Printmaking Classes in Lawrence

Explore printmaking

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person making prints
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Embrace Paper In a Digital World

Print media and Paper Arts are some of the oldest crafts forms, rich with history. Printmaking is the art of making multiples and bringing art to the masses—or your friends! Prints are for telling stories, capturing moments, and can be wearable, highly rendered, or abstract. Black and white, colorful, complex, simple, flat, dimensional—the possibilities are endless!

The Lawrence Art Center believes everyone is an artist–all you need to unleash it is a little guidance!

With financial aid available, adult painting classes and drawing classes in Lawrence are open to everyone who wants to learn about the visual arts.

Our Facilities & Curriculum

The Path to Your Prints

The paper arts and printmaking classes we offer cover various topics, like relief printing and monotype, for skill levels from beginner to those mastering advanced skills or seeking self-guided open studio time. The choice is yours! For our adult visual arts classes, the descriptions list what to expect from the courses.

Where You’ll Find Our Printmaking Classes

At the Lawrence Art Center, we have dedicated space for our printmaking classes to ensure you have everything you need to succeed. Our facility includes a printmaking studio in addition to a painting studio and two visual arts studios, a ceramics studio, digital media lab, a metals, jewelry and fibers studio, and a photography studio.

Printmaking Studio

  • Vandercook Letterpress
  • Sturgis and Griffin Etching Presses
  • Type collection
  • Acid room
  • Silk screen exposure unit and facilities

Class Gallery

Submit Your Artwork

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Make Art Part of Your Daily Life

Interested in enrolling in a paper arts or printmaking class? We have financial aid available to those who need it to ensure classes are accessible to everyone.

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Art is for Everyone

Making Art Accessible to All

Lawrence Arts Center is here to ensure anyone—of any age and any background—can connect with a supportive community and flex their creative muscles. With contemporary exhibitions, performances, and an array of art education classes for adults and kids, everyone will find something that’s right for them.

Our primary state-of-the-art facility at 940 New Hampshire St. features classrooms, studios, theatres, and more. We also have a satellite space for classes at 10th & Mass Studios!

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Why Should You Consider Paper Arts & Printmaking Classes