about exhibitions, juried shows and competitions, printers, publishers,
employment opportunities, grants, fellowships, residencies, workshops,
and other programs are on file at IPCNY.
are invited to submit new work and view the work of others through
If you are a printmaker and would like to receive future notice of
calls for entries for this program, send your name and e-mail address
to IPCNY, attention email@example.com ,
New Prints Program.
print workshop listings can be found under the Links section.
part of the Education Program, lectures
will focus on subjects of concern to the artist/printmaker such as
issues of copyright or the cataloging and conservation of prints.
Anderson Ranch offers an artists' residency program designed to encourage the creative, intellectual and personal growth of emerging and established visual artists. Finalists are chosen on the basis of artistic merit by an independent jury of established working artists and will live and work at Anderson Ranch for a approximately a ten week residency period. While in residence, all artists will share in an established community of interaction, conceptual development and intense production of work. Given the staffing and facilities available at the Ranch, its artist residency program will become one of the most robust programs of its type in the United States. Resident artists will be provided with housing, studio space, meals and certain other benefits and will be required to submit only a nominal residency fee of $100. While in residence, there is an optional structure of critical study such as studio visits, visiting artists, etc. Recent visiting artists have included: Roy Dowell, Brian Tolle, Polly Apfelbaum and Sanford Biggers. For more information, visit www.andersonranch.org
The Center for Book Arts is pleased to continue the Artist-in-Residence Workspace Grant for New York Emerging Artists program in 2010. Up to five New York-based emerging artists will be offered space, time and support to explore the production and exhibition of artist's books and related work in year-long residencies. The purpose of this program is to promote experimentation in making book art, thus artists from all disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Center especially encourages applications from artists of culturally diverse backgrounds.
For an application, contact the Center at:
28 W 27th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC 10001
Donne Workspace Program:Paper Art Residency for NY State Emerging Artists seeks to encourage emerging artists to explore the creative possibilities of handmade paper, develop this art form, and promote the Workspace artists through exhibitions of their work produced at Dieu Donné, as well as through print and digital format...Each artist will receive a $700 honorarium, advance preparation of materials, and professional assistance during a seven day collaboration (days are non-consecutive). The staff consults with each artist in order to strategize a logical approach in realizing their work through handmade paper. They will also prepare the pulp, solve technical issues and collaborate with the artist in the fabrication and drying of the workTo obtain an application, please
send an S.A.S.E. to Dieu Donne Papermill, Attn: Workspace Program,
433 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013, email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Kala Art Institute
Artists working in various printmaking techniques, photo-processes,
book arts and digital media including sound/video production can apply.
Residency applications are accepted throughout the year. Artists should
be familiar with at least one of the media offered at Kala. Considerations
for acceptance are conceptual creativity and technical knowledge.
Resident artists receive 24-hour access to the printmaking workshop
and/or electronic media center and individual storage space.
Artists producing innovative work in printmaking, book arts, electronic
media, or installation work are encouraged to apply. Eight artists
will each receive 3,000 cash award, up to six consecutive months
of free residency, 24/7 access to Printshop and electronic media
center, and exhibition. The Fellowship does not include housing.
should send application form, resume, 10 slides or photographs,
or one CD, DVD, VHS; no actual work, image list/narrative, one to
two page statement discussing the work you intend to pursue, SASE
to Kala Art Institute, 1060 Heinz Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94710 or
offers one scholarship grant for each term, fall, spring and summer.
Any artist who has not previously worked at Manhattan Graphics Center
is eligible to apply - printmaking experience is not required. Send
self-addressed stamped envelope for application guidelines to Scholarship
Committee, Manhattan Graphics Center, 481Washington Street, New York,
N.Y. 10013, e-mail: MGCPrintmaking@aol.com,
Pyramid Atlantic: Classes, Workshops, Residencies
Pyramid Atlantic is a center for hand papermaking, printmaking, digital
media, and the art of the book. It is a non-profit workspace that
offers a variety of classes, workshops, internships, artists residencies,
studio rentals and contract printing. In addition, Pyramid Atlantic ffers a three month residency for two artists a season with a $200 stipend.
For more information and to receive a current schedule, contact:
8230 Georgia Avenue
Silversprings, MD 20910
at the Scuola
Internazionale di Grafica di Venezia
Artist Project. This
eight-week residency enables an emerging artist to create an artist's
book while also teaching during WSW's studio-based Art-in-Education
program. Working in WSW's studios, the artist is responsible for all
aspects of design and production of their book work in addition to
spending approximately 20 contact hours with local school children.
To apply: send a one page description of artist's book project, the
media to be used for printing the book, the number of pages, page
size, edition size, a structural dummy, materials budget, resume,
one-page description of relevant experience working with young people,
10 slides of recent work wit slide script, and an S.A.S.E. Deadline
for Fall 2004/Spring 2005 is April 1. Go to
wsworkshop.org to access application form, or call (845) 658-9133.
are available in intaglio, water-based screenprinting, photography,
papermaking, letterpress and ceramic. These awards are designed to
provided artists with concentrated work time to explore new ideas
in a dynamic and cooperative community of women artists, in a rural
environment. Fellows have unlimited access to the studio of their
choice, and may work in two to eight week sessions. Fellowship awards
subsidize a portion of the studio operating expenses. Deadline for
March through August residencies is November 1, and May 15 for September
through February residencies. see wsworkshop.org
for details or call (845) 658-9133
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, located in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado will offer fifteen printmaking and book arts workshops during summer 2010. Workshops will focus on print media across a broad spectrum—intaglio, woodcut, screen, lithography, and traditional and digital applications. A number of book arts will be offered as well. Faculty includes renowned printmakers such as Karen Kunc, Hiroki Morinoue and Susan Rostow. Additionally, September 2010 will feature a two-week printmaking workshop in Florence, Italy. For more information, visit www.andersonranch.org
The Great River Arts Institute
offers several printmaking workshops in its New Hampshire location
and abroad. For more information, go to www.greatriverarts.org,
or call 603-756-3638.
Lower East Side Printshop
offers classes and workshops in printmaking, papermaking and book
arts to all levels of artists. New Schedules, which offer evening
and weekend classes, come out three times a year for the Fall, Spring
and Summer sessions.
Visit the LESP web-site at www.printshop.org
Manhattan Graphics Center
offers classes and workshops to artists at all levels. For more information
on the center and for the current schedule of workshops and classes,
call 212-219-8783 or check out the website: www.geocities.com/manhattangraphicscenter.
Manhattan Graphics is located at: 481 Washington Street, New York,
Continuing Education Program at Parsons
offers evening and weekend courses open to students with all levels
of experience. Course offerings, which vary per semester, include
book arts workshops and printmaking classes such as etching, silkscreening,
University Registration (212) 229-5690
Parsons office of Admissions (212) 229-8910
Studio Workshop: Summer Arts Institute.
Every summer, the WSW presents an interesting line-up of workshops
in printmaking, papermaking, book arts, clay, photography, and other
media. The Workshop is offering instruction through a series of two,
three and four day classes. Workshops will take place each day from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants may also use the facilities before
and after class hours.
For a complete schedule, contact the Women's Studio Workshop at P.O.
Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472 (845) 658-9133
or visit the website at www.wsworkshop.org
Center for Book Arts:
three semesters of classes taught by professional book artists that
provide hands-on training in all aspects of traditional and contemporary
bookmaking, including bookbinding, letterpress printing, papermaking
and numerous other associated arts. Courses are designed to accommodate
varying levels of experience, and are scheduled as weekday and weeknight
seeseions, weekend workshops, and weeklong intensive day classes.
gain access to low-cost workspace in the CBA's bindery and printshop.
The Center for Book Arts
28 West 27 Street (3rd Floor)
New York, NY 10001
Tel (212) 481-0295
is an independent print shop that specializes in fine art printing.
Artists work with a professional printer to create original works
on paper. For more information on 10 Grand Press, contact at 10 Grand
Ave., 6th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 852-6387, e-mail: email@example.com
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