Welcome to Tiger Lily Press

The print studio is open for Members!

Tiger Lily Press is a fine art printmaking studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, located  on the Dunham Recreation Center campus in West Price Hill. We offer workspace, presses, and equipment for etching, relief, letterpress, and silkscreen printmaking. Since 1979, volunteers with years of experience in the field of printmaking have maintained and operated the studio. 

TLP membership provides access to the studio plus opportunities for exhibiting, networking, and ongoing career development. The studio re-opened August 29, 2020, to Members only on a limited capacity basis.

For more information about membership, go to the Membership page. 

Classes are currently not scheduled due to the pandemic.

Tiger Lily partners with the local community, museums, and universities to fulfill TLP’s mission to produce, preserve, and promote the art of printmaking.

The studio is currently closed to visitors but please contact us if you have any questions. For a video tour of the studio, go here

Learn more about Tiger Lily Press:

The Art Show — ThinkTV and WCET

40 years in the (print) making: Tiger Lily Press perseveres thanks to loyal volunteers and members — Soapbox Media

The Company You Keep: “Tiger Lily Press 40th Anniversary Exhibition” at Kennedy Heights Arts Center, August 3-September 14, 2019

 

Click here for the January 2021 Newsletter!

 

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The Annual Membership Meeting (via Zoom) of Tiger Lily Press, a non-profit fine art printmaking studio, will be held January 30, 2021, 10 am until 11:30 am.   On the agenda is the election of officers and new board members, the year in review, plans going forward into 2021 and…

Rick Finn hails from northern Ohio and studied at The Cleveland Institute of Art and the Toledo Museum of Art. Fortunately, he eventually made his way to Cincinnati where he has become an active member of the art community and Tiger Lily Press. Known for his mastery of complex printmaking…

The Mid America Print Council’s biennial conference was originally scheduled for Kent State University this weekend. In lieu of a face-to-face conference this year, KSU and MAPC co-hosted a remote symposium. The conference was free to MAPC members. Over 600 people registered for the event! The theme of the symposium…