Prints and and other works on paper.
WARRINGAH PRINTMAKERS STUDIO
sat. 7 & sun. 8 april
viscosity printing with seraphina martin
Guest artist, Seraphina Martin returns to our studio to demonstrate and teach the remarkable possibilities of viscosity colour printing. Using photopolymer plates we will explore the various ways these plates may be printed. Seraphina trained at Atelier 17 studio in Paris with Stanley William Hayter, the inventor of this technique.
Detail: Index Cards for Normalcy, Carolyn Mackenzie-Craig.
Entries Close: Monday 14th May, 2018
Artists Notified: Friday 18th May, 2018
Exhibition Dates: 27th July to 19th August, 2018
For further information and Entry Form, go here.
Tama Art University has organized the Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial five times thus far, with the aims of showing the world’s latest contemporary prints and collecting scholarly data on materials, techniques, and expressions of printmaking.
For this sixth edition, we will hold an open competition in search of greater artistic and cultural diversity.
Entry period OPENS starts at 11 AM on January 11(Thu.), 2018 (Japan time)
Entry period CLOSES at 8 PM on January 25(Thu.), 2018 (Japan time)
Works must have been produced in 2016 or later.
Each person may only submit one work.
Works must be signed and edition-numbered by the artist.
There are no restrictions on plate types or techniques used.
Works are to be on A4 size (297 x 210 mm) paper, horizontal or vertical, and the image size is to be no larger than 270 x 180 mm.
We do not accept collaborative works.
Works that soil the surrounding environment or are difficult to handle may not be accepted.
This is an open competition.
There is no fee to exhibit.
Selected works will be acquired by the Tama Art University Museum of Art and will not be returned.
Entry form here.
National Works on Paper
The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s National Works on Paper was established in 1998 and incorporated the former Spring Festival of Drawing and the Prints Acquisitive which began in 1973.
National Works on Paper is one of Australia’s most prestigious awards and acquisitive exhibitions. A biennial exhibition, its role is to support and promote contemporary Australian artists working on or with paper.
Recent winners of the National Works on Paper include Daniel O’Shane, Jess Johnson, Laith McGregor, Richard Lewer, Danie Mellor, Gareth Sansom, Paul Boston, Lisa Roet and eX de Medici.
2018 CALL FOR ENTRIES
Up to $50,000 Acquisitions and Awards
Entries open: 25 January
Entries close: 6 April
Exhibition dates: 20 July – 9 September 2018