Print Center New York is the leading non-profit exhibition space in New York dedicated to exploring the dynamic and accessible medium of print within broader artistic and cultural discourses. Print Center New York engages audiences in a welcoming environment, both onsite and online, through interdisciplinary exhibitions, innovative scholarship, educational programming, and digital resources. A 501(c)(3) institution, Print Center New York depends on foundation, government, individual support, and members’ contributions to fund its programs. Opening in early October 2022, a new, ground floor space at 535 West 24th Street designed by architect Markus Dochantschi of studioMDA will house Print Center New York’s exhibition galleries and offices, significantly expanding public access and programming capacity.

New Voices

On View Summer 2023

The deadline to apply is 11:59PM ET Friday, September 30th. There is no fee to apply. Before submitting, please review the full program details on our website, including information about the curatorial process, program timeline, and expectations of selected artists.

The New Voices program information packet can be viewed here.


To be eligible, artists must:

  • currently live and make work in the United States. Artists must be able to fill out a W-9 and provide a social security number or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN)
  • have maintained a consistent studio practice for at least one year outside of an academic setting (current BFA/MFA students are not eligible; degrees of any sort are not required)
  • be working without representation by a major commercial gallery in the US

Print Center New York aims to provide support to a diverse and inclusive range of talent working in and around print. We encourage applications from artists of any race, ethnicity, national origin, age, physical ability, gender identity or expression, sexuality, or other experience or identity.


Carmen Hermo, Associate Curator for the Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, will lead the pilot year of New Voices with the guiding theme:


Are we living through end times, or a new dawn? Do our technologies imagine new ways of being, or rehash old problems in new packaging? Can an artistic approach—a material or process, visual language or scale—alter meaning? Or is it the other way around?

For the pilot year of New Voices, we encourage applicants to consider their work in terms of transformation. This could reference a perspective or expectation; a social or political reality; a traditional process or medium; a sense or knowledge of the self; or artists may take this prompt in any direction. Encouraging an open-ended reading, the call will result in an exhibition that is sharpened and balanced by unexpected manifestations of this theme.


  • Images should be in jpeg format, 72 dpi with longest dimension a maximum of 2,000 pixels OR less than 1MB.
  • Animations or other videos may be submitted as MP4, MOV, or FLV files. Please compress video files to be a manageable size.
  • Each file should be named as follows: artist's last name_first name_entry number. (For example: smith_john_01.jpg, smith_john_02.jpg, etc.)

For questions, please visit the program website and FAQ. For additional support, please contact Robin Siddall, Program Fellow, at programs@ipcny.org with the subject line "New Voices Additional Support."

We look forward to reviewing your application!

Print Center New York