See pictures from WPC 2019 annual party and meeting at Pyramid-Atlantic Gallery

Recent and Upcoming Programs

On Paper: Journal of the WPC

Membership Information

Print Selections for Members
at the Collector level

Contact Washington Print Club

WPC Members' Print Show


Founded in 1964, The Washington Print Club is open to all who are interested in fine art prints and the graphic arts: collectors, connoisseurs, artists, and just plain folks who enjoy prints and other works on paper as an art form.

The Club organizes frequent programs for its members:

  • Tours of important print-related exhibitions in the Washington, D.C. area, led by curators
  • Visits to significant private collections and to artists' studios
  • Panel discussions and lectures
  • Invitations to gallery openings
  • Exhibitions of prints from members' collections at area museums
  • Trips to other areas to see important shows or to visit artists' studios and important collections

Two times each year members receive the Club's publication,
On Paper: Journal of the Washington Print Club. The publication contains articles about recent programs and scholarly subjects of interest to print enthusiasts.

Members joining at the Collector level may choose an original signed print by a Washington area artist.

Requests for information may be placed on our contact form or on voice mail at (301) 460-5019.

Print Club members wishing to receive bulletins by email should respond to



Current officers and members of the  
Washington Print Club executive board are:

Jordan Benderly, Lorena Bradford, Joan Cooper (membership chair), Herb Cooper (webmaster), Kristine DeNinno, Melissa Fast, Joan Filson, Mike Hagan, Nancy Hirshbein, Joan Root (recording secretary), Eve Stockton, LuLen Walker, Brian Weinstein (Treasurer), Beverly With (programs), and Christopher With (president).

Advisors to The Washington Print Club
     from the arts community are:

Verna Curtis (Library of Congress), Alan Fern (National Portrait Gallery, Emeritus), Jay Fisher (Baltimore Museum of Art), Helen Frederick (George Mason University), Joann Moser (Smithsonian American Art Museum, emerita), Andrew Robison (National Gallery of Art, emeritus).