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Classes at Chicago Printmakers Collaborative

  • Duffy O’Connor

    Primarily an etcher, Duffy O’Connor also teaches relief printmaking and screenprinting. He offers private and small group sessions (up to three students) in intaglio processes (etching, drypoint, mezzotint, engraving), relief processes (woodcut, linocut, wood engraving), and screenprinting using photosensitive process or working directly on the screen.

    To book with Duffy, please email: duffy@duffyoconnor.com


    Duffy O'Connor is an artist and educator residing in Chicago since 1999.  Holding a bachelor's degree in History from Grand Valley State University and is a graduate of the University of Iowa's School of Art and Art History with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking.  Mr. O'Connor has been a member of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative since the year 2000.  In addition to the Printmakers Collaborative, Mr. O'Connor teaches art and design at Harper College and drawing and printmaking classes at the Evanston Art Center.

  • Eric Wilson

    Eric Wilson offers private and small group sessions (up to three students) in traditional stone lithography, plate lithography, and photo lithography. Classes are offered in two 3-hour sessions. The first session focuses on drawing and processing; the second session is for printing. Wilson is also available for drawing and printing demonstrations covering the history and process of stone lithography. For more unique requests, please inquire.

    To book with Eric, please email: ericwilsonprint@gmail.com


    Eric Wilson is an artist and educator living in Chicago IL. Wilson is a practicing lithographer with over ten years of experience in printmaking. He received his BFA in Printmaking at Northern Illinois University and his MFA in Printmaking at the University of Arizona. While he is well-versed in all printmaking mediums, he has focused his practice on lithography. His current work merges historic and contemporary styles and printing techniques. Wilson specializes in traditional stone lithography, aluminum plate litho, and photo litho. He currently teaches at Harold Washington College and Chicago Printmakers Collaborative.

  • Kal Lee

    Kal Lee is available for private and small group sessions (up to three students) in screenprinting and beginner level relief.

    To book with Kal, please email: kvelee7@gmail.com


    Kal is an interdisciplinary artist from Korea, based in Chicago. They got their BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, focusing heavily on printmaking. They've been teaching private screenprinting lessons at CPC, but they are trained in other techniques: relief, etching, and lithography.

  • Kim Laurel

    Kim Laurel teaches private and small group sessions (up to three students) in Monoprint, Monotype, Gelatin/Gelli Plate, Collagraph, Collage and specialty techniques on a per-request basis both on and off the press. Classes are offered in 3-hour sessions. For more unique requests please inquire.

    To book with Kim, please email: info@chicagoprintmakers.com


    Kim Laurel is an artist and graphic designer originally from Cleveland, Ohio. She studied at Oberlin College, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland State University and received her Masters Degree from Illinois State University. One of the original members of CPC, Kim has exhibited her work internationally and her works are part of both public and private collections.

  • Work Sessions

    If you have a basic understanding of printmaking and don’t need how-to instruction (or if you’re a student looking for extra shop time) work sessions are for you! A shop member will be on site to help you find what you need; otherwise, you are expected to work independently. A prior private lesson, group class, or brief portfolio review may be necessary to ensure that you are capable of using the equipment. You will be required to wear a mask at all times.

    Work sessions are available in the following techniques: Etching, Photoetching, Lithography (stone, plate, and paper), Screenprinting, Relief (woodcut and linoleum), Bookmaking, Collograph, and Monoprint.


    Work Sessions are currently on hold during CPC's transitional phase. Join our newsletter to be notified when work session availability resumes.