If you've made it this far: Thank you.
As someone who has supported The Open Press and experienced pulling a letterpress print, your feedback is extremely sought-after, valuable, and important. Please take a moment to fill out this short survey. Be as brief or as thorough as you'd like/have time for.

We would love to have your information so that we can follow up with you on specific questions related to your feedback, but if you prefer to take this survey anonymously in order to give truly honest and blunt feedback, that's fine too.
Would you recommend this or a similar workshop to a friend or colleague? *
Would you consider building on your experience by taking a 3-night Intermediate Class for $225? That's $25 per hour of instruction. *
We'd love to hear your thoughts on why you would or wouldn't be into the idea of continuing your letterpress education here at The Open Press. If you think it's too expensive, tell us how much you'd like to pay. If letterpress doesn't float your boat or wasn't what you expected, we'd like to hear about that too.
Any feedback is good feedback, be it positive or negative. We'd love to hear your thoughts and general feelings on the workshop, or more specific suggestions on how to make it better.
We feel that The Open Press is a unique and valuable resource for the city of Chattanooga, and that it should be utilized and taken advantage of. Our main objective is simple: Get more people in the shop making things. If there is anything that inhibits you from doing just that, we'd like to hear about it. Is there machinery or equipment that would help attract you to the shop if it were to be obtained? Are there classes or events that you would like to see take place? This is a feedback free-for-all: anything goes. Let it fly.
Membership / Usage Fees *
An Annual Membership to The Open Press is currently offered at $150. That's $12.50 per month. Press time is offered at $25/hour, but all other pre-press/drawing/Wi-Fi/hang out time is free. If cost is a deterrent to your becoming active at the shop, how much would you consider paying for an annual membership?