Our publication, SNAPline, is created around a theme or topic and engages a wide range of written and visual contributions from artists and writers. The SNAPline print commission program has attracted local, national and international emerging and established artists working in a variety of printmaking media. It encourages a broad interpretation of the print while disseminating diverse examples of fine art printmaking to our SNAPline members.

For each issue of SNAPline, one print artist is commissioned to produce a large edition (or a few smaller editions to create a series) of 8″ x 10″ prints which engage with the theme of the issue. Our 2021 themes are: SLOW and Public/Private.  We aim to commission work by one local, one national, and one international print artist this year. Please contact [email protected] if you would like to be considered as a SNAPline artist.

To view previous SNAPline commission prints, please click here.

Erica Vaskevicius, NorthSTAR, Cyanotype and Screen Print, 10”×7”, 2020.
NorthSTAR by Erica Vaskevicius, SNAPline Commission 2020.3.