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Organizations Support Printmaking

Organizations Supporting Printmaking

Traditional Printmaking is alive and well in the USA.  As usual, Google will produce an overwhelming list or web sites.  The list below is a diverse sampling or .org and .edu sites of interest.

 

American Print Alliance

www.printalliance.org/

The American Print Alliance is a consortium of non-profit printmakers' councils in the United States and Canada. The Alliance sponsors national and international projects, like this website and traveling exhibitions. Alliance funding comes primarily from subscriptions to our journal, Contemporary Impressions. By supporting the Alliance with your subscription, you also get an advocacy organization, exhibitions, resource publications, and more.

California Society of Printmakers

www.caprintmakers.org/

The CSP is an international membership organization of print artists and supporters of the art of fine printmaking. It promotes professional development and opportunity for printmakers, and educates artists and the public about printmaking.

Los Angeles Printmaking Society

www.laprintmaking.com/site/home

LAPS is a national non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California dedicated to the encouragement of printmaking, the interests of artists who make prints and the general advancement of printmaking in public awareness and education

Atelier Presse Papier

www.pressepapier.ca/English

Located in the centre of Quebec, the Presse Papier artist-run centre was founded in 1979, in order to meet the creative needs of a group of young and enthusiastic artists. The studio has now become a multi-disciplinary workshop.

Society of American Graphic Artists

www.sagaprints.org

SAGA is a service organization and has sponsored national and international exhibitions since 1922. Other activities include demonstrations and service events, such as a symposium on health hazards in the arts. SAGA traveling exhibitions have been shown in many museums and universities. Some exhibitions have circulated internationally under the auspices of the United States Information Agency.

 

The American Color Print Society  

http://www.americancolorprintsociety.org/

Non-profit National Organization founded in Philadelphia, 1939. The ACPS accepts black and white prints as well as color prints. Although membership is by invitation, some exhibitions are open.  There are prints, statements and biographies available.

Archives of American Art

www.aaa.si.edu/

Archives of the Smithsonian Institution.  The Archives today is the world's pre-eminent and most widely used research center dedicated to collecting, preserving, and providing access to primary sources that document the history of the visual arts in America.

 

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