|Enter the Print Commission 2022!|
Entries Due 5pm 15 February, 2022 For over 50 years the Print Council of Australia has invited contemporary artists to create new editions of original prints for our annual Print Commission.
Works created for the Commission are acquired by collections and subscribers across Australia and internationally. This year the artist payment has increased to $1000 for each selected artist, and they also receive an artist proof of each of the Print Commission 2022 prints!
Enter the Print Commission for a chance to join the illustrious lineage of commission artists.
The Print Commission 2022 will be judged by Robert Heather (Executive Director – Art Gallery Society of NSW) and Akky van Ogtrop (President – Print Council of Australia).
Image: Anita Laurence, Mullinmur Billabong, linocut, edition of 30. Print Commission 2021
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An exhibition of contemporary Artists’ Books by Print Council of Australia Members.
Our members Helen Mueller, Helen Best, Barbara Davidson, Susan Baran, and Nathalie Hartog-Gautier have books in this show. You can see the show online here.
Established in 1966, for over 50 years the Print Council of Australia has promoted and supported contemporary artists working in print media, and advocated for the appreciation of printmaking as a vital and vibrant field of creative endeavour in the Australian context. This advocacy extends to related practices such as artist books and zines, and the broader field of works on paper.
The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit member organisation. They publish Imprint, the quarterly art magazine dedicated to contemporary printmaking in Australia and beyond.
It has members from throughout Australia and overseas, including artists, students, arts institutions, galleries, universities, schools and collectors.
The PCA receives NO funding and absolutely relies on membership to raise the funds to pay their hard working staff, pay overheads and produce IMPRINT magazine. Without members the PCA cannot exist.
As a national, not-for-profit organisation, the PCA has Committee Representatives in each state and territory, activating the Australian print community at a grass roots level. The Print Council of Australia has an open membership policy with no restrictions on joining.
From $77.00 a year (including GST), this is what you get from membership of PCA:
- Subscription to IMPRINT, the quarterly art magazine dedicated to printmaking, artist books, zines and works on paper. (Four issues per year)
- Free promotion for your exhibitions ‘Australia in Print’ in IMPRINT, in the
- monthly e-newsletters and social media platforms. Visit the Member Exhibition Submission page for more info.
- Opportunities for artists including the annual PCA Print Commission and the biennial PCA Print Exchange project.
- Stay connected to what is happening in the world of print through information about awards and opportunities.
- Opportunities to purchase prints at member rates in the annual PCA Print Commission program.
- Exclusive discounts at various art suppliers, framers and workshops.
- Exclusive events such as curator talks and collection tours.
- Voting rights: the PCA is a membership organisation, as a member you have the right to vote at our Annual General Meeting as well as nominating for and electing national Committee Representatives.
From: $77.00 inc GST / year
Renew your membership of the Print Council or join up here.
For membership enquiries or other information, contact the PCA office on 03 9416 0150 or