Print Council of Australia calls Fitzroy Town Hall home

Friday 10 September 2021

A colourful linocut of a person with a flower in their hair, surrounded by vines of leaves and multiple birds. The person is wearing a yellow dress of some kind.
Image: Gwen Scott, Beautiful Entanglement, Reduction linocut, Edition size: 30, Image size: 30 x 30 cm, Paper Size: 42.5 x 38 cm, PCA Print Commission 2021.

The Print Council of Australia is one of many organisations who calls Yarra home, nestled within a cluster of arts organisations at Fitzroy Town Hall as part of the Room to Create Program.

The PCA is the peak body representing and connecting national communities in printmaking and works on paper. They have been operating since 1966, when the first edition of the PCA quarterly art journal Imprint was released. Today Imprint is a multi-page colour journal and a place to engage in meaningful and diverse debate and analysis surrounding contemporary printmaking.

These days the term print is understood as a multi-faceted medium, with applications in areas including the fine arts, artist books, zines and street art. Check out some of the Print Council of Australia’s current online exhibitions and commissions:

Discover more about The Print Council of Australia on their website.

Find out more about the Room to Create program.


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