I love having access to not
only the facilities, the
expertise, but also the
community — people at the
printshop, other artists, renters, class participants,
teachers, workshop people,
etc, etc. All around it’s been
such a positive, energetic,
dynamic, hard-working and
fantastic community to be a
part of (sharing of resources,
information, etc, etc).
working on his collages with printers James Miller and Aurora De Armendi assisting, August 2010.
Lower East Side Printshop
is a premier non-profit New York City printmaking studio supporting contemporary artists of all career and artistic backgrounds in creation of new work. Support includes facilities, time, financial, and technical assistance.
Services include residencies—independent and collaborative--exhibitions, prints for sale, education in printmaking and career advancement skills, and peer-to-peer support.
With its exhibitions, open
studios, education, and other public programs, the Printshop serves
as a junction for artists, collectors, museums, galleries, and
educational institutions to access and engage in contemporary art.
over 160 artists served each year, the Printshop is the largest
printmaking workspace in the U.S.
Thanks for the sponsorship!
Atrist Kate Temple conducts a workshop "Sustainability: An Artist's Life," for emerging artists, June 2011.
Installation view of "The Future
Must be Sweet: Lower East Side Printshop Celebrates 40 Years " exhibition
at IPCNY, September-October 2008.