ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

American Print Alliance
www.printalliance.org
A non-profit consortium of printmakers’ councils. Publishes Contemporary
Impressions and  Guide to Printmaking, Papermaking and Book Arts
Workshops in Canada
and the United States.
Boston Printmakers
www.bostonprintmakers.org
Sponsors exhibitions, including a print biennial, and a newsletter.
Honolulu Printmakers 
www.honoluluprintmakers.org
Membership organization. Publishes a newsletter and sponsors exhibitions,
workshops and classes.
International Print Center New York
www.ipcny.org
A nonprofit institution devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding
of historical and contemporary fine art prints. Sponsors exhibitions
and educational programs.
Londonprintstudio,
www.londonprintstudio.org.uk
A nonprofit organization that provides services to
artists and the public, including exhibitions and educational programs,
open-access to printmaking facilities, and digital services.
Los Angeles Printmaking Society
www.laprintmakers.com
Sponsors exhibitions, publications, catalogs, and special programs.
Maintains an online gallery for members.
Mid America Print Council
www.midamericaprintcouncil.org
Membership organization. Sponsors exhibitions, educational programs,
and an Opportunities Board.

Monotype Guild of New England
www.mgne.org
Dedicated to furthering the art of monotype and monprint throrugh education,
exhibitions, seminars, and workshops. Open to New England artists. Pittsburgh Print Group 
www.pittsburghprintgroup.com
Affiliated with the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Provides vehicles for
local printmakers to exhibit and sell through work. Sponsors educational programs.

Print Arts Northwest 
www.printartsnw.org
Juried membership organization for printmakers throughout the
Northwest United States & Canada.

The Print Center
www.printcenter.org
Based in Philadelphia. Sponsors exhibitions and educational programs.

Printmaking Council of New Jersey 
www.printnj.org
Nonprofit membership organization that sponsors exhibitions,
educational programs, and a studio rental program

PUBLICATIONS ARE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

How to Profit from the Art Print Market
Author/Editor: Barney Davey
Written to help artists understand the world of prints. Covers a wide range of
issues, including the economics of self-publishing, examples of successful
self-published artists, finding and working with a publisher, marketing and
selling self-published prints, and more.
Publisher: Bold Star Communications
Publication Date: Revised 2011
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Modern Printmaking: A Guide to Traditional and Digital Techniques
Author: Sylvie Covie.
An all-in-one guide examines the history and contemporary processes of relief,
intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, mixed media, digital transfers, and
post-digital graphics. Features step-by-step examples alongside representative
works and profiles of top printmaking artists.

Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Publication Date: 2016
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Monotype: Mediums and Methods for Painterly Printmaking
Author/Editor: Julia Ayres
Covers a brief history of monotype, a comprehensive chapter on materials, and
step-by-step instructions are accompanied by examples of monotype prints.
Publisher: Watson Guptill Publications
Publication Date: 2001
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Post-Digital Printmaking: CNC, Traditional and Hybrid Techniques
Authors: Paul Catanese and Angela Geary
Establishes Post-Digital Printmaking as a distinct area of printmaking practice
both technically and conceptually. This contemporary practice incorporates the
strengths of both digital and traditional, resulting in hybrid printmaking techniques.

Publisher: A&C Black
Publication Date: 2012 
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Practical Mixed-Media Printmaking
Author: Sarah Riley
Includes instructions on all of the main printmaking techniques, as well as
examples of inspirational works by the author and other contemporary
printmakers. Covers a wide range of techniques such as inexpensive intaglio
and relief processes, pronto-plate lithography, using digital images as layers in
unique prints, simple screenprinting, low cost collographs, plexi-plate drypoint,
monoprinting from plastic sheets, and using inexpensive stencil materials.

Publisher: A&C Black
Publication Date: 2012 
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Printmaking: A Compete Guide to Materials and Processes
Author/Editor: Beth Grabowski and Bill Fick
Covers the fundamental printmaking techniques including relief, intaglio, collagraph,
lithography, screen print and monoprint. The book outlines current practices in
the contemporary print studio, including integrating digital processes with
all techniques. In addition to technical information, the book explores the
processes and functions of print media that inform the very strategy of art-making.
It considers the “how” and the “why” of printmaking as an artistic practice.
Publisher: Pearson Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
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Printmaking Revolution: New Advancements in Technology, Safety, and Sustainability
Author: Dwight Pogue
A tome of the newest advances in printmaking for today’s environmentally
conscious artists and master printers. Provides recommendations for safer,
environmentally friendly and non-carcinogenic methods for creating prints.
Includes groundbreaking information on embracing green, petroleum-free,
nontoxic materials that comply with the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.

Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Publication Date: 2012 
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Printworld Directory 2015. Contemporary Prints & Prices
Author/Editor: Edited by Selma Smith
Publisher: Printworld International, Inc.
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WEBSITES
The Baren Woodcut Forum.
www.barenforum.org
An organization established to exchange information about
for woodblock printmaking.

Printeresting Archive
http://archive.printeresting.org
Analyzes the role of print in contemporary culture, drawing new
connections between art, design, and current events. The archive

features more than 2,000 posts from seven years of blogging by
countless authors.

Woodblock
www.woodblock.com
A forum for woodblock printmakers that includes information on tools,
materials, suppliers, technical tips, information exchange, and printmaker’s
web sites.