Due to the highly technical nature of printmaking and the associated equipment, all new or returning renters must go through the rental admission process to gain access to SNAP’s Printshop facilities. This admission process ensures the safety of everyone working in the Printshop and that the integrity of the equipment is preserved.
Admission for access to the SNAP Printshop is assessed through an interview with the Printshop and Programs Coordinator.
At the Admissions Interview and Orientation the Printshop and Programs Coordinator will grant access based on the applicant’s skills and experience. Renters will fall under two access categories, after completing the Introductory period:
*If the Introductory Period Program poses issues in regards to scheduling or an artist’s deadline please be in touch to discuss possible options.
SNAP has options to assist you!
Take one of SNAP’s classes or workshops to learn the basic skills needed to succeed in printmaking (link to Course page). Or schedule a One-to-One Session if the classes don’t fit your schedule or needs. Learn More
If you do not feel comfortable working safely or independently SNAP recommends that you take a workshop, professional development session, or attend an Open Studio session to gain more experience and skills. Another option is to schedule a Tailored Printmaking Session to work specifically on your project and training.