Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop

Part of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in New York, NY is a 4,000 sq. ft. lithography, intaglio, relief, and digital printmaking workspace. The studio offers membership opportunities, work exchange programs and contract services. They produce fine art prints for individual artists, galleries, foundations, and institutions as well as their own published works available through the shop. Additionally RBPMW offers ongoing classes and workshops.

Jyväskylä Centre for Printmaking

The Jyväskylä Centre for Printmaking in Jyväskylä, Finland provides functional and inexpensive facilities for professional printmakers, as well as guided services for artists and the promotion of printmaking through exhibitions at its Galleria Harmonia. The studio supports intaglio, relief-printing, lithography and screenprinting, plus has a special guest room for visiting artists.

Kala Art Institute

Kala Art Institue is an international workshop in Berkeley, CA. The studio facilities include a printshop which facilitates a variety of traditional and new print processes, as well as a digital media center and an exhibition gallery. Kala offers residency opportunities, various calls for entries and a great “artist-in-schools” program.

Atlanta Printmakers Studio

Atlanta Printmakers Studio

Atlanta Printmakers Studio in Atlanta, GA exists to provide studio space and equipment for artist-renters and offers community outreach through classes, workshops and exhibitions in order to enhance the understanding of and appreciation for printmaking.

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Print Center

20 June 2008 — Posted in Intaglio,Monoprints

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Print Center

The ICA Print Center in San Jose, CA is a provides a studio for education, experimentation and production of artworks in a progressive printmaking environment. The studio, equipped for intaglio and monotype projects offers workshops, open-access days, artist-in-residence programs and private instruction with master printers.

Flying Horse Editions

Flying Horse Editions

Flying Horse Editions is the fine arts press at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. The studio is a non-profit publisher of museum-quality, limited-edition art books and prints by internationally renowned artists and authors. The studio provides artists with a range of resources from letterpress to laser-cutting.

Pele Prints


Pele Prints is a collaborative fine arts printmaking studio in Saint Louis, MO. The studio is open to contract work and publishes work each year by a select few artists from various disciplines, with any level of printmaking experience. Works typically involve relief, etching, photo-litho and screenprinting, but artists are encouraged to experiment and take advantage of the studi0’s large format presses. Additionally the studio offers a simple yearly limited-edition subscription plan for print collectors.

Pyramid Atlantic


Pyramid Atlantic is a non-profit art center in Silver Spring, MD. The studio focuses on papermaking, printmaking and the book arts producing and selling artist editions. Additionally Pyramid Atlantic offers ongoing outreach services, workshops, educational programs and artist residencies, hosts exhibitions and offers studio space rentals – all supported through its volunteers and various levels of membership.

Highpoint Center for Printmaking


Highpoint Center for Printmaking is a non-profit art center dedicated to advancing the art of printmaking. Highpoint provides educational programs, community access, and collaborative publishing opportunities. Located in Minneapolis, MN Highpoint’s 4,000 sq. ft. printshop includes a classroom area and a gallery space for ongoing exhibitions of prints. The studio provides resources for monoprints, intaglio, relief printing, lithography and screenprinting.

Shark’s Ink


Since 1976, Shark’s Ink based in Lyons, CO has published prints and multiples by a distinguished group of artists. Techniques used in the studio have included lithography; monotype- using watercolor, oil pastels and other materials; metal leaf, chine collé, embossing and collage, as well as innumerable innovations for cutting and printing woodblocks and other relief prints; and the engineering and construction of three-dimensional lithographs.

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