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PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE FAIRFIELD COUNTY COMMUNITY and SUPPORT our non-profit arts organization by placing a 4-color full or half page ad in our MONOTHON2019 evening program. Submit your artist ad, business ad, or message of support.

Advertising Rates
Full Page – 8″h x 5″w $300
Half Page Horizontal – 3.875″h x 5″w $175
Half Page Vertical – 8″h x 2.375″w $175
Quarter Page – 3.875″h x 2.375″w $90




1) Make Your Payment Online

Pay online via PayPal. Select the ad size you wish to purchase from the dropdown menu below, then click the “Buy Now” button to go to PayPal and complete the payment.

Ad Space Sizes

2) Submit your Advertisement Artwork via Email

Once payment has been made, please send your digital file to and indicate what size ad you purchased. Image files should be 300 dpi and in JPEG format.

Assistance with formatting is available. If you do not have your ad already designed, please contact us. We will need an image and all of the text you want to appear in the ad, including caption information (where relevant).

Be early and get priority placement!

Deadline for ad submissions is October 15, 2019.


“An artist is someone who produces things that people don’t need to have but that he – for some reason – thinks it would be a good idea to give them.”
Andy Warhol


Support the Center for Contemporary Printmaking

Our mission is to support, preserve, and advance the art of original prints. Founded in 1995, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking (a 501(c) (3) organization) was established to support and encourage serious emerging and professional artists in the creation of original prints and to educate the community to a better understanding and 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. Your purchase directly supports all programming at CCP, including our workshops, print centered gallery exhibitions and our Grace Ross Shanley Fund which encompasses our High School Student Fellowship Program, Self-Funded and Professional Development Artist-in-Residencies.