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SGCI TRAVELING EXHIBITION

CALL FOR ENTRY: 2012 – 2015

Eligibility: Original prints, drawings, and other graphic materials including sculpture and installation by any member of SGC International in good standing completed between 2008 and 2012, new memberships are welcome.

2-d submissions should be no larger than 28”x26”. Sculptural submissions should be no larger than 24” in any dimension, and weigh no more than 15 lbs. Installation submissions should pack into a container no larger than 24” in any dimension and weigh no more than 15lbs

Full SGCI Prospectus

Juror: Frances Myers is a print artist who works in and teaches etching.  She continually reinvigorates her prolific career as a printmaker through her experiments with unusual materials and new technologies – digital prints, installation and video.  She teaches in, and is Chair of, the Graphics Area of the Art Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She has received two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, H.I. Romnes and Kellett Mid-Career Awards from her university.  She has chaired and participated in many panels and symposiums concerning print issues, including the College Art Association, SGC International, the Proof in Print Symposium, Boston, “The Digital Revolution in Print” panel, Cortona, Italy, etc.  Myers has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally and throughout the United States.  Her work has been collected by most museum print rooms in this country and many abroad including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the National Museum of American Art, Washington, D,C,, The Chicago Art Institute, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Los Angeles, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and the Musee des Arts Decoratif, Paris.

Timetable:

July 20, 2011: Deadline for Entries, Midnight, Eastern Standard Time

August 30, 2011: Notification of Juror’s Decision

December 1, 2011: Deadline for Receipt of Work

March 14, 2012: Show Premieres at SGC International conference in New Orleans, LA

Spring 2015: End of exhibit traveling in US, begins traveling internationally

Spring of 2017: End of exhibit traveling internationally

Entry Procedures: A non-refundable entry fee of $25 for three entries (1 image for 2-d submissions, 2-3 images for sculpture and installation submissions). Artists will receive a Paypal prompt after receipt of submission email.

Submissions are accepted via email ONLY.

  1. JPEG images, 2100 pixels on the longest side (as attachments)
  2. Image list: artist name, contact info,  title of the work, medium, dimensions and year completed (in body of email)
  3. 1 page Artist statement and CV (Microsoft Word)  (as attachments)
  4. SGC International membership number (in body of email)

Submissions should be sent with the subject “2012-15 traveling exhibit” to exhibition@sgcinternational.org

Interested in hosting this exhibition?

For More Information:

Stephanie Standish, Traveling Exhibition Coordinator

Email: internalaffairs@sgcinternational.org

Phone: 908-328-9379

The SGCI is the largest print organization in North America. Its annual conference is the biggest annual gathering focused on the field of printmaking. Artists from all 50 states attend the conference. Regular international attendees come from Canada, South and Central America, and Europe. While organizing a conference is a lot of work, there are significant professional benefits to the host institution, its faculty and students.

 

 

2010 LAPS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP GRANT AWARDS

ATTENTION FACULTY AND STUDENTS
2010 LAPS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP GRANT AWARDS

The LAPS Foundation is providing a $2000 cash scholarship award for full time printmaking students on Saturday, December 4th, 2010.

One student will receive a minimum of $1000, and an additional $1000 will be distributed at the discretion of the jury.

Applications for these 2010 grants are available here.

Printmaking faculty, please encourage your students to apply. Student members of LAPS are eligible, but members of LAPS are not eligible. Each applicant must submit a portfolio of 6 prints. Of those, 2 must be editioned prints. The completed application must be included with the portfolio and signed by a faculty member.

Each applicant will be notified well in advance about time and location for delivery of his/her portfolio and signed application.

2010 LAPS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

For more information contact Barbara Frankel, Chair: LAPS Foundation

 

 

2ND Annual LA Printers Fair

at The International Printing Museum

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The 2ND Annual Los Angeles Printers Fair was held Saturday, September 25, 2010 

The fair supports the non-profit International Printing Museum and its educational mission.

FACEBOOK: The Fair is on Facebook; RSVP on the page today!

The International Printing Museum · 315 Torrance Boulevard, Carson, California 90745 · 310-515-7166


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