Listings and Opportunities

For FREE entries in the Listings and Opportunities Sections of the Winter (September) 2019 Issue of Printmaking Today - for exhibitions, events and opportunities planned for December 2019, January and February 2020, - please send your information to: listings@cellopress.co.uk  by the 1 November  2019. 



OPPORTUNITIES AND LISTINGS - Autumn 2019


Awards Prizes & Competitions

All India Printmaking Award

www.raviengg.com/printmaking-award
Entries via online submission, which will be assessed by a jury panel who will select five artists for shortlisting. All fine art printmaking mediums, including intaglio and relief. Award/Prize: a Jyoti Bhatt Special Series Etching Press with his signature.
See website for more info. 
DEADLINE: 30 NOV


FISAE Open Ex-Libris Competition
bit.ly/2HtH3Bs

The competition is held in conjunction with the FISAE Congress in London in August 2020. First prize of £1,250, second prize £750 and third prize £500. Plus two additional awards for students resident in the UK & Republic of Ireland and Australia, New Zealand & Canada. Entries no larger than A5 sized paper and must contain the text Ex-libris in full and full name of the owner. Up to three entries. Further details on website.

DEADLINE: 31 MAR 2020


State of the Art 2019
www.printmakingtoday.co.uk
Printmaking Today’s student prize for 2019 graduates and all current printmaking students. The prize is editorial feature in the magazine. To apply, please send:

• Three jpegs of your work (at least 300dpi) 

• Details of each work including title, year, medium and dimensions

• A statement about the work (up to 500 words) 

• Brief CV

Please put “State of the Art” in the subject line and send to the editor: leonie_bradley@cellopress.co.uk 

DEADLINE: 25 OCT


RE Gwen May Recent Graduate Award
www.re-printmakers.com

The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) is offering Associate Membership plus £1000 from the Gwen May Trust to two recent printmaking graduates. Two-year membership of the RE will commence in January 2020 and is open to 2019 printmaking graduates. To apply please send:

• Six high-resolution jpegs of your work

• Details of each including size, titles and medium

• Brief CV – not more than one page

to: restudentaward@gmail.com

DEADLINE: 25 OCT


René Carcan International Prize for Printmaking

www.award.renecarcan.be 

Artists must submit between a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 8 prints in jpeg format. The following printmaking techniques will be accepted: etching, lithography, linocut, woodcut, silkscreen and monotype. These works must have been created during the last 3 years. Applications via the website only. Exhibition will be held in the Bibliotheca Wittockiana in Brussels between 2–23 Feb 2020. 

DEADLINE: 16 SEPT


VIA Arts Prize 2019 
www.viaartsprize.org

The VIA Arts Prize’s mission is to deepen cultural awareness of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese arts and cultures in the UK. Submission is free and UK-based artists of any nationality are invited to submit an original artwork specifically inspired by Ibero-American arts and culture. The Prize culminates in a group exhibition of 30 shortlisted works. First prize £5,000 and second prize £2,000. The VIA Arts Prize winner is also awarded a solo show at the Embassy of Brazil, running concurrently to the 30 shortlisted artists’ show in the subsequent year.

DEADLINE: 30 SEPT

Arts Fairs, Conferences, Open Studios & Festivals

ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM
Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH
www.ashmolean.org
Knifework: Traces on the Artist’s Block. Modern and contemporary woodblock prints from China and Japan. Speakers include Weimin He RE and Ralph Kiggell ARE.
2 Oct

ESPACIO GALLERY
159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG 
www.espaciogallery.com
Espacio Original Print Fair 2019. 17 printmakers, many from East Anglia.
5 Oct–17 Nov


KOLLIDER & KOMMUNE 
Castle House, Castle Street, Sheffield S3 8LU
www.artistsbookcentre.org.uk
Sheffield Artists’ Book Fair.
5 Oct


MINNEAPOLIS CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS
Main Gallery, Minneapolis, USA
www.mnbookarts.org
New Editions 2019. Annual celebration.
18–19 Oct


MoMA PS1
Long Island City, NY, USA
www.printedmatter.org
The NY Art Book Fair.
20–22 Sept


SE12 AREA
Lee Green 20th Anniversary Open Studios.
www.leegreenopenstudios.com
9–10 Nov & 16–17 Nov


WHITECHAPEL GALLERY
77–82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX
www.whitechapelgallery.org
London Art Book Fair.
5–9 Sept


WOOLWICH CONTEMPORARY PRINT FAIR
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London SE18 6ST
www.woolwichprintfair.com
7–10 Nov


Courses

Ashmolean Museum
www.ashmolean.org
One-day black and white woodblock print workshop with Ralph Kiggell ARE.
4 OCT

Black Pig Printmaking Studio
www.blackpigprintmakingstudio.com 
Various courses and dates, see website. 

House of Illustration
www.houseofillustration.org.uk
Woodcut Weekender with Guy Allott. £330, 10am-4pm.
14–15 SEPT

Leeds Print Workshop
WWW.LEEDSPRINTWORKSHOP.COM

Leicester Print Workshop
WWW.LEICESTERPRINTWORKSHOP.COM

Ochre Print Studios
www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk

Mixed-media assemblages: hybrid printmaking with Sumi Perera RE.
19–20 OCT
An Introduction to Less Toxic Etching Processes.
26–27 OCT

Studio 9-10 Barnes
The Mews, 46-52 Church Rd, Barnes, SW13 0DQ
Email: troy3moore@me.com
East meets West: A drum-leaf binding using handmade woodblock prints. A four-day workshop with Mark Cockram (Fellow of Designer Bookbinders) and Ralph Kiggell ARE. £400 including all materials.
5–8 OCT


Conferences, Talks & Symposia
11th Hida-Takayama International Contemporary Woodblock-prints Triennale 2020
www.bit.ly/1TWSYpl
Up to two woodblock prints created in 2018 or later, maximum size 90 x 90 cm. If combined with other techniques, the main component must be woodblock. No digital printing. Free entry in the first round, 2,000 yen per piece in the second round. First prize is 500,000 yen. The exhibition will be held in the Takayama Cultural Hall in June 2020.
DEADLINE: 31 OCT

IMPACT 11 conference in Hong Kong
Call for papers: the IMPACT 11 team welcomes proposals for academic papers, illustrated talks, open portfolios and art supplies show participants. There are six themes:

• Print Art: The Legend and the Legacy

• The Evolution of Print Technology: Past, Present and Future

• Collaborative Communities: International Exchange, Residencies and Collaboration

• The Power of Multiplicity: Printmaking as Social Engagement

• Crossing Boundaries

• Between the Leaves: Book Art, Artists’ Books and Zines

Submissions are also invited for open portfolios and demonstrations. All submissions online: www.impact11.hk/application/en

DEADLINE: 30 SEPT


Ochre Print Studios
www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk
Artist’s Talk by Dale Devereux Barker, 5-7pm.
1 NOV


Exhibitions & Fairs

The International Paper Triennial
Musée De Charmey
www.musee-charmey.ch/en/
A juried art exhibition open to all artists who use paper to create works of art, whereby the substance is transformed and is not used merely as a support or vehicle. Artists may submit up to three works. A jury will choose works to be exhibited at the Musée de Charmey in Switzerland as part of the 10th International Paper Triennial, from 26 April to 4 October 2020.
DEADLINE: 15 NOV


Reclamation: Artists’ Books on the Environment
San Francisco Center for the Book
www.sfcb.org
The exhibition will open at SFCB in Summer 2021 as one of many worldwide actions in response to Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss, a manifesto issued by Peter Koch in 2018. Reclamation: Artists’ Books on the Environment will subsequently travel, accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with essays by the curator and jurors.
DEADLINE: 1 SEPT 2020 


RE Masters: Relief
The Royal Society of Painter-Printmaker’s annual technique specific exhibition celebrates relief printmaking this year and will be curated by Sandy Sykes RE. Selected works will be exhibited at Bankside Gallery from 13 – 24 November. Entry is £15 per print, or £8 for full-time students, up to six prints. All details on website: www.re-printmakers.com
DEADLINE: 23 SEPT


Residencies
Chhap Baroda Printmaking Workshop, India
bit.ly/2RA86hM 

Printmakers from anywhere who would like to spend quiet time to concentrate on their work and who are also willing to share their knowledge and experience with local artists can apply, 6 months prior to their visit. Application on plain paper with a few photographs of work.
DEADLINE: ONGOING

Stiwdio Maelor 
www.stiwdiomaelor.wordpress.com
Stiwdio Maelor is now accepting applications from artists of any discipline for visiting artist opportunities in Corris, Machynlleth, North Wales in the beautiful surroundings of the Snowdonia National Park. The programme offers selected artists time and space out of their normal life to focus on the development of their work of up to eight weeks.
DEADLINE: 15TH EACH MONTH

Museum of Witchcraft and Magic
www.museumofwitchcraftandmagic.co.uk
We are pleased to offer an opportunity for an artist’s residency at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Boscastle, Cornwall, UK. The residency, which we hope will be the first of many, will take place in spring/summer 2020. This project represents a unique opportunity for an artist to work with the Museum to create new work. Proposals are invited from artists working in any medium including (but not restricted to) drawing, painting, sculpture/object making, photography, film/media, AR/VR, illustration, textiles, sound, and artist’s books who wish to make work inspired by the Museum’s collections and archives. The Museum is situated in a small village in the unique and dramatic coastal landscape of North Cornwall and artists may wish to work in the landscape as well as the Museum.
DEADLINE: 31 OCT   


EXHIBITIONS AND LISTINGS   

Exhibitions LONDON 

 

THE ARTS CLUB
40 Dover St, Mayfair, London W1S 4NP
Etel Adnan.
16 Sept–Jan 2020

CITY & GUILDS ART SCHOOL
124 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4DJ
MA Show.
7–15 Sept

CRISTEA ROBERTS GALLERY (previously Alan Cristea Gallery) 
43 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JG
www.cristearoberts.com
The Interaction of Colour. See preview.
7 Sept–26 Oct

DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY
Gallery Road, London SE21 7AD
Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking.
Until 8 Sept

EAMES FINE ART GALLERY
58 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD
www.eamesfineart.com
Reading the Landscape. Norman Ackroyd.
5–29 Sept
Jason Hicklin: The River, Part 1.
24 Oct–10 Nov
Ross Loveday.
14 Nov–1 Dec

FOR ARTS SAKE
45 Bond Street, Ealing, London W5 5AS
www.forartssake.com 
A Printmaker’s London. 60 leading contemporary British printmakers.
5–29 Sept

LONDON PRINT STUDIO
425 Harrow Rd, London W10 4RE
www.londonprintstudio.org.uk
STIR IT UP. An exhibition of Paddington Printshop Posters 1974-1990.
5–28 Sept

MALL GALLERIES
The Mall, St. James’s, London SW1
bit.ly/2T5Lh7X
Society of Women Artists 158th Annual.
24–29 Sept

MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY
The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT
www.mdx.ac.uk
MDX: MA show.
13–17 Sept

SIR JOHN SOANE’S MUSEUM
13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP
www.soane.org
Paul Coldwell: Picturing the Invisible.
Until 15 Sept

SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS GALLERY 
Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP
www.southbankprintmakers.com
Ros Morley. 2–15 Sept
Jane Daniell. 16–29 Sept
Rebecca Denton. 30 Sept–13 Oct
David English. 14–27 Oct
Sean Flynn. 28 Oct–10 Nov
Louise Hayward. 25 Nov–8 Dec
Sandra Howgate. 9–22 Dec


TATE BRITAIN
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
www.tate.org.uk
William Blake. Over 300 original works.
11 Sept–2 Feb 2020

TATE MODERN
Bankside, London, Greater London, SE1 9TG
www.tate.org.uk
ARTIST ROOMS: Ellen Gallagher.
Until 17 Nov

VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM 
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Making an Impression: The Art of Relief Printmaking.
9 Sept 2019–13 Sept 2020


Exhibitions: ENGLAND 

 THE ATKINSON GALLERY
Millfield School, Street, Somerset BA16 0YD
www.atkinsongallery.co.uk
Group7. Including Michelle Griffiths VPRE.
Until 12 Oct

BATH ROYAL LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION
Queens Square, Bath BA1 2HN
www.bathartistprintmakers.co.uk
Ink to Paper. Bath Artist Printmakers.
23 Oct–5 Nov

BENINGBROUGH HALL
Beningbrough, York YO30 1DD
Yorkshire! Achievement, Grit and Controversy. 25 well-known Yorkshire artists.
Until 3 Nov


THE CORN HALL
10 St Nicholas St, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4LB
www.thecornhall.co.uk
Fragments of Music & Poetry. Norman Ackroyd’s etchings. Talk on 14 Sept.

8 Sept–16 Nov 


THE CRAFT CENTRE LEEDS
City Art Gallery, Leeds LS1 3AB
www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk
Remote: From Islay to Ireland. Lesley Birch.
Until 26 Oct
Phil Greenwood Solo Print Exhibition. Landscape etchings.
2 Nov–22 Feb


THE EDGE CAFÉ
351 Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 3DF
www.theedgecafecambridge.org
Liminal: Ian Rawlinson. Prints & drawings.
Until 27 Sept


FOUNTAIN GALLERY
26 Bridge Road, Surrey KT8 9H
www.fountaingallery.co.uk
More Places, Pets and People. Linocuts by Jennie Ing and Timothy Sutton.
12–24 November 


THE FRY GALLERY
Castle Street, Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1BD
Mr & Mrs Ravilious.
Until 27 Oct


GRAVES GALLERY 
Surrey Street, Sheffield S1 1XZ
www.museums-sheffield.org.uk
It Moves Forward: The Work of Richard Hamilton.
Until 26 Oct


THE HOLBURNE MUSEUM
Great Pulteney Street, Bath, Somerset BA2 4DB
Henri Matisse: Master of Line. 20 of the Master’s etchings.
18 Sept–5 Jan
Rembrandt in Print. 50 prints from the Ashmolean collection.
4 Oct–5 Jan 2020


LEICESTER PRINT WORKSHOP
50 St George Street, Leicester LE1 1QG
www.leicesterprintworkshop.com
Out of the Woods. Nick Mobbs and Serena SmitH
Until 2 Nov

LEITH HILL PLACE 
Leith Hill Lane, Leith Hill, Surrey RH5 6LY
Blaze Cyan RE: Arboreal. See preview.
Until 27 Oct

MK GALLERY
900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 3QA
www.mkgallery.org
Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance.
Until 22 Sept

MILLENNIUM GALLERY
Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2PP
John Ruskin: Art & Wonder.
Until 15 Sept

THE ROPEWALK 
Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5JT
www.the-ropewalk.co.uk
North Lincolnshire Print Open.
Until 8 Sept
Land, Sea & Sky. Printmakers Council exhibition.
26 Oct–1 Dec

SPIKE PRINT STUDIO
133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
www.spikeprintstudio.org
Analogue Interference. Leonie Bradley solo.
Mon-Thurs 10–4pm,
weekends 28-29 Sept & 19-20 Oct 12-5pm
28 Sept–20 Oct


SWINDON MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
Bath Road, Swindon SN1 4BA
www.swindonmuseumandartgallery.org.uk
Connections. An Exhibition by Group7.
Until 7 Sept


WEST YORKSHIRE PRINT WORKSHOP
75a Huddersfield Road, Mirfield, West Yorkshire WF14 8AT
www.wypw.org
Object/Image/Image/Object. Yorkshire Sculptors Group.
Until 26 Oct
Present. Prints and more.
9 Nov–24 Dec



Exhibitions: WALES, SCOTLAND & N. IRELAND 

 

GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD
www.glasgowprintstudio.co.uk
Tom Hammick.
Until 29 Sept

ORIEL YNS MON
Rhosmeirch, Llangefni LL77 7TQ
www.kyffinwilliams.info
Ar Drowthwy/Brink. Jess Bugler, Ruth Cousins, Matthew Day and Sarah Holyfield embrace the digital context within their work. 
28 Sept–3 Nov

SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY
The Mound, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH2 2EL
Bridget Riley.
Until 22 Sept


TESSA SIDEY GALLERY
Aberystwyth University School of Art, Buarth Mawr, Aberystwyth SY23 1NG
bit.ly/2YDVXjm
Flora McLachlan: In the Forests of the Night.
7 Oct–22 Nov


Exhibitions: EUROPE 

BRERA ACADEMY
Biblioteca di Brera, Via Brera, 28, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
Gianfranco Schialvino & Gianni Verna: Xilografie (1978-2018). Woodcuts.
11 Sept–11 Oct


CENTER OF ENGRAVING
Rue des Amours 10, La Louvière, Belgium
www.centredelagravure.be/fr
kIki Smith: Entre chien et loup (In the twilight).
5 Oct–23 Feb 2020

FYNS GRAFISKE VÆRKSTED
Hans Jensens Stræde 18-20, Odense, Denmark
www.fynsgv.dk
Aphorisms: Carin Larsen and Tine Meyer.
Until 24 Sept
What A Lovely Country: Grafik in Väst Göteborg.
28 Sept–22 Oct
From Mark Rothko: Art Center.
26 Oct–20 Nov


KBR
Boulevard de l’Empereur 2, 1000 Brussels
www.kbr.be
The World of Bruegel in Black and White. See preview.
15 Oct–16 Feb 2020

KRANENBURGH MUSEUM 
Hoflaan 26 1861 CR Bergen NH, The Netherlands
www.kranenburgh.nl
Distant Kinship – Verre Verwanten. Printmakers from Grafiekgroep Bergen and New Zealand.
28 Sept–3 Nov


MUSEE DE L’IMPRIMERIE
13 Rue de la Poulaillerie, 69002 Lyon, France
www.imprimerie.lyon.fr
L’Odyssée des livres sauvés (Rescued books: an odyssey).
Until 22 Sept


MUSEUM DER MODERNE SALZBURG 
Mönchsberg 32. 5020 Salzburg, Austria
www.museumdermoderne.at 
From Book to Rara. Extraordinary examples of ‘published art’.
30 Nov–19 Apr


Exhibitions: NORTH AMERICA, CANADA & BEYOND 

DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY 
10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy. Denver, CO 80204, USA
Word | Image | Object: An Artist Book Exhibit.
Until 20 Dec


THE MET FIFTH AVENUE
1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028, USA
www.metmuseum.org
The Renaissance of Etching. Focus on the period 1490 to 1560.
23 Oct–20 Jan 2020


M.J. MURDOCK CENTER
Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, USA
Exquisite Gorge Project. See Cuttings.
3–25 Sept 


MONTGOMERY MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS 
1 Museum Dr, Montgomery, AL 36117, USA
www.mmfa.org
Laquita Thomson: Taking Flight. Solo show.
Until 6 Oct


MUSEUM ON THE SEAM
Kheil ha-Handasa St 4, Jerusalem, Israel
www.mots.org.il
Marcelle Hanselaar: The Crying Game.
12 Sept–30 Nov


PRINTED MATTER 
231 11th Ave, New York, NY 10001, USA
www.printedmatter.org
Book as System: The Artists’ Books of Sol LeWitt.
Until 29 Sept


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA
414 E Clark St, Vermillion, SD 57069, USA
Bound and Unbound V. Altered books.
Until 3 Jan 2020


WASHINGTON PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
1641 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20007
www.washingtonprintmakers.com
Amy Guadagnoli.
Until 29 Sept
Ron Meick.
2–27 Oct
Matina Marki Tillman.
6–24 Nov