3 Fish Studio
San Francisco, CA 415-865-0420
Linocut printmaking classes every weekend.
Academy of Art College
San Francisco, CA 1-800-544-ARTS
Angels Gate Cultural Center
San Pedro, California 310-519-0936
Fully equipped printmaking studio for intaglio, relief, monotype, and silkscreen printing.
The Art Institute of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA 415-865-0198
California College of the Arts
Oakland and San Francisco, CA
Fallbrook School of the Arts
Fallbrook, CA 760.728.7383
Kala Art Institute
Berkeley, CA 510-549-2977
Laguna College of Art & Design
Laguna Beach, CA 800-255-0762
Pacific Art League
Palo Alto, CA 650-321-3891
Mission Viejo, CA 949-582-4500
Center for Contemporary Printmaking
Norwalk, CT 203-899-7999
Classes are offered in every kind of printmaking, including monotype and woodblock.
Creative Arts Workshop
New Haven, CT
A nonprofit regional center for education in the visual
arts, including instruction in relief printmaking and moku hanga.
Keiji Shinohara teaches printmaking here. In the summer he teaches workshops around the country.
Academy Art Center, Honolulu, HI (on Oahu) 808-536-3181
Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center
Makawao, HI (on Maui) 808-572-6560
Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture sponsors The Donkey Mill Art Center
Holualoa, HI (on the Big Island) 808-322-3362 www.donkeymillartcenter.org
Bluegrass Printmakers' Cooperative
Their mission is to be a thriving studio for printmakers
to work; hold classes, demonstrations, and workshops;
and give printmakers an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work.
Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Cambridge, MA 617-547-6789
Rutland, MA 774-578-2688
Classes and workshops include woodcut, stone and Century Plate lithography. Studio/press rental,
contract/collaborative printing and special projects are also offered.
The Museum School of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Provincetown, MA 508-487-1750
Williamsburg, MA 413-268-3101
Ray Hudson and Matt Brown teach many of the printmaking classes here
Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill Mission
Truro, MA 508-349-7511
University of Massachusetts, Department of Art and Art History
offers both BFA and MFA degrees in printmaking.
Zea Mays Printmaking
Florence, MA 413-584-1783
Classes and individualized instruction are offered.
Turquoise Turtle Print Studio
Bay St Louis, MS 228-467-1007
New Jersey Center for Visual Arts
Summit, NJ 908-273-9121
Old Church Cultural Center School of Art
Demerest, NJ 201-767-7160
Printmaking Center of New Jersey
Branchburg, NJ 908-725-2110
Making Art Safely
Santa Fe, NM
Emphasis is on better studio practices and safer materials.
New Grounds Print Workshop
Classes available in collograph, etching,
mezzotint, photogravure, relief and monotype.
The Printmaking Center, Santa Fe University of Art and Design
with campuses in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM
Santa Fe: 800-456-2673 and 505-473-6133
The Institute of American Indian Arts
Santa Fe, NM 505-820-7875 www.iaiancad.org
Studio and guest apartment for private or shared workshops. Santa Fe, NM 505-984-0827
or email Ron Pokrasso at email@example.com
The Art League of Long Island
Dix Hills, NY 631-462-5400
The Center for Book Arts
New York, NY 212-481-0295
Cumberland Adult Center
Great Neck, NY 516-773-1713
The Ink Shop Printmaking Center
Ithica, NY 607-277-3884
Lower East Side Printshop
New York, NY 212-673-5390
Offers one or two Hanga classes each year, usually six weeks long
Manhattan Graphics Center
New York, NY 212-219-8783
Pratt Institute and Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute
New York, Brooklyn and Utica, NY
Woodstock School of Art
Woodstock, NY 845-679-2388
Women's Studio Workshop
Rosendale, NY 845-658-9133
Crows Shadow Institute of the Arts
Pendleton, OR 541-276-3954
Crow's Shadow Press pairs local & nationally known artists with trained
master printers to produce limited edition and one-of-a-kind
prints and artist's books.
Jumpstart Teacher Institute
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
The Institute is open to k-12 teachers and includes
a session on moku hanga with Yuji Hiratsuka.
Oregon College of Art & Craft
Portland, OR 503-297-5544
Printmaking classes are usually offered year-round.
PCC (Portland Community College)
PCC offers classes in all forms of printmaking, including woodcut. Japanese printmaking is included
in some of Josh Hulst's classes at the Cascade campus.
PNCA (Pacific Northwest College of Art)
Portland, OR 503-226-4391
During the regular school year, PNCA offers classes
in all forms of printmaking, including relief and monoprint.
A week-long Japanese printmaking class is offered
during the summer session.
Rogue Gallery and Art Center
Medford OR 541-772-8118
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
Otis, OR 541-994-5485
Located on the Oregon coast, this school offers a wide
range of classes every summer, including ones on printmaking
and moku hanga. Residencies for one week to four months
are also available.
The Print Center
Philadelphia, PA 215-735-6090
The Print Center is a non-profit gallery whose mission
is to support printmaking and photography. Workshops
and critiques are offered.
Frogman's Press & Gallery
Founder Lloyd Menard's son Jeremy now directs the two week-long Print & Paper Workshops. In addition to
making art, participants can go bowling, sing karaoke, exchange prints and even receive academic credit through
the University of South Dakota. By all accounts, it's a blast.
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Gatlinburg, Tennessee 865.436.5860
Print Studio 250, part of Burlington
City Arts in Burlington, VT offers printmaking classes as
well as a fully equipped open studio. ww.burlingtoncityarts.org
Two Rivers Printmaking Studio
in White River Junction, Vermont offers membership to
artists and amateurs who are interested in learning and
exploring new and traditional forms of printmaking and presents
ongoing classes, workshops, lectures, field trips, and exhibitions
in the art of the print. www.tworiversprintmaking.com