philadelphia PA, 19107
    (215) 574-7360
    screenprint@space1026.com
    Screen-printing

    Space 1026 is a group run gallery and artist collective. They show both emerging and established artists from Philadelphia and across the globe, and strive to create an open-minded gallery space that allows artists to create and install their art without restrictions.
    Internships are offered. Offer screen printing facilities to outside printers on a limited basis for a one time fee per project or for a monthly fee.

     

    06/23/2011 - 10:49
  • University/Co-operative Workshop/Contract/Gallery
    Carlos Francisco Jackson
    2009
    1224 Lemen Ave.; Woodland, CA 95776
    (530) 406-1677
    tana@ucdavis.edu
    Silk-screen

    Taller arte del nuevo amanecer is a collaborative partnership between the Department of Chicana/o Studies at the University of California, Davis and Woodland, a community located 10 miles north of Davis. The Taller offers a fully functioning silkscreen studio, Chicana/o Latina/o Arts exhibition space, and a teaching center for the arts.

    Offers Classes and Artist residencies

    07/01/2011 - 13:44
  • University/Contract/Publisher
    Marjorie Devon
    Bill Lagattuta
    1960
    2500 Central Avenue SE; Albuquerque, NM 87106
    (505) 277-3901
    tamarind@unm.edu
    Lithography, monoprinting

    Tamarind Institute is a center for fine art lithography that trains master printers, engages in teaching and research, and houses a professional collaborative studio for artists. Outreach programs and international projects are offered.

    Offer tours on the first Friday of most months at 1:30 p.m. The tour lasts for approximately 1 1/2 hours and includes information about the history of Tamarind and our current programs an award-winning video, Four Stones for Kanemitsu on the collaborative process; a tour of the workshop with a printing demonstration

    Contract Printing and classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:28
  • University/Publisher
    Paula McCarthy Panczenko
    Andrew Rubin
    1987
    University of Wisconsin; 1734 Commercial Ave.; Madison, WI 53704
    (608) 263-3437
    info@tandempress.wisc.edu
    Intaglio, lithography, relief, photogravure, letterpress, collograph, monoprints

    Facilities: Takach lithography press 40" x 72", Takach Conversion Press 44" x 84", Dake Hydrolic press 48" x 48", Bunch Press 30" x 60", Bunch Press 5' x 12', Vandercook SP15, Vandercook 325G

    Tandem Press is a self-supporting studio which operates under the auspices of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is designed to foster research, collaboration, experimentation, and innovation in the field of printmaking.

    Classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:30
  • Publisher/University/Gallery
    Steve Woodall
    1993
    1104 South Wabash Ave. 2nd floor; Chicago, IL 60605
    Book art, letterpress, offset printing, bookbinding, papermaking, and artists' books

    The Center for Book & Paper Arts (CBPA) was created in 1993 within the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago. CBPA is dedicated to furthering knowledge and appreciation of book art, including letterpress & offset printing, bookbinding, papermaking, and artists' books; we work to preserve historical techniques while promoting research and innovations in the media of book and paper arts.

    Residencies and classes are offered

    06/23/2011 - 10:06
  • Publisher/Museum
    1977
    1214 Arch St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
    (215) 568-1111
    info@fabricworkshopandmuseum.org
    silk-screen printing on fabric

    Facilities: fully equipped photo/video lab, a pigment/dye room, darkroom, and archives
    The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) invites contemporary artists to create new work using experimental materials and techniques. This internationally acclaimed Artist in Residence Program hosts emerging and established regional, national and international contemporary artists who have a demonstrated commitment to innovation and exploration.

    Residencies, Apprentice Training  are offered

     

    06/23/2011 - 11:04
  • Contract/Publisher
    Mike Sims
    1979
    2011 Tracy Avenue; Kansas City, MI 64110
    (816) 471-4848
    admin@lawrencelitho.com
    Lithography, relief

    Facilities: Two motorized lithography presses 33"x72" and 36"x70", one etching press. Total 3600 sq. ft. facility including press room, curating and prep room, and public gallery

    Founded as a contract printing and teaching facility for local and regional artists in Lawrence, Kansas, The LLW has since expanded its operation beyond contract printing to an increased emphasis on publishing regional and national artists. Currently most projects are done on an invitational basis with The LLW acting as the primary publisher or co-publisher with the artists, though contract projects are still accepted.

    No classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:32
  • University/Publisher
    Tomas Vu-Daniel
    Doug Bennett
    1997
    310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806; 2960 Broadway; New York, NY 10027
    (212) 854-7641
    Intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, relief, photography, and digital imaging

    Facilities: A 7,000 sq. ft. studio space with facilities for intaglio, lithography, screen-printing, photography and ceramics.

    Classes are offered.

     

    06/23/2011 - 15:43
  • Workshop
    Lothar Osterburg
    1993
    232 3rd Street, Building B #303; Brooklyn, NY 11215
    (212)-627-0002
    photogravure@earthlink.net
    Photogravure, Etching

    Lothar Osterburg offers platemaking, printing and editioning services as well as steel facing to artists, print shops and publishers.

    Classes are offered

    06/23/2011 - 16:01
  • Visual Arts Community/Gallery
    Jon Buonaccorsi and Shea'la Finch
    2004
    P.O. Box 2413; Providence, RI 02906
    curator@tinyshowcase.com
    Digital

    The goal of Tiny Showcase is to create a forum and community for emerging artists and art viewers on a budget: is enables artists to showcase their talent while also making it possible for less wealthy art enthusiasts to purchase the art. Each week, Tiny Art's directors select a new piece of small-scale artwork and send it to the digital artwork reproduction braintrust IO Lanbs, Inc. to be transformed into a limited edition print series. The prints are then sold for around the same price as a book, CD or record. A percentage of the money earned form each sale is also donated to a charity chosen by the artist.

    No classes/workshops offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:36
  • Contract/Publisher
    David Lasry
    1994
    476 Broadway, 3rd floor; New York, NY 10013
    (212) 965-8598
    info@twopalms.us
    Intaglio, relief, monoprint

    Two Palms Press publishes and produces prints and other works in collaboration with noted contemporary artists.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:34
  • Publisher
    Bill and Larissa Goldston
    1957
    1446 North Clinton Ave.; Bay Shore, NY 11706
    (631) 665-2291
    prints@ulae.com
    Lithography, intaglio, woodblock, wood engraving, silkscreen, photogravure

    Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE) a fine art print publisher, was formally established in 1957 by Tatyana Grosman in a small cottage on Long Island. Today, by invitation, ULAE collaborates with invited artists to make limited edition prints and artists' books.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:37
  • Contract/Publisher
    Marjorie Van Dyke and Deborah Freedman
    Marjorie Van Dyke
    1999
    37-18 Northern Blvd, Suite LL009. Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718)786-5553
    info@vandeb.com
    Intaglio, relief
    06/24/2011 - 14:39
  • Contract/Publisher/Gallery
    Wade Wilson and Caroline Tyson
    2006
    4411 Montrose Blvd., Suite 200; Houston, TX 77006
    (713) 521- 2977

    Wade Wilson Art is a gallery that specializes in art pertaining to minimalism, modernism, and concrete. Its subsidiary organization, Wade Wilson Art Editions, commissions printed work in a variety of printmaking media.

    06/24/2011 - 14:40
  • Contract/Publisher
    Maryanne Ellison Simmons
    1627 Washington Ave. #802; St. Louis, MO 63103
    (314) 436-4316
    Collograph, woodcut, lithography, monoprint

    Facilities: press size: 5' x 10'

    Wildwood Press specializes in small editions of large mixed media prints.

    No classes are offered.

    06/24/2011 - 14:43
  • Contract/Publisher
    Peter Pettengill
    Jillian Dy and Caitlin Riordan
    Raphael Griswold
    1985
    941 Northfield Road; Hinsdale, NH 03451
    (603) 239-8223
    wingates@worldpath.net
    Etching, relief, monotype

    Facilities: 2000 sq. ft. studio with one 36 x 60 inch American French Tool etching press, one 40 x 70 inch Ledeuil etching press, aquatint box and oven to accommodate 30 x 40 inch plates, steel-facing tank that will accommodate a 30 x 40 inch plate, and print dryer with 48 x 48 inch capacity.

    Located in an old dairy barn on farmland in the Connecticut River valley of southwestern New Hampshire, Wingate Studio publishes and produces original prints in collaboration with contemporary artists and print publishers.

    No classes are offered but internship opportunities are available.

    06/24/2011 - 14:44
  • Co-operative Workshop
    Ashley Salinas
    PO Box 33271; Austin, TX 78764
    info@womenPrintmakers.com
    Intaglio, relief, monoprint

    Facilities: Takach Press (bed measures 29 5/8" x 48"), Rosin Box (custom built), Light Box, Hot Plate.

    An organization dedicated to encouraging women to actively pursue artistic expression through printmaking and to promote community through annual exhibits, regular meetings, and outreach projects. Our objective is to expand the audience for Fine Art Printmaking by increasing public awareness of historical traditions and contemporary techniques.

    06/24/2011 - 14:55
  • Arts Organization/Workshop
    Ann Kalmbach
    1974
    PO Box 489; Rosendale, NY 12472
    (845) 658-9133
    info@wsworkshop.org
    Papermaking, letterpress, etching, silkscreen, book arts, photography, ceramics

    Facilities: The Women's Studio Workshop is an establishment for women and men alike. This facility has a variety of studios, including a 900 sq. ft. screen-printing studio equipped with a selection of screens measuring up to 3' x 4', photo facilities for work measuring up to 30" x 40", and miscellaneous other silkscreen tools and equipment, a 1200 sq. ft. etching studio equipped with 2 Charles brand presses (30" x 50", 28" x 48"), a variety of rollers, an acid room, and various other etching equipment, a 1000 sq. ft. papermaking studio equipped with a Hollander Beater, hydraulic press, and a variety of moulds and deckles, a letterpress studio equipped with an 11" x 18" Chandler and Price platen press, 2 book presses, a 14" x 20" Vandercoook proof press, a variety of typefaces and miscellaneous other equipment, as well as studios for ceramics and photography.

    Classes, workshops, artist-in-residence grants, a Summer Arts Institute, and an internship program are offered. The Women's Studio Workshop also provides fellowship opportunities, retreats, private instruction, and studio rentals.

    06/24/2011 - 14:45
  • Contract/Publisher
    Conrad Ross
    PO Box 2311 Auburn, AL 36830
    (334) 887-6836
    jcro@wycrosspress.com
    Relief, lithography, intaglio, silkscreen

    Wycross Press publishes unique limited-edition multiples and is devoted to experimental printmaking. Assisted workshop rentals are available for a daily fee.

    No classes are offered

    06/24/2011 - 14:47
  • Workshop/Contract
    Liz Chalfin
    221 Pine St. Studio 320; Florence, MA 01062
    (413) 584-1783
    liz@zeamaysprintmaking.com
    Intaglio, relief, monotype, with an emphasis on non-toxic materials

    Facilities: 2,000 sq. ft. studio featuring 2 Takach-Garfield etching presses (32" x 60", 24" x 40"), a 24" x 34" Praga etching press, small book press, UV plate exposure unit (40" x 50" bed), airbrush booth, full plate processing facilities, vertical etching tank with ferric chloride, and an exhibition space.

    Zea Mays is a workshop dedicated to developing and promoting the use of safer, less toxic printmaking techniques. Located in the in the Arts and Industry Building in Florence, Massachusetts, the workshop offers many educational programs, and is also available for contract printing.

    Classes and workshops are offered. Open studio access is available for qualified artists.

    06/24/2011 - 14:48