Log into your account (or create one) to purchase or renew membership. Click login in the upper right corner of our site to get started.

A modest annual administrative fee of $50 will allow you to enjoy many benefits as an MGC member.

​Membership benefits (additional fees apply):


  • ​Ability to enroll in classes (only members are eligible to enroll in classes on-site; for online classes, members receive a small discount)

  • Use our open workshop facilities by purchasing workshop time

  • Rent storage space

  • Show your work in our main gallery: click here for guidelines.


​​Free member benefits:

  • Access to MGC's online community forum

  • Show your work online on MGC’s website: click here for guidelines.

  • Propose and/or participate in group exhibitions in our Project Space gallery: click here for guidelines.

  • Propose and/or participate in MGC’s portfolio projects. Organized around a single theme, these portfolios give printmakers an opportunity to work collaboratively, exhibit their work, and acquire a collection of prints. 

  • A modest annual membership fee of $50 allows us to offer programming and facilities to printmakers at an affordable rate.


Membership is required to gain access to programs. The membership fee does not cover program costs - it just permits access to purchase these services. 

MGC's new Isolation Art Club - Instructions

You are invited to join other MGC members online in the MGC Isolation Art Club (IAC), a new complimentary member benefit! This is a private forum on our website where you can post images, start a discussion, comment on others' posts, and share thoughts on others' work. All media, techniques, and subjects are welcome. We know many of you are unable to make prints without access to the studio.


Staff will moderate the forum and post ideas and resources on a regular basis, but you are welcome to start your own topics. We will also host  weekly IAC Comes Together sessions via Zoom on Wednesdays at 3 pm - details with link posted on the forum. 



  1. Click the new "login" button at the upper right of our website. Create a new account for yourself using your preferred email address + a password. 

  2. If you are a new member, you must pay for the annual membership plan above to access the forum.

  3. If you are already a current member, MGC staff will add your membership to the website manually. This has to be done individually for each member, so please be patient. We anticipate it will take a day or less. 

  4. Once your membership is registered on the system (whether a new member or current member), you will receive an email from MGC that will confirm your membership + expiration date. 

  5. Next, login with your account info and access the "Isolation Art Club" page under "Membership." 

  6. In order to post, you will need to create a public profile. Go to the login button and choose "profile" from the drop down menu. This will bring you to your profile page. Click on the three vertical dots to the right of your profile info and choose "edit" from the menu to choose a profile pic and enter a bio. When you are happy with your profile, choose "make profile public."  

  7. When you are ready to post, click on the category you'd like to post in and you will then see the "create a post" button on the top right under your profile image. 

  8. Enjoy the IAC forum! You can access the forum on your computer or phone, as long as you are logged in to the website.

  9. BONUS: From now on you will also be able to access your purchase history and update contact information under the "login" button.


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New York City Department of Cultural Affairs | The Scherman Foundation for its generous and continuing support | New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature | The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation | The Charles Locke Art Fund | The Jockey Hollow Foundation |  Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation | Friends and MGC members who have made donations to the Center


Our programs are supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.