Member Show 2022

Member Show 2022

Sep 2 - Oct 28, 2022 at Ink Shop Printmaking Center Studio GalleryView Events Website

September 2 – October 28; (Receptions 9/2 & 10/7 5-8pm) Each year, The Ink Shop launches a Members' show, giving our membership the opportunity to exhibit their newest work. This exhibit gives the public the opportunity to see the new work coming out of The Ink Sho...

Intro to Silk Screen | Erin Miller

Intro to Silk Screen | Erin Miller

October 8

Saturday, October 8, NOON-4pm $60 non-associates / $51 associates ($$35 for materials) Silk screen printing is a fun, nontoxic printing process that involves both photo and handmade stencils. This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of silkscreen p...

Print Sale

Holiday Print Sale

Holiday Print Sale

Nov 6, 2022 - Jan 18, 2023

The Ink Shop has its Annual Print Sale before the holidays. Our collection of prints is extensive and represents some of the best printmakers around. Through this sale, and all exhibits presented by The Ink Shop, we remind the public that prints make great gifts. We are...

Ink Shop COVID-19 updates

In order to help protect the health of our member printmakers, and the public, the Ink Shop Printmaking Center will be implementing the following changes:
  • We request all visitors to wear a mask
  • Please maintain 6′ distancing
  • We are now open our regular hours.
  • The Ink Shop will maintain safe capacity during events

    The Ink Shop considered these steps carefully and will continue to revue our options and will make updates to our website as soon as there are any changes. Please direct questions or concerns to the Ink Shop email: artists@ink-shop.org

Please stay safe and healthy,

The Ink Shop

The Ink Shop is sad to share the news that Fred Madden, Professor of English, photographer,  and long-time member of the Ink Shop Printmaking Center has died peacefully on December 6, 2021.

Fred was a multi-talented and creative artist. Visitors to the Ink Shop gravitate immediately to his work. Consistently brilliant and beautiful, Fred’s imagery is a digital form of impressionism that is both reflective and delightful. 

Fred has been a wonderful friend who has stepped up to help out in many ways. Helping annually with the Ithaca Artists Market with his humor and helping hands. Without fan-fare and with a warm heart, he made sure we knew his appreciation for Ink Shop and that appreciation is mutual.  He and his wife Taf have been the most incredible supporters of the Ink Shop for which we are forever grateful. 

We’ve lost a good friend and a beautiful light.