Listings and Opportunities
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OPPORTUNITIES AND LISTINGS - Spring 2018
International Call for Entries: 12th Annual Aesthetica Art Prize
Offers both emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience, and further their engagement with the international art world. For more detailed information and link to enter: http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/art-prize/
DEADLINE: 31 Aug
CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY PRINTMAKING
International Call for Entries: 6th Biennial FOOTPRINT International Competition 2018 Contemporary prints within the bounds of one square foot (12” x 12”). Juror: Susan Tallman, Art in Print, Editor-in-Chief. Eligibility: art must be hand-pulled and generated using at least one traditional printmaking method. Prizes and Awards: $1,000 in cash prizes and purchase awards will be awarded and the Awagami Paper Award, $300 (50 sheets) in editioning paper. Details: https://contemprints.org/exhibitions/calls-for-entries/
DEADLINE: 10 Mar
THE ROYAL DRAWING SCHOOL
The Drawing Year 2018/19 The Drawing Year is a full scholarship MA-level course at The Royal Drawing School offering up to thirty students the opportunity to focus on drawing from observation for one academic year. There are no tuition fees for The Drawing Year – all students are awarded a full scholarship and receive a free studio space.
DEADLINE: 9 Apr
SPIKE PRINT STUDIO
Spike Island, Bristol
On Paper. International Call for Submissions: 4th Annual International Printmaking Award 2018
Each artist can submit one piece of work on a paper size of 300mm x 400mm.
The print size can be any within the size of the paper. Awards: First prize 1000€. Second prize, 300€, for the print with the most creative printing process. The Awagami Factory sponsors The Awagami Paper Award – 100 sheets of Awagami editioning paper worth 500€ The shortlisted artists for the On Paper Award 2018 will be exhibited in the Spike Print Studio at Spike Island, Bristol (UK) in summer 2018. Entry fee: 26€.
DEADLINE: 1 Apr
Conferences & Symposia
ARTISTS WHO MAKE BOOKS – Symposium
Call for expressions of interest from any potential Candidates/Groups/Individuals or Institutions for the symposium held in Wexford, Ireland between 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2018.
Contact Andi McGarry, organiser: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0851561590. The Moorings, Kilmore Quay, Wexford, EIRE.
Moosaustr. 18A, D-94258 Frauenau, Germany
International Summer Art Academy in Eastern Bavaria offers printmaking courses.
Gisela Griem: Experimental Wood Engraving and Lino Cuts. 4 – 11 Jul
Károly Borbély: Wood Cuts – Making Wood Fly. 1 – 8 Aug
Workshops with the travelling bookbinder Rachel Hazell
Shetland Lighthouse Workshop, Scotland Sewn Structure Series: bookart, collage and text generation culminating in the production of one main project in its own slipcase. Price: £589.
Details: https://www.rachelhazell.com/product-category/workshops/ 19 – 23 Apr
Planetary Papers with Lucy Baxandall
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT
Work towards a finished space-themed artwork in two or three dimensions, even an artist’s book. Come armed with ideas and sketches.
23 & 30 Jun 2018 (10 hours over 2 weeks) 10am – 4pm
Exhibitions & Fairs
8TH INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS' BOOKS TRIENNIAL VILNIUS 2018
An international jury will select the 8th Artists' Books Triennial Vilnius 2018. Main Prize - A solo artists' books exhibition in Vilnius in 2021 together with the 9th International Artists' Books Triennial Vilnius 2021.
Deadline: 15 Nov
Exhibitions & Fairs
THE ALISON RICHARD BUILDING (ARU)
Sidgewick Campus, Cambridge University, Cambridge Exhibition proposals for the exhibition space at the University of Cambridge.
For further enquiries about exhibiting in the ARB please email Judith Weik, email@example.com
DEADLINE: Proposals are accepted all year round
48 Hopton St,London SE19JH
National Original Print Exhibition 2018
Call for submissions for annual international juried exhibition at Bankside Gallery, from 19–30 September 2018.
All forms of original printmaking are eligible for entry.
For application details go to: https://www.re-printmakers.com/competitions/ or phone: 02079287521
DEADLINE: 28 Jun at midnight
THE BATH OPEN ART PRIZE 2018
Open to visual artists working an any medium, and an eclectic and exciting mix of high level submissions are received; including video, installation, painting and print.
Judges Stewart Geddes RWA and Ollie Adams. £20 per entry, up to 4 entries per person.
DEADLINE: 28 Apr
LONDON CENTRE FOR BOOK ARTS
Call for A6 books to be considered for sale.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with photos, a brief description, and the following information: Name of Artist(s), Title, Retail Price, Number of pages, Number of copies produced.
SEACOURT INTERNATIONAL MINI PRINT BIENNIAL 2018
All original print techniques are eligible. Artists can submit up to two works. Gallery commission 10% on sales. A fee of £20.00 sterling is required (50% deduction on this fee for artists from developing countries).
Further details and submission form available from http://www.seacourt-ni.org.uk/miniprint-2018
DEADLINE: 10 Apr
The Mall, London
The Derwent Art Prize. 2D & 3D artworks created with any pencil or coloured pencil as well as water soluble, pastel, graphite and charcoal by British and International artists.
Artists can submit up to 6 works with the first entry costing £15, and additional works at a cost of £5 each.
Successful works will be on displayed at the Mall Galleries in London from 18 – 23 Sept. First Prize £6,000, Second Prize £3,000, Third Prize £1,500
People’s Choice Award – Exhibition £750, Young Artist Award – For artists under 25 years £750, Coloured Pencil Award for Excellence – £500
DEADLINE: 8 May
RBSA Print Prize 2018
4 Brook St, Birmingham B3 1SA
The RBSA biennial Print Prize exhibition from 26 Jul – 1 Sept aims to champion and celebrate the exciting range of contemporary printmakers producing original printed artworks within the UK.
Selected artists also have the opportunity to be rewarded for their talents, with a top cash prize of £1,000!
Application packs available from 23 Apr and info from: http://rbsa.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/rbsa-print-prize-2018/
DEADLINE: 23 May
CHHAAP BARODA PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP, INDIA
Application on plain paper with few photographs of work. For more information, please visit: http://www.chhaap.com/artist_residency.html
EAST LONDON PRINTMAKERS
East London Printmakers A.I.R.
July – Dec 2018 Includes: 24-hour access to the studio’s facilities, 4.5 days a week for 12 week periods
£100 budget for material, £200 fee for running a one-day master workshop, Storage space for materials and a plan chest drawer.
The programme is open to local, national and international artists.
For more info and application form visit: https://www.eastlondonprintmakers.co.uk/artist-in-residence/
DEADLINE: 1 Jun
FRANS MASEREEL CENTRE
Residencies for artists to work with intaglio, relief, screenprint or litho, or to investigate the relationship of graphics with other visual arts. www.fransmasereelcentrum.be/en
GLURNS ART POINT (GAP)
Widumplatz 3, 39020 Glurns/Glorenza, Italy
GAP is also calling for artists for self directed residencies, for all artistic practices. Artist residencies open in June and end in September, the maximum residency time is three months.
GUANLAN PRINT RESIDENCY
The Guanlan Print Original Industry Base offers printmakers’ residencies free of charge.
It offers excellent print facilities & artists’ housing.
Artists cover own travel & food costs.
Contact Zhao Jiachun: email@example.com
MANHATTAN GRAPHICS CENTER SCHOLARSHIP, NYC
Manhattan Graphics Center offers 10 scholarships each year for artists who want to participate at the studio but can’t afford the fees.
STIWDIO MAELOR VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM
Stiwdio Maelor is now accepting applications from artists of any discipline for visiting artist opportunities in Corris, Machynlleth, North Wales.
Details: www.stiwdiomaelor.wordpress.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE: 15th each month
SSA EICHSTÄTT LITHOGRAPHY RESIDENCY PRIZE
Two week residency in 2019 for a practicing artist of any nationality, who is experienced in working in stone lithography. Details: www.s-s-a.org/lithography-residency/
DEADLINE: 31 Mar
ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING, USA
Entry Fee: $1,500 per 2-week session or $600 per 6-day Mini-Residency includes accommodation in onsite apartment.
Details: www.zeamaysprintmaking.com/residencies/ DEADLINE: Ongoing
RE ELECTION 2018
The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) holds an annual election for artists who would like to join the Society and enjoy the benefits of being a member. The selection process is thorough and challenging and many of our current members have undergone many elections before being successful.
The Society seeks practising professional printmakers from the UK and abroad and intends its membership to reflect the best of printmaking as an art form in all its diversity. Benefits of being a member include frequent opportunities to exhibit at Bankside Gallery on London’s South Bank, and elsewhere.
DEADLINE: 7 Feb at 12 noon
EXHIBITIONS AND LISTINGS
ALAN CRISTEA GALLERY
43 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JG
Richard Serra: Black & White.
Until 17 Mar
Sol LeWitt: Colour.
Until 17 Mar
Christiane Baumgartner: Liquid Light.
21 Mar – 21 Apr
Print Project Space: British Pop Prints.
4 – 21 Apr
26 Apr – 16 Jun
13a Shad Thames, London SE1 2PU
Architectural decay and destruction in ‘Exhibit A’.
Kristina Chan, East London Printmakers key holder and Florence Trust Resident Artist, in a joint exhibition with V&A Korean Ceramics Resident Juree Kim investigating architectural development and decay.
9 Mar – 7 Apr
48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH
RE Original Prints. The annual exhibition of new work by Members of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
18 May – 10 Jun
159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG
Jabberwocky and other nonsense in the here and now.
Encompassing two-dimensional and three-dimensional artworks (painting, photography, print, mixed media, installation), as well as video/film and performance, all of which may be political, personal or as nonsensical as the poem itself.
13 – 18 Mar
82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP
Tom Hammick: Lunar Voyage. Woodcuts depicting a metaphorical journey to outer space.
16 Mar – 5 May
LONDON PRINT STUDIO
425 Harrow Road, London W10 4RE
Posters from Paddington Print Shop. An exhibition of Paddington Printshop posters from the London Print Studio archives.
Founded in 1974 by John Phillips and Pippa Smith, Paddington Printshop was the original londonprintstudio.
Until 29 Mar
ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD
El Anatsui Hon RA: ‘Benchmarks’.
Anatsui has recently produced a new series of prints in close collaboration with October Gallery, London, and Factum Arte in Madrid, which stem from the creation of Anatsui’s metallic tapestries.
Until 20 Apr
SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP
Louise Hayward. Relief prints of city architecture.
5 – 18 Mar
Jennie Ing. Brightly coloured linocuts of London.
19 Mar – 1 Apr
Barbara Jackson. Etchings of animals and moody evening scenes, often with a nostalgic feel.
2 – 15 Apr
Libby Jones. Screenprints of landscapes.
16 – 29 Apr
Sue Ribbans. Linocuts of curvaceous animals, birds and “fat ladies”.
30 Apr – 13 May
Eileen St Julian Brown. Screenprints of underground stations, and sights seen when travelling.
14 – 27 May
Liz Whiteman Smith. Screenprints of brightly coloured comical or imaginary animals and birds.
28 May – 10 Jun
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
The Artful Book: 70 Years of The Folio Society. Illustrated books and bindings, as well as original artwork and ephemera from the publisher’s archive.
Until 1 May
Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH
America’s Cool Modernism – O’Keefe to Hopper. 80 paintings, photographs and prints.
23 Mar – 22 Jul
THE BISHOP’S PALACE
Wells, Somerset BA5 2PD
Breathe: Gail Mason. Painterly silkscreen monotypes revelling in the wonder and space that nature provides.
3 Mar – 29 Apr
THE CRAFT CENTRE LEEDS
City Art Gallery, Leeds LS1 3AB
Liz Somerville – Solo Print Exhibition. Walking inspired linocuts.
3 Mar – 23 Jun
Soane St, Ipswich IP4 2BE
Artists in Focus: Sudbourne Printmakers.
12 May – 6 Jan 2019
Charrington Print Room, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB
Designed to Impress. A selection of some of the Fitzwilliam’s most spectacular prints. See works by Rembrandt, Dürer and Van Dyck, alongside Whistler and Picasso.
13 Mar – 2 Sep
FRY ART GALLERY
9b Museum Street, Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1BN
Edward Bawden at Home.
200 artworks by one of Britain’s foremost artists and designers of the 20th century, includes work by Bawden’s close friend, Ravilious.
1 Apr – 28 Oct
Fry Gallery Too: When Bardfield moved to Saffron Walden: Artists in Saffron Walden from the 1960’s to the 1980’s. The inaugural exhibition at The Fry’s new second home, Fry Gallery Too.
Until 25 Mar
THE HEPWORTH WAKEFIELD
Gallery Walk, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 5AW
School Prints. Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, Haroon Mirza and Rose Wylie have created new prints for schools, which are displayed alongside the original 1940s school prints.
Until 3 Jun
HUDDERSFIELD ART GALLERY
Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield HD1 2SU
New Light Prize Exhibition. A high-profile show celebrating contemporary artists from all corners of the North of England. Includes etchings, lithographs, woodcuts and screenprints.
10 Mar – 2 Jun
The Tower, 54 Kingswell Street, Northampton NN1 1PR
Helen Hayward & Pauline Wood – Don’t Nobody Know My Troubles With God.
14 Mar – 1 Apr
14 May – 1 Jun
Stepney Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2NP
Katsutoshi Yuasa. Woodcuts based on altered photographs.
14 Mar – 28 Apr
NORWICH CASTLE MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
24 Castle Meadow, Norwich NR1 3JU We Came Here to Conquer. Eleven local artists working with print respond to the print collection at Norwich Castle.
Until 25 Mar
LEICESTER PRINT WORKSHOP EXHIBITION SPACE
50 St George Street, Leicester LE1 1QG
Aspects of Print. Prints by Roy Bizley.
Until 12 May
In Another Place.
19 May – 28 Jul
No-One Will Know How Happy I’ve Been. Etchings by Suzanne Balkanyi.
Until 27 Oct
RABLEY CONTEMPORARY GALLERY
Rabley Barn, Mildenhall, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 2LW
The Precious Hours – Katherine Jones. Katherine was Artist-in-Residence at Rabley Drawing Centre over the past year.
17 Mar – 28 Apr
4 Brook Street, Birmingham B3 1SA
Hilary Paynter: Wood Engravings. A retrospective of 50 years of printmaking including new, large-scale collages.
4 – 21 Apr
109A Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EH
Oxford Printmakers’ Co-operative celebrating 40 years. Work by former and current members covering a diverse range of techniques, styles and subject matter.
9 – 24 Jun
STROUD MUSEUM IN THE PARK
Stratford Park, Stroud GL5 4AF
Sandra Porter – New Work. Corrugated iron bothans on the Isle of Skye appear like drawings in the landscape and inspire Porter’s new prints and paintings.
Exhibition supported by the Arts Council England and The Iona Foundation in Amsterdam.
Sandra Porter will be giving a series of talks: Artist’s Talk & Tour with students: 16 Mar 11am.
Free event Artist’s Talk & Tour: 24 Mar 2pm.
£5 Portfolio workshop for students 6 Apr 10am – 4pm. £10 Inc. materials
Meet the Artist: 15 Apr 2–4pm For full event and booking details
10 Mar – 15 Apr
TUNBRIDGE WELLS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Library and Adult Education Centre, Civic Centre, Mount Pleasant, Royal Tunbridge Wells TN1 1JN
Tracey Rowledge and David Clarke – Shelved. Rowledge (bookbinder) and Clarke (silversmith) have created a new body of work, in response to their experience of residency within the cultural quarter of Tunbridge Wells.
Until 22 Apr
WEST YORKSHIRE PRINT WORKSHOP
75A Huddersfield Rd, Mirfield WF14 8AT
20:20 Print Exchange.
Over 500 prints each measuring 20 x 20 cm from over 40 print workshops across the UK.
Until 24 Mar Field of Vision: Danielle Creenaune. Australian-born artist, Danielle Creenaune, working mainly in lithography explores the dialogue between landscape and people.
3 Apr – 12 May
ZILLAH BELL GALLERIES
15 Kirkgate, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 1PQ
Society of Wood Engravers. 80th Annual Exhibition.
Until 17 Mar