Zea Mays Printmaking is a studio, workshop, gallery, educational facility and research center dedicated to the safest and most sustainable printmaking practices available. We are continually researching exciting new techniques and products. We share this information through our workshops, consultations and private tutorials.
We offer workshops in green printmaking processes; access to our state-of-the-art studio; exhibitions; residencies; prints for sale and more.
We offer a wide range of workshops for all levels, taught by experts in the field. Unless otherwise noted, workshops are for all levels. All workshop fees include materials. The workshops are taught in our wonderful new teaching studio that is on the ground floor of our building.
We offer unpaid internships to college students pursuing a degree in printmaking, recent college graduates or to those who have completed a non-academic course of study in printmaking.
Detailed research conducted by our interns into a variety of new printmaking products and methods.
flat file project
The flat files at Zea Mays Printmaking house over 500 prints by member artists. They are available for exhibition and sale.
A group of artist members from Zea Mays Printmaking began an investigation into the health impacts of the printing plates we use. Substratum is a documentation of our investigation and hopefully a useful resource for other artist/printmakers and DIY practitioners.
Printmaking in Havana
Here's the story of our incredible trip to Havana to teach polyester plate lithography at San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts. Visit our Cuba blog and read our story and see slideshows from this wonderful experience.
People in Print
People in Print is a series of conversations with artist members of Zea Mays Printmaking.
White Line Woodcut
with Annie Bissett
Saturday & Sunday, June 6-7, 2015, 10-5
One-on-one instruction from our core faculty in technique, image development, establishing an artistic practice.
Artist Mentorship Program
A unique opportunity for a select group of artists seeking to deepen their artistic practice while developing their printmaking skills. The Artist Mentorship Program pairs each participating artist with a Zea Mays Printmaking faculty mentor.
Our Residency Program provides an opportunity for artists to work in a cutting-edge studio, research center, educational institution and artist community.
Supporting and Studio Access Memberships give printmakers many opportunities to be part of the Zea Mays Printmaking community.
Part of the mission of Zea Mays Printmaking is to research new developments in safer, less-toxic and non-toxic printmaking. Our research is all on-line and available to the printmaking community.
The Flat File Project
The Flat File houses over 600 prints by member artists. The work is curated into the Flat File each January. Prints are for sale and available for exhibitions.
Our monthly e*newsletter features happenings at the studio, early announcements about workshops, members' news, exhibition opportunities, recommended shows and more.