November 6th - 28th



Mel Hewitt

Saturday 11/7

from 12 to 1:30pm


Panorama books


Derek Landers

Saturday 11/14

from 10 to 11:30am


Screen Printing


Thom Caraway

& Bethany Taylor

Saturday 11/21

from 10am to 2pm


Letter Press


Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Saturday 11/28

from 10 to 11am


Relief Printing


Dorian Karahalios

Saturday 11/28

from 12 to 2pm


Stab books

hosted at

Spokane print and publishing


Located at 

1921 W Ash

Sign up now to ensure your spot!

Class sizes limited

to 4-5 people

(they fill up fast)

Shows and exhibitions

Wooden Storytellers

hosted by

Chase Gallery

A display of large woodcuts printed by the director of Big Ink, Lyell Castonguay. An impressive collection curated by Reinaldo Gil Zambrano that show cases 16 artists from across the United States. 

Click Here to see the virtual show.

Huella Dactilar

hosted by

Terrain Gallery

A selection of printmaking work from regional and national printmaking artists curated by Carl Richardson and Reinaldo Gil Zambrano. This exhibition will be opening on First Friday November 6th with a masked reception.


Click Here to see the virtual show.

Appointment contact: Jackie Caro, 

Time to Play

hosted by

Saranac Art Projects

Showing the work from printmaking professor Emeritus Mary Farrel and printmaking artist Reinaldo Gil Zambrano doing some explorations beyond printed matter. This exhibition is available in person by appointment only, please contact Reinaldo or Mary Farrell with questions.

Online show HERE

POP: Power from Warhol to Koons

hosted by

Museum of Arts and Culture

From Campbell’s Soup to Mickey Mouse, and from comic strips to balloon dogs, POP Power from Warhol to Koons celebrates the evolution of Pop art, a perennial movement that revels in the new and the now, the celebrity and the commodity, and art made accessible for all.


For more information please visit:

Matrix Press: 20 years of Collaboration

hosted by

The Jundt Art Museum

FROM UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA. Featuring fine art prints by: Tom Huck, Mary Farrel, John Hitchcock, Miriam Schapiro and many more.

Appointment Only:

Contact Karen Kaiser, curator of Education (509) 313-6613


Cuentos, Mitos y Leyendas de America Latina

hosted by

Eastern Washington University

Art Gallery

This exhibition is the result of a portfolio exchange that features 23 prints by artists from the USA and Mexico.


Exhibition available online Here.

And by appointment contact: Nancy Hathaway

Panel Discussion and Instagram Live

The resilience 

of print: the importance of printmaking in a contemporary world, featuring:

Sharma Shields:

Celebrated Author and publisher Scablands Books

Dr. Bert Emerson:

Whitworth Professor, 19th-Century Print Scholar

Thom Caraway:

Poet, Printer, Professor and Publisher

Sandra Williams:

Editor and Publisher of the Black Lens News

Mary Farrel:

Printmaking artist and Professor Emeritus   

Artists from

their studios

Every Wednesday on IG

Ben Munoz from Dallas Texas @thebenmunoz

3 gatos press from Guadalajara Mexico @3gatospress

Sue Van Gageldonk from Holland @suevangageldonk


Spokane Print and

publishing center

Holiday Sale!!!

online now

Shipping and Curbside pick-up available!