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Steamroller Print Event
April 13, 2013
Prints for Sale:
All proceeds benefit APS
Internships Available:
Contact: Kathy Garrou
Studio Hours:
Tuesdays 10a-4p
Thursdays 10a-9:30p
Saturdays 10a-4p
Sundays 10a-4p
If you are not a current renter, an appointment is needed


Atlanta Printmakers Studio conducts programs outside of the studio for both children and adults. This outreach promotes the art of printmaking and educates the broader community about various printmaking techniques. We partner with the site sponser to develop a program that suits their particular interests and audience.

We have provided free children’s art activities at community art festivals and have offered a variety of workshops and demonstrations at community centers like Southwest Art Center, Hammonds House Museum and the Mechanicsville Branch of the Fulton County Library. These programs are staffed by APS instructors and volunteers, and have been supported in part by the Fulton County Arts Council, the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, and the LUBO Fund.

2011 Outreach Programs will include:
Hammonds House Museum Spring Break Camp
APRIL 4-8, For Youth. Collaborative linoleum block for Print Big!, plus smaller individual blocks that kids can print and take home.

•Emmaus House Print 101 Demonstrations
APRIL 4 & APRIL 9, For Seniors and Youth. Demonstration of a variety of printmaking techniques. Participants will pull an print from a prepared matrix.

Binders Workshops and Classes
A variety of workshops and classes will be taught by APS instructors at Binders Art Supply in Buckhead.

Neighborhood Gallery Arts Center, Inc.
A two day intensive printmaking workshop for adults.

Wheat St. Garden Jamboree
JULY 30, Celebrate summer with the Truly Living Well Camp Gardeners. Screenprinting workshop. Partnership with Truly Living Well and Public Acts of Art.

Grant Park Summer Shade Festival 2011
Children's Printmaking Booth

2010 Outreach Programs included:
Grant Park Summer Shade Festival 2010
AUGUST 28, Children's Printmaking Booth

•East Atlanta Strut 2010
SEPTEMBER 18, Children's Printmaking Booth

•Print Big! Hammonds House Spring Break Print Workshop
APRIL 5-9, relief printmaking

•Print Big! Abernathy Arts Center Workshop
APRIL 17, relief printmaking

•Spelman Community Day
APRIL 22, based on the Robin Holder Exhibit (Stencil Prints & Linoleum Blocks)

•East Atlanta Kids Club Workshop
APRIL 24, monoprint workshop 

•Fulton County Arts and Culture Art At Work Program
Summer Session 2010 – “POSTAL POP” screenprint workshop

2009 Outreach Programs included:
•All-Ages Monoprint Workshop
Saturday, APRIL 4   1-4pm
Wonder Root Community Art Center
•Free Adult Relief Block Printing Workshop
Saturdays, APRIL 4 & 11, 1:30 - 3pm
West End Performing Arts Center

•8-week  Adult Relief Block Printing Class
Saturdays, APRIL 18-JUNE 6, 1:30 - 3pm
West End Performing Arts Center

•All-Ages Monoprint Workshop
Saturday, APRIL 25, 11 - 2pm
Arts Clayton Gallery

Southwest Arts Center
AUGUST 22, Screen Printing

Grant Park Summer Shade Festival 2009
AUGUST 29, Children's Printmaking Booth

•East Atlanta Strut 2009
SEPTEMBER 19, Children's Printmaking Booth

•Tour de 29: Happy Days Festival in Hapeville
SEPTEMBER 19, Screen Printing

Children's Printmaking Booth at Festivals
Guidance by Atlanta Printmakers Studio instructors is provided to help children make colorful monoprints, printed on paper from acrylic plates. They use stamps, stencils and textural items, along with colored ink, all provided at the booth. When the plate is ready it is printed using our portable table top press and the children lift their print off the plate. The prints are hung up to dry, and then they take home an original print they made themselves.

Printmaking in Schools
As part of our education outreach, APS is developing a variety of printmaking workshops for Atlanta area schools K-12. Our lesson plans will include a wide range of techniques for all ages and skill levels. Our teachers are professional printmakers who will present a little bit of art history, educate students about printmaking, do a demonstration, and lead the students in their own artmaking. We can customize the content to make connections with other subjects the students are studying, like a specific culture or historic event. Fees vary.
Email us for more information.