Contact René Arceo by email with questions.
Created in 1991 by Sam Coronado, Coronado Studio and The Serie Project focus on silkscreen printing.
More information is available at www.theserieproject.org or contact the studio via emal.
Please contact Artemio Rodriguez by email for more information.
Group members include Kay Brown, Judith Durán, Antonio Escalante, Emelda Gutierrez, Chie Izuma, Sojin Kim, José Lozano, Poli Marichal, Don Newton, Marianne Sadowski, Victor Rosas.
Please contact Poli Marichal via email for more information.
Under the direction of Juan Fuentes, Mision Grafica offers poster and printmaking services to the community along with offering classes in silkscreen, etching and monoprint.
Please contact founder, Richard Duardo for more information.
Please contact founder, Juan Fuentesl for more information.
Riomar Studio focuses on relief and screen printing. Please contact the founder, Ramiro Rodriguez via email or visit http://www.ramiro-rodriguez.blogspot.com/ for more information.
Segura Publishing Company is a Member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association. Segura Publishing Company produces limited edition prints and monotypes by leading contemporary artists.
SHG is a nationally recognized center for Latino arts that develops and nurtures artists in printmaking. SHG seeks to advance Latino art broadly through programming, exhibitions and outreach to diverse audiences in East Los Angeles and beyond. SHG seeks to identify and engage young and emerging artists from the community in all aspects of its activities.
Please contact Master Printer, José Alpuche by phone for more information on printing.
Please contact Carlos Jackson via email for more information.
The Taller Tupac Amaru was founded in 2003 by Chicano artists, Favianna Rodriguez and Jesus Barraza. The mission of the Taller Tupac Amaru is to produce and distribute screenprinted political posters and to foster a resurgence in the screenprinting medium.