Artists can arrange to collaborate with CCP’s staff and guest printers skilled in specific techniques. CCP facilities and printers are equipped to print in all methods.
Recent CCP Editions include work by Diane Victor, Bill Jacklin, Lisa Lou, Jill Moser, Richard Meirer, Howardena Pindell, Robert Cottingham, Emily Lombardo, Julio Valdez, Julie Headland, Frances Ashforth, Kees De Waal, Amanda Seelye Salzman, Donald Sultan, and others.
For artists working at home or who cannot come to the Center to print in our studios, the printing staff at CCP are available for remote consultation and instruction by appointment. Our printers can provide guidance in a variety of printmaking processes. Scheduled sessions will be held via Zoom or comparable web-based video meeting software.
Remote sessions start at $50/hour in a minimum of ½ hour increments. Scheduling is based in U.S. Eastern Time.
Interested artists should complete the Google form (link below) to tell us more about your project, availability, and contact information so we can pair you with the right staff member and have them contact you to get you on the schedule.
Chris Shore | Staff Master Printer
Christopher received his MFA in printmaking from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. He has studied printmaking techniques in Venice and Florence, Italy, and has shown his work internationally. His work explores many types of traditional and non-traditional printmaking techniques.
Liz Bannish | Collaborative Printer
Liz Bannish earned her BFA in Printmaking and Art History from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2011, winning 2nd best in show in her class for her senior thesis. Afterward, she served as an intern for Zea Mays Printmaking, bringing their research in non-toxic printmaking to SGC San Francisco in 2013. She served as Printmaking and Photo Technician for Smith College in Northampton, MA for five years, running their printmaking studio, letterpress studio, photo darkrooms, and OSHA compliance programs. Liz has trained with masters Barry Moser (Pennyroyal Press), Peter Pettengill (Wingate Studios), and Liz Chalfin (Zea Mays Printmaking). Her personal work spans the media of sustainable and traditional printmaking and includes relief, etching, lithography, and alternative photography. Among the duties of Studio Manager and Collaborative Printer, Liz provides studio maintenance and works with artists and students to develop their work and produce fine editions of printed art.