Founded in 2000, the International Print Center is the first and only American institution devoted exclusively to fine-art prints. Located in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea, the International Print Center's collections and exhibitions run from old master prints to works by contemporary artists.
The New York City Department of Education's arts curriculum Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts identifies Printmaking as one of the seven arts that students are required to learn about. IPCNY offers educational programs aligned with The Blueprint for elementary, middle and high school classes, to help your students expand their visual literacy skills.
During the 2009-2010 school year, IPCNY offered The Future Printmakers' Workshop which was designed to engage students in the study of prints and printmaking. The workshop was tailored to the class level of the students attending.
Teachers are welcome to make an appointment to bring their students to the IPCNY Gallery whenever an exhibition is on view, before or during gallery hours (11 am-6 pm)
Please call Amanda Young at (212) 989-5090 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to schedule a visit.