Community Print Studio

Ashland Art Center Print Studio

AAC Print Studio

The Print Studio is located on the lower level of Ashland Art Center. We offer special techniques classes and workshops as well as drop-in Open Lab sessions. We have Print Studio Membership on an hourly and monthly basis. Monthly members have 24-hour access to the space.

Print Studio Members can enjoy full access to the work space and equipment, which includes: an etching press, a silkscreen light box, two sinks, a print rack, large tables, and various tools and equipment for dry point, silk-screening, lino-cut, wood-cut, mono-printing, and experimental printing.  Additional inks and supplies are available for sale in the Central Art Supply satellite store on the main level of the Art Center.

Learn more about Print Studio Membership here

Download a Print Studio Membership Application here: Choose either Part-time or Full-time

Contact Studio manager Tiffany Hokanson at with questions or to get your membership started!

Drop-In Open Labs

Rust Prints book by Tiffany Hokanson


Mondays from 10 am – 1 pm print with studio manager Tiffany Hokanson. Receive instruction and support in linoleum etching, wood block prints, experimental prints, and collagraph.



"Where the Trees Met the Ocean" Digital Print Layered with Woodcut by Shannon Yost


Fridays from 11 am – 2 pm print with studio monitor Shannon Yost. Receive instruction and support in dry point, hard ground, soft ground, lino, woodblock, and etching. Also, if interested in learning hand-printing, Shannon can show you a simplified version of the traditional Japanese Woodblock Printmaking -moku hanga.




Print Studio Artist-in-Residence

"Bird in Tree" by Kay Hagen

“Bird in Tree” by Kay Hagen

We are seeking applicants for our Artist-in-Residence program. Each quarter, the Print Studio awards an artist with three months of free Print Studio Membership, with 24-hour access to the studio, so he or she can create a cohesive body of work that will be exhibited in the studio during the First Friday Art Walk at the end of their residency session. Their art will be shown throughout the month after their First Friday exhibition. The AIR is required to spend 45 hours working in the Print Studio during AAC business hours during their session. The AIR can exhibit and sell their work in the studio and is asked to hold a weekly Open Lab for which he or she earns income as an instructor.

Applications will be available for the January – March 2014 Winter Session soon.


Print Studio Monitor

Q Quast

Photo Etching by Q Quast


The Print Studio has a Monitor position that gives an artist free Print Studio Membership with 24-hour access to the studio in exchange for 50 hours working in the studio during a three-month period. Monitors hold a weekly Open Studio, perform studio maintenance tasks, and are fabulous ambassadors for the Print Studio to the community. The Monitor also has the opportunity to sell their print work out of the studio.

This position has been filled.