All for the love of print

The InPrint Collective is a Toronto-based group of printmakers who love print and want to share it with the world. We came together in 2008 (because printmakers love company) to support each other and promote printmaking in our communities. Since then, we have been inking our plates, rolling up our stones, running down our squeegees, and carving out our ideas. When we're not in the studio, we're putting on artist talks, group exhibitions and numerous community events. Come check us out!

The inPrint Collective Studio is located at 58 Wade Ave, Suite 8A, Toronto, On, M6H 1P5.

Current Members:
  • Maaike Bouhuyzen-Wenger
  • Maureen Da Silva
  • Shannon Moynagh
  • Amye St. John
Board of Directors:
  • Amye St. John, Chair
  • Maaike Bouhuyzen-Wenger, Vice Chair
  • Shannon Moynagh, Director

Land Acknowledgment

inPrint's studio sits on land that is the traditional territories of the Anishnaabe, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat and exists currently as part of Treaty 13. It has always been a place of meeting for many nations, and remains actively so for the Metis, Inuit, and other First Nations, as well as many settlers, migrants both willing and compelled, and undocumented folks. 

Our land acknowledgment is a living document and thus *always* under work. This one was currently written by referring to the site Native Land, thinking about what we learned from past projects such as the InterMuseum Print exchange, and we continue to learn more as we develop programs and relate them to our place and roles as treaty people in Tkaronto/Toronto. 

 

We have been blessed to learn from Indigenous community members, youth, educators, artists, historians and faith-keepers who participate in our programs.

The inPrint Collective receives project funding from: 

We'd like to thank past sponsors and donors:

And community partners:

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