Edinburgh Printmakers is a centre for printmaking and the visual arts in Fountainbridge. It has a large light-filled printmaking studio, digital studio, darkroom, classes, two galleries, a shop selling original prints and handmade products, hire spaces for meetings, events or learning activities, a cafe, a courtyard and community garden.
It is set in Castle Mills, a beautiful heritage building that used to be a rubber factory and a brewery complex. Castle Mills houses two galleries, with a changing programme of contemporary visual art exhibitions.
It’s also home to one of the largest printmaking studios in Europe. It’s open to anyone who would like to join a course or become a member. It was established in 1967 as the first open-access studio in Britain.
Our online Viewing Rooms offer a curated selection of prints for sale, all made onsite at the Edinburgh Printmakers studio.
Current Viewing Rooms
Rachel Maclean: Revisited (Online Viewing Room)21 May - 12 September 2021 To coincide with the artist's new exhibition upside mimi ᴉɯᴉɯ uʍop at Jupiter Artland we revisit and celebrate nearly a decade of creativity and collaboration between Edinburgh Printmakers and Rachel...
Entanglements of Time & Tide: Sonia Mehra ChawlaEnvisioning an Oceanic Worldview Through the Lens of Art & Science 25 June (digital preview) A visual arts and science engagement project by India based artist and researcher Sonia Mehra Chawla, researching the North Sea and its coastal and marine ecosystems.