About us

The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking. Our focus is to:

  • Support Australian contemporary printmakers, especially emerging artists.
  • Run a Print Subscription Program with prints available for purchase by mail order.
  • Provide information on awards, scholarships and residencies.
  • Preserve the history of Australian contemporary printmaking through the PCA’s print archive which includes all the prints commissioned by the Print Council since it was established in 1966 and currently totals over 300 prints.
  • Produce IMPRINT magazine, with an estimated readership of 3500 per issue.
  • Provide membership services to over 1300 subscribers including schools, libraries, public art museums, art galleries, tertiary institutes as well as individual artists and print enthusiasts locally and internationally.

2014 Commissioned Prints



Kangaroo Bones, Broken Crockery, Drought by Anne McMaster

Limited edition commissioned prints can be purchased from our collection.

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Back issues of IMPRINT Magazine are available for purchase.

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Latest news

August was a big month for the PCA with Melbourne Art Fair, our fundraising auction of prints from the 45th anniversary touring exhibition, launch of the 2014 Print Commission and getting the work off for Kyoto Hanga International Print Exhibition, opening in Kyoto in late October. It seems all our members have been just as busy, and we only have a few prints to share with you this month, but what great prints they are! [read more]
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