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The Contemporary Print
Men and Women both eligible to enter.
WPA invites you to The Contemporary Print, a juried exhibition of contemporary Texas printmaking to be held at Big Medium Gallery at Canopy during PrintAustin 2014.
Our exhibition will be a survey of the traditions and the innovations of contemporary printmaking happening in Texas today. Primary techniques for this exhibition must be lithography, relief, intaglio, monoprint/monotype, serigraphy, but may include ceramics, sculpture, mixed media, and artist’ books. We only ask that the primary technique(s) used be one of those listed above.
Francesca Consagra is the Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings and European Paintings at The Blanton Museum of Art, Katherine Brimberry is the co-founder and owner of Flatbed Press and Senior Master Printer, and Jeffrey Dell is an artist and Professor of Studio Art and Head of Printmaking at Texas State University-San Marcos. Combined, our team of jurors have curated and organized over 200 exhibitions and authored a wide range of critical and art historical articles, exhibition catalogs, reviews, and books.
1st $400, 2nd $300, 3rd $200
All entries will be submitted through WPA’s online system. (See Participate button on the right to begin)
• 300 dpi jpgs no larger than 2 MB/image. (3-d work may be presented in multiple views, counting as one image.)
• Label files in the following manner: JohnSmith1.jpg, JohnSmith2.jpg, JohnSmith3.jpg, etc.
• Images must be uploaded by 11:59 PM November 9, 2013.
Email notifications will be sent to all entrants December 16.
To ensure the quality of the exhibition, a juror may reject any work that was not accurately represented in the digital file. The juror’s decision is final.
Opening Reception & AwardsJanuary 18, 6-9 PM
January 19, 2-4 PM
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1/18/2014 - 2/15/2014
Big Medium Gallery at Canopy, Austin, TX
Chair: Eleanor Droll
Co-Chair: Elvia Perrin
The deadline for this event (11/9/2013) has passed.