Australian Print Workshop offers Australia's most comprehensive professional printmaking facilities.

Located in Melbourne, Australian Print Workshop is a unique centre providing both established and emerging artists with access to a wide range of printmaking equipment and expertise in the context of a world-class printmaking workshop.

Australian Print Workshop fosters the development of printmaking as a vibrant and progressive art form. Through its annual program, the Workshop represents the very best in contemporary printmaking.

Established in 1981, Australian Print Workshop attracts many of Australia's leading artists based on its reputation for high-quality work and professional support facilities.

Australian Print Workshop projects actively encourage cooperative ventures with artists and other arts and business organisations, both locally and internationally. These partnerships result in the production of new and challenging works in the print medium, maintaining for the Workshop a reputation that is acknowledged worldwide.

Recognised as a key authority on contemporary Australian printmaking, works produced at Australian Print Workshop are represented in major public gallery and museum collections throughout Australia and around the world. Institutions that have acquire and exhibited Australian Print Workshop works include the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (UK), Musee du quai Branly (France), Guangzhou Museum of Art (China) and Aichi Museum of Art (Japan), to name a few. 

APW is a 'not-for-profit' organisation that receives support from a range of funding agencies, philanthropic trusts and foundations, corporate sponsors and individuals.

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Australian Print Workshop Inc. is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria