Atlanta Printmakers Studio is a non-profit community printmaking studio located in the historic West End neighborhood just minutes from downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 2005 to promote the fine art of printmaking, the studio offers access to a well-equipped studio and diverse educational programs that foster the development of printmaking as a vibrant and progressive art form.

Each year APS provides the community with a variety of experiences such as classes, workshops, residencies, internships and exhibitions. In addition to activities in the studio, APS offers a continuing calendar of outreach events to serve the local community. We welcome all artists and the general public to join us in creating, learning about, and collecting fine art prints.

Emerging Artist Residency applications now be accepted. Learn more....

Sterne Educational Scholarship applications now be accepted. Learn more...

Upcoming Opportunities for Printmakers:

Organized by APS, but open to all printmakers everywhere!
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Annual APS Members Exhibition
All current APS members are eligible for this show!
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Current Exhibits:

Ex Libris: Bookplates, An Exhibition of Bookplates
BookWorks Gallery at Asheville BookWorks Exhibition on view until mid-September 2014    Learn more...

Transferred: Ink to Paper/Teacher to Student
Blue Mark Studios
Exhibition on view until October 24, 2014
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APS opened the studio in the historic Metropolitan Warehouses near downtown Atlanta on November 2006. The studio is roughly 1600 square feet and includes equipment making it possible for artists and students...Learn more....


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APS schedules an ongoing rotation of classes and workshops hosted in our studio covering a variety of printmaking topics including etching, relief printing, screenprinting, and letterpress printing among a variety of others. Learn more...


APS coordinates a variety of compelling and engaging exhibitions, artist talks, gallery tours, studio open houses, and specialty events, such as Print Big held in a variety of locations in and around Atlanta.