CCP Editions Club Subscription
Who is the Mystery Artist and what is the Mystery Print?
The Editions Club subscription program is an excellent way to start or expand your print collection. Each year, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking selects a prominent artist to collaborate on a limited edition print, and offers these prints to subscribers, sight unseen. The Center for Contemporary Printmaking is thrilled to announce the 2015 Editions Club.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the 2015 Mystery Print/Editions Club subscriptions. This year, we are back to the artist and print being a mystery – we are sure that you will be pleased with the invited artist for this year’s surprise.
CCP Editions Club subscribers have the opportunity to acquire a work by this artist at our pre-publication price of $450.00, far below the normal commercial pricing of this artist’s prints. We feel privileged to have the opportunity to add a work by this artist to our catalog of Editions Club participants. The Mystery Artist/Editions Club “reveal” is scheduled for Sunday, February 28th, 2016, when you will meet the Mystery Artist and Guest Master Printer, Gary Lichtenstein of Gary Lichtenstein Editions
Call 203-899-7999 to acquire your Editions Club number
2015 Mystery Artist/Editions Club Print
Editions Club Fellowship
A portion of the subscription fee, $50.00, is allocated to a fellowship program which enables a graduating high school senior with artistic promise to work alongside a CCP printer in our studios during a summer residency each year. The fellowship allocation is tax-deductible.
2014 Editions Club Fellow
Isabel Gomez from Stamford High School was selected to be the 2014 Editions Club Fellow. She learned new techniques and created works of art under the tutelage of our printing staff. Isabel (Izzy) is now attending The University of Hartford and said, "I had a really good experience working with printmaking, and being able to get this Fellowship, It has opened up a new world of art making practices. I will definitely continue my printmaking in the very near future. Next year, I will be attending University of Hartford Majoring in art/illustration. This Fellowship has helped me develop a taste for what it is like to work around other artists and collaboratively, where you can hear and see what everyone is doing around you and be inspired." Your renewed subscription will allow us to continue this initiative.
How to apply for a fellowship
Art teachers interested in recommending a student for the Editions Club Fellowship are encouraged to contact the Center.
We wish to acknowledge and thank the following organizations
for their help and support,enabling the Center to service the local community: