Dieu Donné Papermill is a non-profit artist workspace in New York, NY dedicated to the creation, promotion, and preservation of contemporary art in the hand papermaking process. Although, not a printmaking studio, collaboration with printmakers is common and many artists produce “printed” editions using dyed pulps with stencils or wide mesh silkscreen fabrics.
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.
The Brodsky Center is part of the Department of Visual Arts, Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick, NJ. The facilities provide capability for working in all print media-digital, intaglio, lithography, silk screen, relief, papermaking, photo processes, letterpress and books. The center produces editions for artists internationally, developing new techniques in the process. Additionally the center offers many internship and residency opportunities.