Printmaking Calls for Entry

Hello all,

It’s been a little while since we’ve shared some call for entries with you.  First, we want to give mid-Atlantic printmaking students a heads up that we’re finalizing details for our 2nd annual Excellence in Printmaking exhibition.  The prospectus will go live next month and the exhibition is in February 2012.  Join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss it!  Now, onto other printmaking calls for entry!

1. Dacia Gallery call for exhibition proposals–this is more of a general call for entries, but Dacia Gallery in New York, NY is inviting artists working in any media to apply for a 2-week solo (August 3-19) of this year.  Entries are due July 21, so you need to have work already done, since there is such a short turn-around time!  You can visit their website at the link above for more information.

2. World Mini Print Expo–Modesto Art Museum in Modesto, CA invites all printmakers to submit up to two prints (1 print-$45, 2 prints-$65) for inclusion in this exhibition.  All works will be shown, as long as the image fits completely within a 6×6 in square and the paper is no larger than 18×18 in.  First and Second prize awarded.  Prints, with the application form, are due August 1, 2011.  you can see the full prospectus at the link above.

3. Giving Pause, Reflecting Still-Printmaking Center of New Jersey is seeking entries in papermaking, printmaking, and book arts for this exhibition, which will run October 29-December 24. There is no entry fee, deadline is August 20. Link to the prospectus is above.

4. Global Matrix III-the first 2 Global Matrix shows have traveled to 13 venues and exhibited 165 works from artists in 31 countries.  This year, entrants may submit up to 5 jpegs of fine prints or book-arts, no entry fee required.  If your work is accepted, it will first be exhibited at the Robert L. Ringel Gallery and the Stewart Center Gallery at Purdue University, and then will continue to tour through 2014.  Entries are due September 9, the prospectus is at the link above.


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