Lower East Side Printshop

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Founded 1968
New York, United States


Lower East Side Printshop, founded in 1968, is a premier not-for-profit printmaking studio in New York City that helps contemporary artists create new artwork and advance their careers. Through the Printshop’s workspace residency programs, artists receive space and time to work, stipends, technical assistance, career development, and public exposure. With its exhibitions, Editions/Artists’ Books Fair, education, and other public programs, the Printshop serves as a junction for artists, collectors, museums, galleries, and educational institutions to access and engage in contemporary art.

Local Information

The Printshop is located on West 37th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues. We are wheelchair accessible. Business hours access: 307 W. 36th St. and 306 W. 37th St. Evening and weekend access: 307 W. 36th St. only. Take the elevators closest to the West 37th St. entrance to the 6th floor. By Subway: A-C-E: 34th Street and 8th Avenue 1-2-3: 34th Street and 7th Avenue B-D-F-M-N-Q-R: 34th Street and Herald Square Regional trains: Penn Station (LIRR, Amtrak, NJT, Path) at 34th Street and 8th Avenue.

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