The Lower East Side Printshop offers 4,000 sq.
ft. of printmaking workspace in two studios and two workrooms.
The facility is located on the 6th Floor of an industrial building
facing West 37th Street in New York City. Both studios are filled with northern
light. They have concrete floors and 11 ft. ceilings. Passenger
elevators are available 24/7, and freight elevators are available
during regular business hours M-F, 8am-5pm. Most of the studio
furniture and equipment were purchased in spring 2005 or later.
The shared Artists Studio, with the adjacent etching/solvent
room and the darkroom, is accessible 24/7 for participating artists
and class students. Facilities are available for intaglio, relief,
monoprint, waterbased silkscreen techniques, photo and digital
processes, and other techniques that employ the tools at hand.
The Collaborations Studio is accessible M-F 10am 6pm to
participating artists. Facilities are available for intaglio,
relief, monoprint, waterbased silkscreen, digital techniques,
photo and digital processes, and other techniques that employ the
tools at hand. For more info on our digital facility click here.
The solvent/etching room is accessible 24/7 to participating artists.
It has adjustable exhaust ventilation. Only ferric chloride solution
is used for etching.
The darkroom is accessible 24/7 to participating artists. It has
adjustable exhaust ventilation.
Matthew Day Jackson with artists in residence in the Artists' Studio
James Miller on the screenprinting press in the Collaborations