Learn from the experts that started it all.

Cone Editions Press was the first commercial digital fine-art print lab. Even before it went digital, Jon and Cathy were teaching workshops on screen-printing & gravure.

Take a four day workshop in Piezography Printing!

Learn how to print with Piezography K7 & Piezography Pro. Learn how to linearize Piezography, how to repair your printer, & master your image in Photoshop. Walk away with a slew of amazing prints!

Learn the best digital negative system on earth.

Print with Platinum & learn the PiezoDN digital negative process. Learn to linearize and profile your negative for any darkroom process. Learn to master images for low-contrast alt-process mediums. All metals included.

Take an open-ended 1-1 workshop with us.

Whether it’s one day or four days, come to our studio and learn in a way that’s tailored to exactly what you need to know.

Implementing Piezography in your lab?

Learn how to set up Piezography in a learning environment or commercial print lab. We bring you behind the scenes and show you all the secret tricks that we’ve developed for implementing a smooth workflow from start to finish. This workshop is for individuals or teams.

Fine-Art Digital Printmaking Workshops

Our workshops are hands-on and cover a wide range of techniques, equipment and materials. The workshops take place in the studios of Cone Editions Press and and at Making Art Safely in Santa Fe, NM. These workshops offer attendees the unique opportunity to learn workflow and procedures from the masters. These workshops are an excellent opportunity to learn proven workflow in a fully equipped digital printmaking studio immersed in the latest technologies. Come see why Margaret Miller, Director of the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum declared that “Jon Cone is almost the Tamarind of the moment, because he’s done so much with the training and adapting of this new medium for printmaking.”

General Info: Lodging, Food, etc.

LOCATION AND HOURS:

The studio is located at 17 Powder Spring Road, Topsham, Vermont 05076. It is registered with Google Maps and you can trust Google directions to our studio. The studio is open to students from 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Instruction is typically delivered between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Your instructor sets time for demonstrations, lunch, critiques and clean up.

TRAVEL:

Our nearest airport (75 minutes) is Burlington International Airport (BTV) in Burlington, VT. Other airports are Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) (130 minutes) and Boston-Logan (180 minutes). There are car rentals as well as private taxis and shuttles between the airport in Burlington, VT and East Topsham.

LODGING:

The amount of lodging near us is very limited. You must make reservations early. Within walking distance is a small B&B with friendly owners and excellent breakfast at which you can stay at or buy it if you like our village: http://www.vermontbackintime.info/

In nearby Fairlee, VT is the Lake Morey Resort: http://www.lakemoreyresort.com

About 45 minutes away is Hanover, NH home of Dartmouth University with more upscale type hotels and a wide choice of very high standard dining.

CAMPING:

East Corinth
Thompson Hill Campground and Store: http://www.thompsonhillcampground.com/

Groton State Forest
Ricker Pond State Park: http://www.vtstateparks.com/ricker.html

DINING

We provide a tasty and healthy lunch each day according to the questionairre you are asked to fill out prior to your arrival. Coffee, esspresso, and tea are all very important to us and is always available fresh ground. We have a refrigerator in case you need to bring things you would rather not be without.

For dinner, Vermont is known for its interesting and regional cuisine. Some of our favorites are close and others are not so close.

Bradford, VT
Colatina Exit: http://www.colatinaexit.com

Fairlee, VT
Samurai Soul Food: https://www.facebook.com/samuraisoulfood/

Whippi Dip: https://www.facebook.com/Whippi-Dip-186799878038774/

Montpelier, VT

Kismet: www.kismet.com

Salt: http://www.saltcafevt.com

New England Culinary Institute restaurants: http://www.neci.edu/restaurants/

Three Penny Taproom http://www.threepennytaproom.com

Orford, NH

Peyton Place http://www.peytonplacerestaurant.com

Ariana’s http://www.arianasrestaurant.com

Hanover, NH

Salt Hill Pub http://www.salthillpub.com

Pine http://www.pineathanoverinn.com/

Canoe Club http://www.canoeclub.us/

And of course, this also happens at our workshops!