Black Church Print Studio is an artist collective and one of the leading contemporary fine art print studios in Ireland.

Courses & Workshops

Learn how to create fine art prints using traditional printing techniques including etching, lithography and screenprint.

Upcoming Exhibitions & News

Explore our dynamic exhibition programme and other annual events open to the public.

Online Print Shop

Visit our online shop where you can browze our artists and purchase an original fine art print directly from the Studio.

About Our Studio

 Established in 1982, Black Church Print Studio provides fully equipped facilities for all types of fine art printmaking from traditional to innovative techniques.
Approximately two hundred artists use the workshop yearly through our membership, non-member access programmes, residencies, exhibitions, awards, workshops, talks and tours.

Full-time technical and administrative support is available from Mondays through Fridays from 10am – 5pm. Full-time members are keyholders and have 24/7 access.

Black Church Print Studio is a non-profit organisation grant-aided by the Arts Council, Dublin City Council and the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.

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Courses & Workshops

We provide beginners and intermediate level workshops in screenprinting, etching, relief, lithography, book binding, risograph and more.

Courses & Workshops

We provide beginners and intermediate level workshops in screenprinting, etching, relief, book binding and more.

Become a Member

Members are keyholders  with  24/7 access to the Studio in Dublin’s City Centre.  We offer introductory rates for recent graduates and have reduced rates for members living outside of Dublin.

Featured Artist

Tracy Staunton

Title: The Leaving
Medium: Archival giclee print of a photo of projection
Size: 26 cm x 40 cm
Edition: 10

Tracy Staunton is an artist with background in architecture. Her primary degree is a BA Arch (Hons) from UCD, her MA ACW was received from NCAD. Her practice since 1994 has included work in printmaking, drawing, installation and film. The work has consistently engaged with architecture in some form. Interests revolve around themes of the trace of time and memory on cities, buildings.

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