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IN-PRINT: Five Centuries of Prints and Multiples

from the Riverside Art Museum
Exhibition: January 5 - March 26, 2012
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New York-based Curator Margaret Mathews-Berenson presents the last of her tri-fold series of exhibitions mined from the RAM Permanent Collection. A slight departure from her previous two exhibitions, which focused on the subject matter-derived themes of Landscape and Portraiture, IN-PRINT highlights works that are characterized by a diverse artistic medium: the Print. Originating in 5th century China with the advent of woodblock printing, Printmaking has experienced dramatic developments since its birth. Displaying prime examples of such print techniques as: woodblock carving, engraving, etching, monotype, silkscreen, and lithography, IN-PRINT is host to centuries of print culture and experimentation.  From 16th century ornamental engravings by Daniel Hopfer, to 19th century Will Bradley lithographs and contemporary sculptural pieces utilizing print elements by Brian Eno, Yinka Shonibare, and Robert Lazzarini, IN-PRINT offers a sweeping glance at a rich and ever-evolving scope of art-making.

As with the previous two exhibitions, IN-PRINT also presents the fruits of a collaborative internship project with Creative Writing and Art History students from UC Riverside, La Sierra University, and Cal State San Bernardino. These eight gifted individuals worked alongside Curator Margaret-Mathews Berenson to produce an on-demand book featuring selected images from the exhibition paired with original poems and writings by the students, responding to specific works. Copies of the book will be available for sale and work to support RAM programming and exhibitions.

ALSO AT RAM:

PNET Exhibit 2012
Exhibition: January 7 - April 7, 2012

The Printmakers Network (PNET) have put together a beautiful show of new prints by Sioux Bally-Maloof, Kathryn V. Crabbe, Adeola Davies-Aiyeloja, Mary Grinyer, Jan Harvey, Jill Jones, Veronica Lucas, Sue Mitchell, Sue Simonin, Sarah Smith, and Sharon Zorn-Katz.

And BEYOND MONOTYPE WORKSHOP WITH RON POKRASSO
March 28th  to April 1st

2nd NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INTAGLIO PRINTS

Call for Entry  ENTRY DEADLINE FEBRUARY 28, 2012

THE NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ETCHERS

2nd NATIONAL

EXHIBITION OF INTAGLIO PRINTS

 THE NATIONAL ARTS CLUB

Juror – Mr. David Kiehl

Curator of Prints – The Whitney Museum of American Art

Artists may submit two entries – both prints will be eligible for exhibition. 

ELIGIBLE TYPES OF WORK:  Original, two-dimensional intaglio prints including etchings, engravings, aquatints, mezzotints, carborundums, and photo etchings not previously exhibited with the NYSE.  Mixed media prints where one of more of these processes dominates may also be submitted. PAPER SIZE - INCLUDING IMAGE - MAY NOT EXCEED A MAXIMUM 22”X 30”

EXHIBITION FORMAT: The format of the exhibition requires that prints be professional matted, glazed under plexi, and framed – no exceptions.  If planning to ship work – do not send loosely ‘floated’ prints which may get damaged.

AWARDS:  $250 Awards for Distinction, and non-cash Awards for Excellence may be given by the Board of Directors of the New York Society of Etchers to artists whose accepted print exhibits exceptional artistic and technical merit.

METHOD OF SUBMISSION:  Artists may find additional information and enter on-line via www.nysetchers.org

Prospectus PDF

Inked Surfaces

Call for Entry

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Diablo Valley College National Juried Exhibition of Prints
EXTENDED DEADLINE April 15, 2012: Application

Diablo Valley College Art Gallery
321 Golf Club Road Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Exhibition Dates: August 27th ~ September 28th, 2012
Juror: Archana Horsting, Executive Director of Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA
Eligibility: Open to all artists 18 years or older presently residing in the United States. Works executed between 2009 and 2012 are eligible.
Media and size: Original works in all traditional printmaking media including but not limited to intaglio, relief, screen print, lithograph, monotype are eligible. Digital and three-dimensional works are eligible but must incorporate at least one traditional hand-pulled process. Purely photographic images and photomechanical reproductions made of existing works will not be considered. Size of work cannot exceed 30” x 40” frame dimensions.
Entry process is entirely through the web-based service BAYVAN, including uploading jpeg images and paying the entry fee.
Entry deadline: April 1st  2012. Visit URL: http://bayvan.org/dvc
Entry fee: $30 per artist up to for three works. $5 is added per each additional work. (Maximum 6 works).
Awards:
First Prize: One artist will be selected to have a solo exhibit at Diablo Valley College Art Gallery in 2013 (month TBA).
Second Prize: One-month artist residency at Kala Art Institute, Berkeley CA in 2013.
Full Prospectus

Or Contact:
Toru Sugita Diablo Valley College Art Department 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-685-1230 x 2893 tsugita@dvc.edu


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