Studio Immersion Project Annual Exhibitions

Installation view, (Christina Massey), courtesy of efa Project Space Program

Studio Immersion Project (SIP) is an intensive 3 month studio fellowship designed to immerse artists in the world of printmaking. Throughout the fellowship period SIP Fellows build upon existing skills and acquire new techniques. Through a selective application process the SIP invites artists from all media who are interested in exploring printmaking as an integral part of their art making. 

SIP is part of  EFA’s Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Program which opened in late 2005. The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, which is part of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, provides affordable workspace open to artists who seek to learn and pursue printmaking practice. The EFA Gallery hosted exhibitions from 2001–2008 and  thereafter re-launched as the EFA Project Space Program with the aim to  reach  diverse New York communities by focusing on collaborative and broader scope of art projects.

Artworks of recent SIP fellows are featured in two annual exhibitions:

Part I: July  11-29

Opening Reception: Wed, 11 July 6-8PM

Fanny Allié, Bradley Biancardi, Christina Massey, Sahana Ramakrishnan

Part II August 8-26 

Opening Reception: Wed, 8 August, 6-8PM

Raque Ford, Emily Kiacz, Patrice Renee Washington, Lachell Workman

Gallery and Workshop Hours:

Monday Closed

Tuesday – Friday 10am – 10pm

Saturday – Sunday 10am – 6pm

323 West 39th Street
5th Floor Gallery
New York, NY 10018


Christina Massey, Carbonation Romance, monoprint collage, 2017
Fanny Allié, MorningStar, collagraph, 2018
Installation view,  (On the left: Sahana Ramakrishnan,
3 on the right: Fanny Allié),  courtesy of efa Project Space Program
Installation view,  (Sahana Ramakrishnan ), courtesy of efa Project Space Program
Installation view,  (Bradley Biancardi), courtesy of efa Project Space Program
Left to right, taken by the efa Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop:  Bradley Biancardi, Fanny Allié, Sahana Ramakrishnan, Christina Massey – SIP Fellows, Summer Exhibition Part 1