INprint is a regional association of 25 fine art printmakers based in Central Indiana, formed in 1997 at the Indianapolis Art Center. The purpose of INprint is to share, create, educate, and promote the media of printmaking. Exhibiting members have degrees in fine art or significant studies, regularly exhibit in juried and one-person or group shows, and/or teach art in colleges, schools, art center, or privately. Their artwork consists of original hand-pulled prints including etching, silkscreen, monoprint, monotype, collagraph, woodcut, linocut, lithography, and new non-toxic intaglio and relief.
Artwork consists of original hand-pulled prints including etching, silkscreen, monoprint, collagraph, woodcut, linocut, lithography, and new non-toxic intaglio and relief. Some of the activities the group shares are traveling exhibitions of annual Suites, catalogues, demonstrations, workshops, studio visits, cooperative projects, annual print exchanges, meetings, museum tours, speaking at art groups, art fairs, slide lectures, sales, and newsletters. Since 1999, 23 traveling exhibits of nine annual Suites have been shown throughout Indiana and in Michigan.
For further information regarding exhibitions, open hours, and how to exhibit in our space, links to the appropriate areas are found to the upper left side of the University Art Gallery home page.