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For entries in the Listings and Opportunities Sections of the Summer 2018 (June) Issue of Printmaking Today - for exhibitions, events and opportunities planned for June, July and August 2018. Deadline for entries 20 April 2018

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Volume 27 2018 SPRING ISSUE 105    

Featuring profiles on Gerry Baptist RE, Michael Goro and Angela Cavalieri. The RA printmakers look ahead to the London Original Print Fair. We have a technical article on Risographs, a report from a project at the Prints and Drawings room at the British Museum, an update on the goings on at the Krakow Triennial and how print has been used to right imbalances in a leading Canadian gallery’s collection. Plus regulars including artists’ books, listings, news & reviews


Volume 26 2017 WINTER ISSUE 104

Features a one-off interactive artwork by @JULMstudios inside. Profiles on Deborah Chapman, Annu Vertanen and Toni Martina RE. A special focus on lithography looks at contemporary Chinese lithographers, Gini Wade’s hidden mentor and a residency near the source quarry for all lithographic stones. We explore modern applications of the ancient printmaking technique takuhon, how to print 3D relief plates and the allure of Keiko Hara’s work to collectors. Plus regulars including artists’ books, listings, news & reviews


Volume 26 2017 AUTUMN ISSUE 103

Profiles on Morgan Doyle RE, Zuzanna Dyrda, Susan Goethel Campbell and Preeti Sood. Mychael Barratt PRE on his hidden mentor, a technical article exploring etching and lithography on ceramics and Chris Pig on designing and building your own studio. Plus artists' books, residency, practical and education features, listings, news & reviews.

Volume 26 2017 SUMMER ISSUE 102

Highlights include

Profiles on Rebecca Salter RA, Muhammad Atif Khan, Dawson Murray ARE and Melanie Yazzie. Peter S. Smith RE reveals his hidden mentor and a print collector gives her insight on building a collection. Plus artists' books, technical, practical and education features, listings news & reviews.

Volume 26 2017 SPRING ISSUE 101

Highlights include

Profiles of Alison Alder, Takuji Hamanaka, Zang Liang and Tania Rutland. This issue spans the globe, from New York, to Chongqing and Canberra. We delve into deep hybrid printmaking, and visit workshops in Kentish Town, Northumbria and Cambodia. Plus artists' books, technical and practical features, collector's digest, listings, news & reviews.

Volume 25 2016 WINTER ISSUE 100

Cover Jonny Hannah 

Profiles of Julia Dault, Katherine Polk, Mick Rooney RA RE and Ryuta Suzuki, and features on world-class collections, collaborations and print studios. Plus artists' books, technical and practical features, collector's digest, listings, news & reviews.

Volume 25 2016 AUTUMN ISSUE 99

Highlights include

Features on Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Clive Hicks-Jenkins and Volkhardt Müller, and State of the Art prizewinners Maria Quintin and Hannamari Jalovaraa. We report on postage stamps designs, investigate three-dimensional prints, and visit studios and museums from New York's 42nd Street to rural Western Australia. Plus artists' books, technical and practical features, collector's digest, listings, news & reviews.