Community Print Studio
The Print Studio is located on the lower level of the Art Center. It holds classes in many types of printmaking techniques and offers community members the opportunity to use print equipment and studio space by the hour or by the month. Monthly members have 24-hour access to the space. The Print Studio uses non-toxic, water-based inks.
Print Studio members can enjoy full access to the work space and equipment, which includes: etching press, silkscreen light box, two sinks, print rack, large tables, 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.
Contact Studio manager Tiffany Hokanson at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to get your membership started!
Summer Special for Monthly Membership
Love to print? Now’s the time to join the Print Studio as a member. During June, July, and August we are offering a special monthly membership price: $40 a month. Contact studio manager Tiffany Hokanson for more information at email@example.com. Looking forward to seeing you in the studio!
Print Studio Resident Artist Program
We are seeking applicants for our Artist in Residence program. Each quarter, the Print Studio will host one resident artist. The requirements are to spend 45 hours working in the Print Studio during AAC business hours during the three-month residency period. The resident artist will have full 24-hour access to the studio at no cost (materials not included) and will spend their time creating a cohesive body of work that will be shown in the studio during the First Friday Art Walk at the end of the residency. Resident artists will also interact with visitors and members while working in the studio.
July – September 2013 Applications Due: June 8, 2013
Resident Artist recipient will be notified by June 15, 2013
Print Studio Monitor Program
We are also seeking an interns to serve as Print Studio Monitors. Monitors will switch every quarter. Monitors will spend 50 hours in the studio during their three-month session. They will host a weekly Open Studio, perform studio maintenance tasks, and be a great ambassador for the studio to the community. Monitors will receive full 24-hour access during their time as Studio Monitor and will have the opportunity to sell their print work out of the studio at a 90% artist commission.
July – September 2013 Applications due: June 8, 2013
Studio Monitor recipient will be notified by June 15, 2013
NEWS! Kay Hagen was awarded the Print Studio Resident Artist Position for the April – June 2013 Spring session. Find out more about Kay and her work here.