International Print Center New York (IPCNY) is New York’s flagship non-profit arts institution dedicated to the innovative presentation of prints by emerging, established, national, and international artists. Founded in 2000, the print center is a vibrant hub and exhibition space located in New York’s Chelsea gallery district. IPCNY’s artist-centered approach engages the medium in all its varied potential, and includes guest-curated exhibitions that present dynamic, new scholarship as well as biannual New Prints open calls for work created in the last twelve months
The Wood Engravers’ Network fosters education and creates a resource for wood engravers and the practice of wood engraving. WEN publishes the biannual journal called the Block & Burin, a website, a membership booklet, exhibition catalogs, and occasionally special collaborative projects like fine press books of members’ original prints called Here We Are, and Surroundings.
The Print Council of America is a professional organization of print specialists with a current membership of over 270 individuals most of whom represent collections of works of art on paper throughout the United States and Canada. While the organization is comprised primarily of museum curators, it also includes university professors, conservators of works on paper, and independent scholars with a strong commitment to the study of prints.
Through its network, online presence, and public programs, the IFPDA fosters knowledge and stimulates discussion about collecting prints in the public sphere and the global art community. The IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair, held annually in New York City, is the largest and most celebrated art fair dedicated to the artistic medium of printmaking.
Dedicated to the art of the unique print, the Monotype Guild of New England is a national, nonprofit organization that fosters understanding and appreciation of monotypes and monoprints. It sponsors exhibitions, workshops, and other special programs for its members and the public.
They organize traveling shows and member shows, which always debut in the Boston Area and provide further cultural and learning opportunities to Boston and greater New England. Their traveling shows highlight works by members from U.S., Canada and Mexico and exhibit the breadth and diversity of printmaking today. They also support international exchanges and sharing through printmaking exhibitions and travel opportunities that bring us beyond North America.
They focus on fine letterpress printing, whether from wood, metal, or (lets face it...) plastic! They offer services in from in-house polymer plate making, to custom die-cutting, hot foil stamping, and bookbinding.
AS220 is a non-profit community arts organization located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. They offer artists opportunities to live, work, exhibit and perform in our facilities, including: four rotating gallery spaces, a performance stage, a black box theater, a print shop, a darkroom and media arts lab, a fabrication and electronics lab, a dance studio, a youth program focusing on youth under state care and in the Rhode Island juvenile detention facility, 47 affordable live/work studios for artists, and a bar and restaurant.