The Print Council of Australia was formed in 1966 by a group of print media artists from the Working Men's College (now RMIT University). This group originally came together as "The Melbourne Graphic Artists" to exhibit, exchange creative ideas and experiment with printmaking techniques. Read more about the PCA in the following articles:
- The PCA: Retrospect and Prospect by Professor Diana Davis
- Marks and Motifs: Prints from the PCA Collection by Stephen Rainbird
- 40 Years of IMPRINT by Sue Forster
These articles were first published in the 40th anniversary issue of IMPRINT, Winter 2006, Vol. 41, Number 2. This and other back issues of IMPRINT can be purchased from the IMPRINT Magazine page.