The Lower East Side Printshop is a not-for-profit print shop on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The print shop has been in operation since the late sixties and continues to provide it’s vast resources for both emerging and established artists. Facilities are available for members, artists-in-residence and contract clients. In addition to its technical education, the print shop also promotes and offers guidance in the collection of contemporary prints.
Briar Press is an amazing online community for all things letterpress. Abundant in information, imagery, classifieds and discussions.
Very limited info exists on The Highfield Art Club. We can only hope they are still in operation. Highfield has been producing screenprinted show posters for local entertainment in Harare, Zimbabwe for over 20 years using very basic techniques, as well as fabulous hand-lettering. A good article can also be found in issue 59 of Eye.
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.