Established in 2006, the Riverside Print Group is a Cambridge-based collective of printmaking enthusiasts. Group members study, create, and exhibit together; facilitate community art projects, and work to raise the profile of the art form that they love.
The Group's story began in a renovated silk mill on the banks of the Grand River. Design at Riverside boasted an art gallery and a print studio, both programmed by Cambridge Art Galleries. Many group members met in the first etching classes that were offered here. At the end of 2019, the art gallery and print studio were decommissioned.
As Group members look to the future, we acknowledge our debt to Idea Exchange, and thank Cambridge Art Galleries for being an important part of our origin story, especially Past Director Mary Misner, Education Officer Robert Thody, and Brian Musson, our first teacher.
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