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ZACC Print Shop

ABOUT THE PRINT SHOP

Mission: The ZACC print staff and interns are dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of the art of making original prints. The ZACC serves as a valuable resource to the prints art community by offering scholarships and low cost classes. We also strive to advance the professional standing of persons engaged in making original prints and to stimulate public appreciation and interest in the arts of printmaking. 

The ZACC Community Print Shop is one of only two public print shops located in Montana! The ZACC Print Shop offers the space and supplies to accomplish numerous print-making techniques including; silk-screening, relief printing, and intaglio printing.

The ZACC envisions a community of connection – where the people of Missoula are connected to this place and to one another. We envision a community that knows what it takes to make those connections real and meaningful. We must be a community that understands that our diversity is among our great strengths. We must challenge ourselves to be welcoming and inclusive.

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SEW PRINTY SEWING LAB

We're excited to announce that thanks to the hard work of long-time volunteer Loretta Vizzutti, we now have a Sew Printy Sewing Lab! In collaboration with our Print Shop, we'll be working to offer classes that encourage folks to use printmaking techniques to make customized fabric, then teach you how to sew specific items using the material made in class. 

We also want to give a very special thanks to those who have donated machines to our Sew Printy Sewing Lab:

Chris Wallace
Barb Karst
Jane Billstein
Laurie Bryn
Odette Grassi
Serger Donated By: Joan Egan

ADVANCED ACCESS

ADVANCED ACCESS

ACCESS & COST:

First Time Access - $35 for one-on-one walkthrough. Each access thereafter is $25 for 3hrs studio use during open hours. By appointment only, scheduled classes have studio right-of-way.

DETAILS:
Advanced Access is for students who want to work independently during open hours, using their own inks, substrates (wood blocks, copper plates, screens, etc.) and paper.

All Advanced Access Users are expected to understand and adhere to the following agreement:

  • Responsibility for knowing safe use of studio and equipment. 
  • Ability to work responsibly and independently.
  • Cleanliness and willingness to pick up after yourself.
  • Consideration and respect for others working at the ZACC, their space and property.
  • Prerequisite: Beginners Access, a printmaking workshop or multi-week class.

CULTIVATING COMMUNITY THROUGH ACCESSIBLE ARTS EXPERIENCES FOR ALL

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