In 2021 Grafein* organises an Open Call for its International Print Mail Art Project themed: See things in perspective.
Send us your work by post before 30 April 2021. Work in all printmaking techniques or work combined with printmaking, of postcard format (10×15 cm) and on strong paper (minimal 250 g/m2) can be submitted.
See full regulations below. Please share this Open Call with other printmakers.
1441 XP Purmerend
* Advisory board: Maja Anna Chris, Roos Marthe Thijsen and Ad Stijnman.
Windsor & Newton Aquarel block, cold pressed grano Fino, 15 postcards, 300 grams, 10 x 15 cm / 4 x 6 inch
Terschelling block aquarelverfpapier, 20 postcards, 300 grams, 10,5 x 14,8 cm / 4,5 x 5,85 inch
Fabriano Aquarello Postcards, 20 postcards, 300 grams, 105 x 148 mm
You can also make your own postcards.
Disclaimer: Organisers reserve the right to evaluate and exclude from participation in the project, without having to provide reasons of any kind, art works which, in their sole discretion, should prove to be unsuitable, do not follow the regulations, in case their content is harmful from a moral, ethical or legal point of view or if they are received damaged or dirty.
Roz Kean has had her work selected for showing in Megalo’s Online Exhibition of Relief Prints.
Go here to see this wonderful show.
Entries for the coming virtual exhibition of intaglio work are now open.
Print Day In May is a global celebration of printmaking, held annually on the first Saturday in May in print shops, studios, kitchens, on beaches and sidewalks all over the world.
Join us the first Saturday in May. Every year. Always.
Join us by registering on this site and/or joining the Facebook group Print Day in May Printmakers. Of course you can follow us on Instagram as well! Registration through this site gives you authorship on our blog pages, your name on the site as a participating artist, and emailed PDM newsletters.
For over ten years Robynn Smith and the MPC Printmakers have devoted the first Saturday in May to fine art printmaking. What began locally in the greater Monterey Bay Area of California in 2007, has become a worldwide event. In 2019, artists from all 50 US states, 60 different countries and all 7 continents participated! We are astonished, printmakers. We are thankful, and so proud to have you with us.
Please register for this annual, worldwide event right here. Once registered, this site/blog is for you! Post pix, respond to other printmakers and build community through our shared love of printmaking.
By providing a creative synergy and a forum for sharing and building community, this event unites printmakers worldwide and fosters a better understanding and appreciation of printmaking.
Participation is easy. Just make a print on May 2, 2020! Let the world know what you are doing by chiming in on our blog, Instagram and/or Facebook page.
Send us photos of your prints, your studios and your printmaking friends.
Invite guests and friends into your studios to share your love of printmaking.
Please join us! Make a print anywhere on 2nd May 2020. Complete an edition, try a new technique, make a footprint in the sand or snow, kiss a mirror, make handprints with kids…just print, enjoy, share and let us know about it!
Spread the word!!!! There are many ways to do so here are a few ideas:
Blog – PrintDayinMay.com – click on “Members and Registration” and follow instructions to register. This will allow you to post comments and photos. Use us as a printmaking forum!
Facebook Group – Print Day in May Printmakers
Facebook – @printdayinmay
Instagram – @printdayinmay
Contact – Robynn Smith for more information.
Having built this beautiful community, don’t forget to check back and share your work year round! In the meantime, we’ll be looking forward to everything Print Day In May 2020 has in store for us.
Thank you all,
Below please find some pictures from PDiM 2019. You can assume that 2020 will find the event bigger and better than ever. Check in regularly for updates, and register today!
From PDiM 2019:
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.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2017/18 – INTERNATIONAL OPEN SUBMISSION PRINTMAKING SHOW
Art at Wharepuke is pleased to announce that applications for our 5th International Open Submission Printmaking Show are now open.
International Open Submission Printmaking Show
4th International Open Print Show 2015/16
Works ranging from traditional printmaking techniques on paper to 3D and video will be considered (no direct photography or giclée reproductions of existing works please).
Artists engaging with contemporary printmaking and working within the wider context of print, the printed and the reproducible are encouraged to apply. We are particularly interested in expanded print, intermedial print practice and transdiciplinary print works.
Entry Forms and Information here.