Hand Papermaking, Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing traditional and contemporary ideas in the art of hand papermaking through publications and other educational formats.
The IPH integrates professionals and friends of paper within the field of paper history.
The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the highest ethical standards among print dealers, and to promoting a greater appreciation of Fine Prints to the general public. Use this website to help you answer print queries, help you find a dealer in your area that specializes in a specific print genre/artist, or to research an artist.
In January 2000 at a meeting convened by the Visual Arts Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York State Artist Consortium was created. A small group of nonprofit arts organizations realized that they constituted a previously undefined field and that they each shared the following key characteristics:
Nonprofit studio spaces centered on the artist and the artist's creative process.
Active engagement with the artist by providing space, time, technical assistance, stipends, resources and support to artists in year-round residency programs.
Providing artists with the freedom for artistic experimentation and exploration.