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

London Original Print Week

London, United Kingdom

Sixth Annual Distinguished Scholar Lecture: Being an Artist, Printmaking, and Creative Collaborator

Curlee Raven Holton
Organized by Association of Print Scholars
Virtual Event, United States
05/07/2021, 3-4:30pm

Contact: Art and the Pull of Print, Lecture 6: “Alienation”

Jennifer Roberts, Harvard University
Organized by National Gallery of Art
Online, Washington, DC, United States
05/30/2021, 8am

Recent Scholarship

Mary Weaver Chapin, Richard Thomson, Phillip Dennis Cate. Toulouse-Lautrec & Montmartre. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 2005.
Mary Weaver Chapin. The Prints of Warrington Colescott: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1948-2008. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010.
Crawford Mann, Melody Deusner, Sheldon Barr, Stephanie Heydt, Diana Greenwold. Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass: American Artists and the Magic of Murano. Washington, DC and Princeton, NJ: Smithsonian American Art Museum / Princeton University Press, 2021.

APS Highlights

REGISTER NOW for the sixth annual Distinguished Scholar Lecture, “Being an Artist, Printmaker, and Creative Collaborator,” by Dr. Curlee Raven Holton, Director of The David C. Driskell Center!

Lecture will be held virtually on Friday, May 7, 2021, 3 PM (EST) via Zoom.  Pre-registration is required.


Announcing Winners of the 2021 APS Collaboration Prize

Awarded to Eric Benson, Ben Blount, Emmy Lingscheit, Guen Montgomery, and Maureen Warren. In support of the workshop Fake News and Lying Pictures: Political Prints in the Dutch Republic


APS-Getty Printmaking Workshops Postponed to 2022-23

More information to follow.


Resource Guide for the APS website

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