The Center supports serious emerging and professional artists in the creation of original prints and to build appreciation of prints and the process of printmaking. It offers both an historic and contemporary view of printmaking, encouraging traditional techniques as well as modern technologies.
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking is not a collecting organization.
Museum is a member of the Connecticut Art Trail, a partnership of 18 museums and historic sites. The Art Pass, which is good for a year, includes one-day admission to each museum.
Schedule of exhibitions, on now and upcoming
Contemporary figurative prints explore our shared humanity, diversity within oneness
The inner-workings of creating artist books where thoughtful representations of text and image harmonize
Print, typography, architectural, and organic forms explore monumental social shifts
Prints put castaway, discarded, and otherwise ignored but repurposed materials to good use
An artist’s book and audio files narrate stories of loss during the Ashokan Reservoir's creation