Our workshops run on a three-season schedule (Feb-May, June-Aug, & Sept-Dec) and include introductory instruction in all of our studio areas as well as a varied rotation of intermediate techniques, experimental approaches, and other offerings.



If you’re interested in pursing a specific project or want individualized instruction, we offer private instruction in many of our studio techniques.

Learn more here.


Set up a private small-group workshop for screenprinting, relief, or monoprinting.

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workshop cancellation/refund policy:

If the ICPC cancels a workshop for any reason, students enrolled in the workshop are entitled to a full refund or may transfer the full tuition to another workshop. If a student needs to cancel their enrollment in a workshop, they may do so until one week before the workshop is scheduled to begin. Students can request a full refund minus a $10 administrative fee or they may transfer the full amount credited to any upcoming workshop.
Students wishing to cancel after the 7-day cut-off are not eligible for a refund or transfer of funds.



Intro to Letterpress
Printing Broadsides on the Vandercook
Intermediate Letterpress: Printing Books
Pressure Prints and Collagraphs on the Proofing Press
Image Making for Intermediate and Advanced Beginner Letterpress Printers
1, 2, 3 Reductive Linoleum on the Vandercook
Intro to Screenprinting
Intermediate Textile Screenprinting
Silkscreen Monoprinting
Screen Building
Intro to Relief
Epic Relief: Intro to Relief Printing from Start to Finish
The Agony and the Ecstasy: Linocut Printing for Beginners
Monotype Printing
Monotype and Watercolor Monoprint
Intaglio Collagraphs
Handmade Stamps: Making Objects that Make Images
Intro to Intaglio
Plexiglass Intaglio
Intaglio: Copper Line Etch and Aquatint
Talking Lines: hard-ground etching and narrative
Pronto Plate Lithography
Fried, Frenzied and Foiled: Printing Hot Stamped Foil
On and Off the Plate: Transferred Images in Printmaking
Intro to Interactive Game Design
Intro to Bookbinding
Un-Fine Binding: An Introduction to very Practical Book Binding
Side-stitch Bookbinding with Wraparound Case
Drum Leaf & Stiff Leaf Bookbinding
Clamshell Boxes
Longstitch Bookbinding: Design and Technique
Beyond Beginning Bookbinding: Bradel!
Basic Book Repair
Hardcover Bookbinding
Laced Paper Case Bookbinding
Museum Standard Matting and Framing
Working with Found Visual Material: Research & Transfer Methods
Forage Against the Machine
Indigo Dye
Drawing Experiments
Body Drawing
Metalworking for Printmakers
Intro to Making Natural Inks
Public Platform: Stencils and Street Art
Mindfulness and the Creative Process
Activist Poster Printing
Linocut Stamps for All Occasions
Print, Repeat: Designing and Printing Patterns on Textiles
Making Silkscreen Ink from Natural Dyes

for kids:
Superhero Gear
Jelly Gelly Jellyfish!
Hail to Snail Mail
Lost Wolves
Handmade: Papermaking, Printmaking, and Bookbinding
Making Comics