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.
Upcoming Events and Current Exhibits:
APS MEMBERS OUTINGS
Guided Museum Tours
Clark Atlanta Art Galleries Friday, April 29, 2016 6:30-8:30p This Postman Collects: The Rapture of Kerry & C. Betty Davis
Michael C. Carlos Museum Saturday, May 14, 2016, 11a - Noon Between the Sweet Water and the Swarm of Bees: Works by Susanne Wenger
Free for Members $25 for Non-Members
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Your support matters. It means that APS can provide extraordinary opportunities for learning and a well-equipped studio for artists to work.
Whatever amount your gift may be, we deeply appreciate your partnership in our efforts. Your generosity has an important impact on our programs. Thank you for everything you do to support Atlanta Printmakers Studio.
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. Join our email list Learn more....
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...