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2021 Mini Print-by-Mail Publication Program

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2021 Mini Print-by-Mail Publication Program

Deadline: February 26, 2021

Tuckamore Press is seeking applications for our Mini Print-by-Mail Publication Program. We wish to partner with artists from across Canada and internationally to publish fresh ideas through an innovative combination of online collaboration and socially distanced print-by-mail. We invite professional visual artists, regardless of printmaking experience, to apply.

 

Overview

Our print-by-mail publication program pairs artists with a professional printer to produce an edition of intaglio prints. We supply the plates, paper, expert printing, guidance, postage fees and promote your work on our website and through social media. In exchange, the artist and Tuckamore Press split the edition 50/50.

All artists are welcome to apply; however, artists are responsible for supplying their own tools. While drypoint is the preferred means of platemaking, artists are welcome to use etching, aquatint or other means at their personal disposal. We are happy to provide technical and creative guidance along the way and to provide proofs as you develop your image. The artist is expected to dedicate the time needed to complete the work within two months of beginning the project. At the end of this period, Tuckamore Press will edition the print.

 

The Publisher

Tuckamore Press is a printmaking studio located in Port Moody, BC, that strives to connect the public with exciting art through finely crafted traditional printmaking. We offer classes by mail, custom printing of intaglio plates, collaborative print services, consulting, press maintenance and repair, and tools and supplies for artists. Chris Dunnett is the owner and printer at Tuckamore Press. With over a decade of experience in printmaking, Chris has worked across North America as a professional printer, educator and artist.

 

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02/26/2021

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Keyholder Printmaking Studio Residency 2021-2022

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Lower East Side Printshop offers emerging artists FREE year-long residencies at a community printmaking studio in NYC from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.

For more information, and to apply, please visit:

https://printshop.org/keyholder-residencies/

Prizes Details: 

Keyholder Residency includes:

•          24/7, one-year access to a shared studio with printmaking facilities

•          $1,000 stipend

•          Free career development workshops and salons

•          Group exhibition opportunities

•          Consultation hours with Printshop printers

Deadline: 
03/01/2021
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Open Call for printmaking Artists - Group Exhibition 2021

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The printmaking lab online Gallery invites  artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in our upcoming Group Exhibition on printmakers Artists for 2021.

We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums (printmaking) and styles, this will be a mixed group show of all recent artwork created by printmaking  artists. 

Everyone and any medium is welcome!

Deadline: 
01/24/2021

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2021 Mini Print-by-Mail Publication Program

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Tuckamore Press is seeking applications for our Mini Print-by-Mail Publication Program. We wish to partner with artists from across Canada and internationally to publish fresh ideas through an innovative combination of online collaboration and socially distanced print-by-mail. We invite professional visual artists, regardless of printmaking experience, to apply. 

Overview

Our print-by-mail publication program pairs artists with a professional printer to produce an edition of intaglio prints. We supply the plates, paper, expert printing, guidance, postage fees and promote your work on our website and through social media. In exchange, the artist and Tuckamore Press split the edition 50/50.

All artists are welcome to apply; however, artists are responsible for supplying their own tools. While drypoint is the preferred means of platemaking, artists are welcome to use etching, aquatint or other means at their personal disposal. We are happy to provide technical and creative guidance along the way and to provide proofs as you develop your image. The artist is expected to dedicate the time needed to complete the work within two months of beginning the project. At the end of this period, Tuckamore Press will edition the print.

The Publisher

Tuckamore Press is a printmaking studio located in Port Moody, BC, that strives to connect the public with exciting art through finely crafted traditional printmaking. We offer classes by mail, custom printing of intaglio plates, collaborative print services, consulting, press maintenance and repair, and tools and supplies for artists. Chris Dunnett is the owner and printer at Tuckamore Press. With over a decade of experience in printmaking, Chris has worked across North America as a professional printer, educator and artist.

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Printin'

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Printin’

January 15 - February 20, 2021

Printin' aims to highlight current trends in contemporary American printmaking and shine a spotlight on a cross-section of artists working in a variety of traditional, alternative, and experimental print processes.

Juror: Aaron Coleman

Aaron is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Arizona. He received his MFA from Northern Illinois University in 2013 and has taught all levels and media in printmaking at California State University Fresno and Northern Illinois University. Aaron also taught traditional stone lithography at the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative.

Aaron is a mixed media artist and printmaker creating works focused on political and social issues. He combines imagery from comic books and stained glass windows to raise questions concerning misconstrued belief systems and twisted moral values in our society. Aaron?s background in hip-hop culture and street art remains as a major influence in his fine art practices.

Aaron has exhibited internationally and received numerous awards, scholarships and fellowships for his work in lithography and mezzotint. Aaron?s work can be found in the collections of The University of Colorado, Wichita State University, the Ino-cho Paper Museum in Kochi, Japan, The Yekaterinburg Museum of Art in Yekaterinburg, Russia, and the University of Tennessee Knoxville?s Ewing Gallery Collection and among many other public and private collections.

Entry Deadline: December 19, 2020

Deadline: 
12/19/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$35 for non-members, $24 for members
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Stand Up Prints

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Printmaking has functioned historically as a means of disseminating information and knowledge, but also as a powerful tool for communicating social and political messages to a mass audience. Dissent, outrage, inspiration, hope, and calls for social justice are common themes in prints made by artists including Kara Walker (US), Francisco Goya (Spain), Honore Daumier (France), Jose Guadalope Posada (Mexico), Glenn Ligon (US), Käthe Kollowitz (Germany), Sister Corita Kent (US), and collectives like Taller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico), AfriCOBRA (US) and See Red Women's Workshop (UK). In honor of the voices in Minneapolis that have inspired communities worldwide to stand up, Highpoint Center for Printmaking’s Stand Up Prints exhibition will highlight artists who are using printmaking to address social and political issues right now.

Stand Up Prints will feature contemporary examples of printmaking being used to promote racial and social justice in America. Submitted work must contain some element of printmaking (screenprinting, lithography, intaglio, monotype, collograph, relief, stenciling, letterpress). Acceptable submissions include prints, posters, broadsides, zines, and printstallations. Artist collaborations are welcome. 

Timeline:
August 16 - last day to apply
September 3 - applicants notified
October 9 - accepted artwork due at Highpoint
October 23 - exhibition opens
November 21 - exhibition closes

There is no entry fee to submit to this exhibition. Instead, Highpoint asks that applicants make a donation to a social justice organization of their own choosing (if they are able to do so). 

About our guest curator: Ellen Y. Tani, PhD is the 2020-2022 A.W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts in Washington, DC. A Minnesota native, she has held curatorial positions at the ICA/Boston, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. A historian of contemporary African American art, her broader research within contemporary art engages critical race studies, disability studies, and feminism, and has been supported by the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African and African American Studies, the Clark Art Institute, and the Getty Research Institute.

Eligibility: Submitted work must have been completed since 2018. While non-traditional or digital output is accepted as a print element, submissions must utilize some form of printmaking (screenprinting, lithography, intaglio, monotype, collograph, relief, stenciling, letterpress). Three-dimensional work may be submitted. Prints must be unframed and will be displayed behind glass cut to the paper size (unless otherwise specified by the artist). Each artist may submit 1-2 images for consideration.

Agreement: Submission of artwork constitutes an agreement that allows Highpoint to photograph and reproduce accepted work for promotional purposes, and allows work to remain on display at Highpoint for the full duration of the exhibition. Submission also grants Highpoint and the Curator permission to make final presentation decisions.

Liability: Work will be insured the entire time it is on Highpoint's premises. If damage occurs and the piece can be repaired, liability will be limited to the cost of repair. Damages incurred in transit are the responsibility of the artist.

Shipping: Packing, shipping, and related costs are the responsibility of the artist. All accepted work must be packaged in a sturdy, reusable container. Prints may be shipped rolled in a mailing tube or flat in a well-padded container. Highpoint will provide participating artists with useful suggestions on safe and efficient packaging.

Sales: Highpoint will retain 20% of proceeds from exhibition sales. Work does not need to be available for purchase in order to be eligible for this exhibition. All unsold work will be returned after the exhibition in its original packaging. Proceeds from sales will help Highpoint cover the costs of assembling this exhibition.

 

Deadline: 
08/16/2020

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