Studio Two Three is an artistic community in Richmond, VA that facilitates production, education and innovation in printmaking by providing an accessible workspace and engaging the public through workshops, exhibitions and outreach.
Manière Noire is a print studio/gallery run by Majla Zeneli in Berlin, Germany and dedicated almost exclusively to the mezzotint technique/process.
Sagamie is a non-profit, artist run, printmaking space in Alma, Quebec, Canada offering services for the production of high end digital prints. The studio also exhibits work regularly and offers many residency opportunities for local and international artists.
5 + 5 Gallery is a print gallery/printmaking studio in Brooklyn, NY. The 5 + 5 Gallery specializes in works on paper by established American, Australian, and Italian artists. The gallery publishes works by young emerging artists encouraging them to experiment in printmaking. To date they have published over 20 titles of Artists’ Books, printed in collaboration with both known and emerging artists.
Two Rivers Printmaking Studio is a studio in White River Junction, VT that supports working artists in their exploration of both traditional and experimental printmaking. Through workshops, lectures and exhibits, they encourage interest in the art and history of the fine arts print — for the general public as well as for artists.
Anna Fewster is a letterpress printer and book artist based in Brighton, UK she hand prints made-to-order letterpress books and booklets, posters and broadsides, etc. using old metal type, fine cotton papers, antique copper printing blocks and linoleum and wood cut blocks.
East London Printmakers is a group of contemporary artist-printmakers based in Hackney, East London. ELP manage a spacious and modern printmaking studio with open access, organise exhibitions for members and run workshops and educational programmes for members and the general public.
Forth Estate is a studio in Brooklyn NY that produces editioned works by emerging artists using both traditional and technologically innovative approaches to printmaking. Forth Estate prints are in the collections of the New York Public Library, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Newark Public Library, and the Jundt Art Museum.