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IFPDA Foundation Grants

The Foundation provides financial support to museums and non-profit organizations for exhibitions, publications, and educational projects that promote greater awareness and understanding of printmaking as an artistic medium.

Grants are made to non-profit organizations that are certified tax-exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service code. Applications from organizations outside the United States that can document not-for-profit status will also be considered.

Online submission typically opens in January each year and must be completed by April. Please download the Grants Guidelines for complete details.

Applications for 2024 are now closed.


Mead Art Museum: Amherst College

Collecting 101: Acquiring Art for the Mead

Support up to twelve college students in Collecting 101: a student-involved print acquisitions program at the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College.


Krannert Art Museum

Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt

To support “Storywork the Prints of Marie Watt” exhibition and its programming.


Gallery North

Matrix: Lining Up a New Generation of Printmakers

Providing the greater community with the opportunity to realize their artistic potential through printmaking.


Zimmerli Art Museum

“The Brodsky Center: 30 Years of Innovative Print Editions at Rutgers University."

We would use the grant to cover the cost of framing and matting the 90+ works-on-paper in the exhibition.


La Casa del Libro, Inc

“Ex-libris, a print for your book” exhibition

To support catalog printing for their exhibition


Graduate Theological Union

Geografias Paralelas

To bring the three printmakers of the Geografías Paralelas exhibition to the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA for two day-long programs focused on printing techniques, history, and meaning in Latinx art and community.


State University of Iowa Foundation

Video Interviews with Contemporary Printmakers from India

Complete the initial phase of editing approximately sixty videography interviews for an accompanying website.


The Japanese Art Society of America

Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan

JASA seeks support for the organization's 50th anniversary exhibition, Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan, the first comprehensive exhibition of Meiji art in the United States that celebrates Japan's nonwestern modernity.


The Museum of Modern Art

New Ground: Jacob Samuel and Contemporary Etching

To support New Ground: Jacob Samuel and Contemporary Etching exhibition and catalogue.

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