Listings and Opportunities

For FREE entries in the Listings and Opportunities Sections of the Summer (June ) 2019 Issue of Printmaking Today - for exhibitions, events and opportunities planned for June, July and August  2019, - please send your information to: listings@cellopress.co.uk  by the 22nd March 2019. 



OPPORTUNITIES AND LISTINGS - Spring 2019


Awards Prizes & Competitions


The Biennial Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Prize 2019
A unique opportunity for both established and emerging artists to compete for a £10,000 prize. The long-listed selection of works will be included in a four-month exhibition in London. All artists working, living or studying in the UK and Ireland are eligible. Admin fee of £30.
DEADLINE: 2 April

 

The Biscuit Factory
Gemini House, 16 Stoddart St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AN
Open Contemporary Young Artist Award 2019
Award for artists 35 years old or younger working in the UK, with a grand prize of £1000 and a solo exhibition at The Biscuit Factory. Open to established and emerging artists. There will also be a People’s Choice winner, as voted for by the public, who will receive a £250 prize.
DEADLINE: 31 March

 John Ruskin Prize 2019
Open to artists, designers and makers of all nationalities, resident, studying or currently making work or with work represented in the UK. Work should to respond to the theme: Agent of Change. Three prizes available: 1st Prize: £3000, 2nd Prize £1000 and a Student Prize of £1000. Up to 3 entries. Fees of £12 (student £10) for one, £15 (student £12) for two and £20 (student £15) for three artworks.
DEADLINE: 12 May

The Moth Art Prize 2019
Prize for a body of figurative or representational artwork, open to anyone over the age of 16 from anywhere in the world. The prize consists of €1,000 plus a two-week stay at The Moth Retreat in rural Ireland. There is no onus on the artist to produce a body of work while staying at The Moth. Entry fee is €20 per portfolio of 5–10 works.
DEADLINE: 31 May

Sunny Art Prize
A fine art award for emerging and established artists working in a range of media. 1st Prize – £3,000, a public solo exhibition at Sunny Art Centre in London, a one-month residency and a show at our partners’ galleries. 2nd prize – £2,000, a group exhibition, a one-month residency and a show at our partners’ galleries. 3rd prize – £1,000, a group exhibition, a one-month residency and a show at our partners’ galleries. 30 shortlisted artists’ works will be exhibited at Sunny Art Centre, London. Out of these 30, 10 artists will exhibit their artworks at our partners’ galleries. Entry fees £25 for one, £32 for two, £40 for three and £45 for four artworks.
DEADLINE: 30 June

 

Conferences, Talks & Symposia

Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0BD
A buyer’s guide to print
An introduction to buying prints by London Original Print Fair organiser Helen Rosslyn
16–17 March


 

Exhibitions & Fairs

The Center for Contemporary Printmaking
Mathews Park, 299 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850, USA
12th Biennial International Miniature
Print Competition and Exhibition
Juried competition and exhibition, limited to works that are no more than four square inches (2580 square mm), encourages artists to explore the miniature print format and provides them with an opportunity for exhibition.
DEADLINE: 9 March (postmarked date)

 

NHS
Tooting, London
The Art of Caring
www.caringandcare.blogspot.com
An exhibition celebrating nurses, caring and the NHS in two London Hospitals. The first is of printed postcards to celebrate International Nurses Day at St George’s Hospital (May 2019). The second is a mixture of selected original artworks and printed postcards at St Pancras Hospital (July - October 2019). To apply, send up to 3 jpeg images, A6 size to:
collectconnect4@gmail.com

 

Nunnery Gallery
Bow Arts Trust, Nunnery Gallery, 181 Bow Road, London, E3 2SJ, UK
Shape Open 2019.
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Annual exhibition of artwork by disabled and non-disabled artists created in response to a disability-centred theme. This year’s theme is ‘In Circles’: Are we going around in circles? Disability Arts and the mainstream have long run parallel to one another whilst rarely converging. The conversations surrounding this divide have seemingly circled but what has come of it? Where are our points of connection and commonality? Any artist can apply to the call for submissions and exhibitors will be selected by a panel of arts industry judges.    
DEADLINE: 15 April

 

Taller Galeria Fort
Hort d’en Sanés, 9, Cadaqués, Spain
Open call for the 39th Mini Print International of Cadaqués, 2019.
Download rules and entry form at: www.miniprint.org
DEADLINE: 15 March

 

Residencies

BARTR 2019
www.budapestartr.space
BARTR is an annual interdisciplinary residency run by an independent collective in Budapest. Urban based, open plan programme that focuses on movements significant to Hungary and the Central European Area. The programme is held annually and hosts 10–15 international residents together from 30 Sep–17 Dec 2019. Artists of all disciplines are welcome to apply.
DEADLINE: 1 AprIL

 

Beisinghoff
Printmaking Residency
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A four-week residency for two artists in a printmaking studio in Diemelstadt-Rhoden, Germany. Accommodation is included. The resident pays for travel costs, food, and materials. Atelierhaus Beisinghoff facilities include letterpress, intaglio and relief. Residency in July or August following application.
DEADLINE: 30 June

 

Chhaap Baroda
Printmaking Workshop, India
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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

 

The London Summer Intensive 2019
www.londonintensive.org
An artist residency led by Camden Arts Centre & the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL from 29 Jul – 25 Aug 2019 focussing on independent studio practice for 21 artists at the Slade. The fee is £2,700 with 5% reduction in fees if successful in first round. Accommodation, food and travel to be covered by the artist. This year, the London Summer Intensive is pleased to offer two fully funded places
DEADLINE First round: 15 March
DEADLINE Second round: 26 April

 

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:15theach month

 

 

Courses

Bild-Werk Frauenau
Moosaustr. 18a, D – 94258, Frauenau, Germany
www.bildwerkfrauenau.de
The International Summer Art Academy in Eastern Bavaria offers printmaking courses:
Robin MacKenzie: Wood Engraving and Linocut: Print and Letterpress
8–15 June

Catrin Große: Wood Cut: Positive and Negative
12–19 July
Gerhard Ribka: Monotype and Vitreography
9–16 August

 

Leeds Print Workshop
Letterpress Taster Day
3 April
Paper Screen Printing - 5 Week Course
24 April
Drypoint
5 May 
Embossing
25 May
Cyanotypes
6 June

Leicester Print Workshop
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Kamihanga Taster with Sumiko Eadon
17 March
The Grid as a Mode of Depiction
With Theo Miller
24 March
Painterly Lino with Caustic Soda
With Sumiko Eadon
7 April
Gum Arabic Transfer Day
With Emma Gardner
14 April
Experimental Photo Screenprinting Weekend
With Emma Gardner
18-19 May

Ochre Print Studios
www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk
Soft Ground Etching: Impressing Marks on Copper
With Mai Osawa
18 March
Monoprint with Julie Simmonds
5 April
Mixed Media Assemblages – Hybrid Printmaking
With Sumi Perera RE
27 April
Intermediate Printmaking
With Jane Stobart RE and Mustafa Sidki
11 May

Royal Academy
Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 0BD
Paper Manipulation and 3D Assemblage
A weekend long practical course
16-17 March

 


Residencies   

CHHAAP BARODA PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP, INDIA

Printmakers from anywhere in the world who would like to spend quiet time to concentrate on their work and 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 few photographs of work. For more information, please visit: http://www.chhaap.com/artist_residency.html

DEADLINE: Ongoing

STIWDIO MAELOR VISITING ARTIST PROGRAMME

Stiwdio Maelor is now accepting applications from artists of any discipline for visiting artist opportunities in Corris, Machynlleth, North Wales. 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 at Stiwdio Maelor. Applications are welcome from artists of any discipline.
For full details and how to apply please visit the website:
www.stiwdiomaelor.wordpress.com or email: stiwdioemaelor@gmail.com

DEADLINE: 15th each month

    

EXHIBITIONS AND LISTINGS   

Exhibitions LONDON 

ALAN CRISTEA GALLERY
43 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JG
www.alancristea.com
Protest and Remembrance: Miriam de Búrca, Joy Gerrard, Mary Griffiths, Barbara Walker.
Until 30 Mar
Etel Adnan.
Until 30 Mar

 

BANKSIDE GALLERY
48 Hopton Street London SE1 9JH
www.banksidegallery.com
RE Original Prints. New prints by members of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
3 May–1 Jun

THE BOOK CLUB
100 Leonard Street, London, Greater London, EC2A 4RH
Unforsaken. Jimmy Turrell and Richard Turley’s exhibition about finding the true beauty in old forgotten or discarded objects.
Until 16 May

 

BRITISH MUSEUM 
Great Russell Street, London. WC1B 3DG
www.britishmuseum.org
The World Exists to Be Put On A Postcard: artists’ postcards from 1960 to now.
A display of overlooked art form.
Until 4 Aug
Edvard Munch: love and angst. The largest show of his prints in the UK to date.
11 Apr–21 Jul
Manga . Enter a graphic world where art and storytelling collide in the largest exhibition of manga ever to take place outside of Japan.
23 May–26 Aug

EAMES FINE ART GALLERY
58 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD
www.eamesfineart.com
Sophie Layton: Refracting Light. Using traditional Japanese printmaking techniques and inspired by blown glass, these works represent an exciting juncture in the artist’s career.
9 May–9 Jun

54 THE GALLERY
Shepherd Market, Mayfair, London W1J 7QX
www.BowerFineArt.co.uk
In The Moment. Three contemporary printmakers: Catherine Cartwright, Maxine Foster and Julie Leach capture transitory, unrepeatable moments from different perspectives, natural and urban.
12–17 Mar

 

GREENWICH PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
1a Greenwich Market, London SE10 9HZ
www.greenwich-printmakers.co.uk
Barbara Zalecki.
11–31 Mar
Jacki Baxter.
1–21 Apr
Peter Wareham.
22 Apr–12 May
Jennifer Jokhoo. 
13 May–2 Jun

HOUSE OF ILLUSTRATION
2 Granary Square, King’s Cross London N1C 4BH
www.houseofillustration.org.uk
Corita Kent: Power Up. Joyful, subversive and, to some, controversial screenprints revolutionised typographic design, challenged the Roman Catholic Church and offered a bold new perspective on misogyny, racism and war.
Until 12 May

LONDON PRINT STUDIO
425 Harrow Rd, London W10 4RE
Journeys. The Printmakers’ Council invites you to join them on a journey into print. Artists’ personal journeys, commuting and holidays, dream journeys, migrations and immigration. Tour continues in Portsmouth.
5–15 Mar

MAZZOLENI
27 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HZ
www.mazzoleniart.com
More Than Words... Exhibition exploring the use of text and the written word in the practice of major post-war Italian artists.
Until 18 May

ONE PAVED COURT
1 Paved Ct, Richmond TW9 1LZ
www.onepavedcourt.co.uk
Peter S Smith RE: Paintings, Drawings and Prints. Reflecting his interest in everyday experiences and the ways that these can be transformed by the materials, processes and metaphors of a shared visual language. Saturday 9 Mar 2 – 4 pm: Meet the Artist
6–17 Mar

RIVERHOUSE ARTS CENTRE
Manor Road, Walton on Thames. Surrey. KT12 2PF
Marc Chagall - Artist’s Selling Exhibition.
Until 24 Mar
Helen Locke.
5–9 & 12–16 Jun

SLAUGHTERHAUS PRINT STUDIO
Vincent’s Yard, 23 Alphabet Mews, London SW9 0FN
www.ianrawlinson.com
REMNANTS: Ian Rawlinson. Drawing on ideas of place and memory, prints from this series were awarded prizes at the National Original Print Exhibition in both 2016 and 2017.
16 Mar–5 Apr

SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP
www.southbankprintmakers.com
Jane Stothert.
4-17 Mar
Julie Sullock.
18-31 Mar

Exhibitions: ENGLAND 

THE ART FUND GALLERY
The Lightbox, Chobham Road, Woking. GU21 4AA
www.thelightbox.org.uk 
Helen Locke: A Year at Ochre. Artist-in-residence during 2018, Helen documented the daily life of the studio.
Until 3 Mar

 

BRISTOL MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Queens Rd, Bristol, BS8 1RL
www.bristolmuseums.org.uk
Masters of Japanese prints: Life in the city.
Until 12 May
Masters of Japanese prints: Nature and seasons.
18 May–8 Sept

BURY ART MUSEUM
Moss Street, Bury, BL9 0DR
www.buryartmuseum.co.uk
Print: A Catalyst for Social Change. Is print still relevant in the digital age? Includes work from the collection and contemporary printmakers.
9 February–27 Apr

THE CIVIC
Hanson Street, Barnsley, S70 2HZ
www.barnsleycivic.co.uk
The Fandangoe Kid x The Civic. Bold and moving narrative driven statements on the beauty found within the trauma of loss, love, gender constructs and masculinity in crisis. Check website for open dates.
Until 6 Apr

THE CRAFT CENTRE LEEDS
City Art Gallery, Leeds. LS1 3AB.
www.craftcentreleeds.co.uk
Gail Kelly: Solo Print Exhibition. Timeless woodcut and linocut landscapes printed onto Irish linen.
Until 22 Jun


THE HARLEY GALLERY
A60 Mansfield Road, Welbeck, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. S80 3LW
www.harleygallery.co.uk
The Harley Open 2019.
Until 24 Mar

 

THE HEONG GALLERY
Downing College, Regent Street, Cambridge. CB2 1DQ
Kip Gresham: The Art of Collaboration. The Art of Collaboration celebrates over 40 years of artistic partnerships with giants of the British and international art world, featuring work by 21 RAs. From the collages of Eduardo Paolozzi and Peter Blake, to the graphic approaches of Elisabeth Frink and Paula Rego.
1 Mar–19 May

 

INTERCESSION GALLERY
The Tower, 54 Kingswell Street, Northampton, NN1 1PR
www.intercessiongallery.co.uk
Sense of Place. A group show with Jayne Corfield, Juliet Bankes and Elaine Elcoat.
1–30 Apr

JACK HOUSE GALLERY
121 High St, Old Portsmouth PO1 2HW
Journeys. Touring Printmakers Council exhibition.
19 –30 Mar

LEICESTER PRINT WORKSHOP
50 St. George Street, Leicester, LE1 1QG
www.leicesterprintworkshop.com
Print / Process / Performance.
Until 4 May
The New Custodian.
Until 4 May
Stephen Lawrence Day Poster Exhibition.
Until 4 May

RUTHIN CRAFT CENTRE
Park Road, Ruthin. Denbighshire, LL15 1BB
www.ruthincraftcentre.org.uk
Charlotte Hodes: After the Taking of Tea and other works.
Until 31 Mar

SARAH WISEMAN GALLERY
40-41 South Parade, Oxford. OX2 7JL
www.wisegal.com
Wonderous Happenings: Karólína Lárusdóttir.
2–30 Mar
Angie Lewin: Meadow and Shore. 
4– 25 May

 

WEST YORKSHIRE PRINT WORKSHOP
75A Huddersfield Rd, Mirfield WF14 8AT
www.wypw.org
In House. An exhibition celebrating work by tutors and participants on our courses programme.
Until 23 Mar

 

ZILLAH BELL GALLERIES
15 Kirkgate, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 1PQ
www.zillahbellgallery.co.uk
Society of Wood Engravers – 81st Annual Exhibition.
9–30 Mar
Deirdre Borlase – In Memoriam.
6–27 Apr
Morna Rhys – From The Hills.
1–22 Jun

Exhibitions: WALES, SCOTLAND & N. IRELAND

GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
Trongate 103, Glasgow, G1 5HD
www.glasgowprintstudio.co.uk
Rosalind Lawless & Hetty Haxworth.
Until 31 Mar
Scott Campbell: Monotypes 1999-2019.
5 Apr–2 Jun

ULSTER MUSEUM
Botanic Gardens, Belfast BT9 5AB
Making Her Mark. An exhibition exploring the impact women artists had on the print tradition.
Until 14 Apr


Exhibitions: EUROPE

BORCHS BUTIK
Bredgade 22, kld. 1260 Copenhagen K. Denmark
Huma Bhabha: Leochicospeedy. Expressionistic portraits of deities or a race of gods in photogravure and etching.
Until 20 Mar
Tacita Dean. Photogravure projects in Copenhagen.
24 Mar–23 May

BORCH GALLERY
Goethestr. 79. 10623 Berlin. Germany
Asger Jorn: Linocuts 1933–1939. 27 linocuts by renowned Danish artist Asger Jorn.
Until 18 Apr

CATHERINE PUTMAN
40 rue Quincampoix 75004, Paris, France
www.catherineputman.com
Frederic Poincelet; convocation.
Until 16 Mar

HAUGESUND BILLEDGALLERI
Erling Skjalgssonsgt. 4. Postboks 147. 5501 HAUGESUND. Norway
www.haugesund-billedgalleri.no/blogg-hitfestival-2019
Haugesund International Relief Print Festival (the HIT festival).
10 May – 4 Aug

 

MUSEUM DER MODERNE SALZBURG
Mönchsberg 32. 5020 Salzburg, Austria
www.museumdermoderne.at
Asger Jorn: The Printmaking Work. 
23 Mar – 30 Jun

 

PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE
Barer Straße 40, Munich, 80333, Germany
Kiki Smith.
Until 26 May


Exhibitions:  NORTH AMERICA, CANADA & AFRICA

 

THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY PRINTMAKING
Mathews Park, 299 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850. USA
Requiem for Ashokan: Kate McGloughlin.
24 Mar – 26 May

 

GETTY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
1200 Getty Center Drive. Los Angeles, CA 90049. USA
MONUMENTality. Includes prints by Tacita Dean, Ed Ruscha and Mikhail Karasik.
Until April 21

 

MINNEAPOLIS CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS
Main Gallery, Minneapolis, USA
www.mnbookarts.org
New Works by Nooshin Hakim Javadi.
Until 17 Apr
2019 Minnesota Book Artist Award:
Works by Jody Williams.
Until 21 Apr

 

SAN FRANCISCO CENTER FOR THE BOOK
375 Rhode Island Street, San Francisco, CA, USA.
www.sfcb.org
POSTED/UNPOSTED ++. A book arts project from the Nordic countries with a special emphasis on letterpress printing.
Until 29 Apr

 

WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014, USA
www.whitney.org
Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again.
Until 31 Mar

Arts Fairs, Conferences & Festivals

ARNOLFINI
16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
www.arnolfini.org.uk
BABE: Bristol Artist’s Book Event. 11am - 6pm Saturday and 11am - 5pm Sunday.
30–31 Mar

 

THE BALTIC
Gateshead NE8 3BA
Baltic Self-Publishing Artists’ Market 2019.
27 Apr

 

THE CORONATION HALL
County Square, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7LZ
www.printfest.uk
Printfest 2019.
2–5 May

THE FORUM
Bethel St, Millennium Plain, Norwich NR2 1BH
www.turnthepage.org.uk
Turn the Page Artists Book Symposium. Key note speakers; Les Bicknell and Maria White.
16 May
Turn the Page 2019. An emphasis on structural and conceptual properties of the book form.
17–18 May

LANDMARK ARTS CENTRE
Ferry Road, Teddington. TW11 9NN
Landmark Spring Art Fair 2019. Including Printmaking by Jennie Ing.
17–19 May

 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Burlington House, Picadilly, London W1J 0BD
www.londonoriginalprintfair.com
London Original Print Fair
Unique opportunity to buy prints by contemporary artists through to Old Masters.
25–28 Mar

 

TETLEY CENTRE
Hunslet Rd, Leeds LS10 1JQ
PAGES: 22nd International Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair.
2–3 Mar