APS is a group for print enthusiasts that brings together the diverse print community: curators, collectors, academics, graduate students, artists, paper conservators, critics, independent scholars, and dealers. APS’s goals are to facilitate dialogue among its members and encourage innovative print scholarship.

Recent News

Prints for Protest

Anna Hendrick Karpatkin Benjamin, Lukas Birk, Audrey Danze Blood, Megan Foster, Valeria Rachel Herrera, Leekyung Kang, Anna McNeary, Kelly Taylor Mitchell, Vanessa Nieto Romero, Kate Sarrantonio, Stacy Lynn Smith, Prints for Protest (2016), portfolio, 22 x 15".

Images et révoltes dans le livre et l’estampe (XIVe – milieu du XVIIIe siècle)

Bibliothèque Mazarine
Bibliothèque Mazarine
Paris, France
12/13/2016, 9:50 AM - 6:30 PM

El Anatsui & Factum Arte Create Large-scale Intaglio, Collages “Eclipse” series

El Anatsui, El Anatsui & Factum Arte Create Large-scale Intaglio, Collages “Eclipse” series (2016), Intaglio print with collage and chine-collé, 85 x 85 cm, Factum Arte, October Gallery .

Recent Scholarship

. "Art Journal Open Bookshelf: Lisa Pon." Blog post on Art Journal Open. 2016.
Kristie Couser, Christopher Oliver. Remnants and Revivals: Architectural Etchings by Charles Meryon and John Taylor Arms. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Richmond, VA, .
Claire Trévien. Satire, prints and theatricality in the French Revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, 2016.

APS Highlights

Publishing the Contemporary: The State of Printmaking Today

Panel discussion among contemporary publishers, moderated by Sarah Kirk Hanley, Saturday Nov. 5 at 2 pm.


Vote in the APS officer election

Online polling is open until November 14. You must be logged into your APS account to participate.


APS Session at CAA 2017

The speaker lineup for “Collaborative Printmaking” is now available.


Joyce Zelen wins the 2016 Article Prize 

Please read the press release for more details!


Resource Guide for the new APS website

Get information on how to use the new Association of Print Scholars site.