With a strong local presence and an international reputation for excellence, The Print Center is a nonprofit organization that encourages the growth and understanding of photography and printmaking as vital contemporary arts through exhibitions, publications and educational programs, which are always free and open to the public.
Founded in 1915, The Print Center has made its home in an historic carriage house at 1614 Latimer Street since 1917. Over the last 100 years, we have earned a distinguished reputation for engaging exhibitions and compelling programs that highlight established and emerging local, national and international contemporary artists. The Artists-in-Schools Program has offered valuable arts education to thousands of underserved Philadelphia high school students, The ANNUAL Competition is one of the oldest art competitions in the country and the Gallery Store offers the largest selection of contemporary prints and photographs available for sale in Philadelphia.
You can double or triple the impact of your gift at no extra cost! Many employers will match charitable donations made by their employees even if they are retired. Request a Matching Gift Form from your Community Relations or Human Resources Department and send it to us at 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
All gifts of $100 and above are recognized on our Donor Wall, online and in our galleries.
To learn more, please contact The Print Center at 215.735.6090 x1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Direct Your Gift To:
Annual Fund / General Support
Artists-in-Schools Program (AISP)
In Honor of / in Memory of
Support our Annual Benefit Auction! Through December 22, 2022
This is our most important annual fundraiser! Proceeds directly support our critically-acclaimed exhibitions, publications and educational programs.There are multiple ways to support the Benefit: Bid on 50+ fabulous artworks and books at Artsy.net Make a 100% tax deductible gift in support of Fund-a-Need, this year supporting the Bradford Paid Internship Program
Other Ways to Give:
Give to the Centennial Fund to celebrate a century of inspiring photography and printmaking
In honor of our Centennial Anniversary in 2015, we are offering a special opportunity to celebrate the legacy of one of Philadelphia’s bedrock institutions, described by a local artist as a “national treasure.” Your gift to the Centennial Fund will honor all of the accomplishments of our first 100 years and launch us into a second century poised for greatness! With your support we will establish The Print Center as an international voice in print, increase investment into exhibition planning, launch a publications program, expand educational offerings and prepare our home for the next one hundred years.
Please support this historic milestone and the exciting future of this exceptional arts organization.
A gift of $2,015 commissions an essay by an important contemporary arts writer
A gift of $2,500 is acknowledged with a print from our Centennial Portfolio
A gift of $5,000 is acknowledged with our Centennial Portfolio
Give $10,000 - $100 for each of our 100 years
A gift of $10,000 supports artists' honoraria for a year
A gift of $20,150 underwrites the production of a new publication
Give $100,000 - $1,000 for each of our 100 years
A gift of $100,000 underwrites public programs and youth education for a year
A gift of $201,500 underwrites exhibition programming for a year
Other gift amount
If you would like to discuss your Centennial Gift, please call Executive Director Elizabeth Spungen at 215.735.6090 x4
Give to The Robert J. Morrison Fund
Robert J. “Bob” Morrison passed away on March 17, 2019. The distinguished art collector and philanthropist was a highly dedicated member of our Board of Governors. We are grateful for his contributions and have the deepest respect for his achievements. The Robert J. Morrison Fund will provide support for programs and publications which continue his legacy and passion for prints, artist books and mentoring collectors.
The Print Center is a federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and is registered as a charitable organization with the Pennsylvania Department of State's Bureau of Charitable Organizations.