Limerick Printmakers International Residency Award

Deadline: December 30, 2018
Residency: June 10 - June 23, 2019

Limerick Printmakers (Ireland) are delighted to announce the introduction of two printmaking residencies in 2019, one of which is aimed at printmakers currently residing internationally (outside the island of Ireland).

Limerick Printmakers will celebrate 20 years in existence in 2019 and these residencies will form part of their annual programming over the coming years.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 30th December 2018 & applicants will be informed of the panel's decision within 2 - 3 weeks.

Limerick Printmakers will offer the successful candidate a full induction and studio support, a small materials stipend, and will also organize and pay for accommodation for the duration of the residency in Limerick's Artist Apartments.

For more information, visit their website, or reach out to Jess Tobin, Manager of Limerick Printmakers, at limerickprintmakers@gmail.com.

Frogman's Graduate Student Scholarship

Deadline: December 15, 2018

Frogman’s will showcase the prints of one exceptional graduate student in the Hexagon Gallery of the Weber Fine Arts Building on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. In addition to the solo exhibition, the selected graduate student will also have their fees ($785) for one course waived for Frogman’s 2019 Print Workshop.

This scholarship opportunity is open to any Master of Fine Arts candidate studying printmaking at a North American university. Twelve to fifteen pieces will be needed for the exhibition and all of the pieces must be prints. The winning graduate student’s prints should be matted, plexed and shipped to Omaha, Nebraska no later than June 1, 2019. Frogman’s will be responsible for return shipping. The exhibition will run from Sunday, June 30, 2019, through Saturday, July 13, 2019.

For more information, visit their website.

Frontline Arts Spring 2019 Internship

Deadline: December 5th, 2018

Frontline Arts seeks unpaid, credited interns to work in the studios, utilizing skills necessary for studio work in printmaking, papermaking and book arts. Opportunities are also available to work in Administration with tasks related to the day-to-day operations of a small non-profit fine arts organization. Interns will work closely with the Studio, Program, and Executive Directors. 

Candidates must be current college students or recent graduates, available 1-2 days per week for minimum of an entire semester (Tuesdays and Saturdays are ideal for the Studio position) Ideal for Fine Arts, Studio Arts, Art History, Arts Management, Arts Education majors/minors; opportunities available for other disciplines as well. Must provide own transport to/from Frontline Arts or offsite locations. There are also opportunities to work remotely.

For more information, visit their website

East London Printmakers Residency

Deadline: 1st December 2018

Since East London Printmakers’ tenth anniversary in 2008, the studio has been running a residency program. The purpose of this opportunity is to promote professional development in printmaking and to create an arena for visiting artists to share their knowledge and experiences with ELP members. The program supports the development of new work and access to a network of artists in London. The studio is based in the heart of East London’s contemporary art scene, close to Vyner Street, London Fields and Regent Street Studios. 

Applicants are invited to submit a proposal for a project lasting no longer than twelve consecutive weeks, focusing on either screen-printing, relief or intaglio or combination. Applicants must demonstrate prior knowledge and competency in printmaking, however the program encourages experimentation, thus artists from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Technical assistance is not included in the residency program but may be available at additional cost. The program is open to local, national and international artists. Applicants need to be self-sufficient as this opportunity does not include accommodation or expenses for materials. 

For more information, visit their website

Women's Studio Workshop Studio Internship

Deadline: December 1st, 2018

Each term, WSW hosts two studio interns who work directly with the Studio Manager and Artistic Director. You’ll work on projects that may include printmaking, letterpress, papermaking, and book arts, in addition to assisting with the ongoing operations of the facility. Studio interns are crucial participants in WSW’s creative community. You’ll be asked to work hard and in return will be encouraged, supported, and challenged in your artistic lives.

All internships include a private room in WSW’s on-campus Anne Atwood House and a stipend of $400/month. Interns work 40 hours/week, generally Monday through Friday, 9:00-5:00, but the schedule may change to accommodate the Workshop’s programming. Outside working hours, and with respect to residents’ work, interns have unlimited studio access. The internship session can culminate in a group exhibition of work created during the term.

For more information, visit their website.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: XILOPRINT 2019 | CAMPOS DO JORDÃO, BRAZIL

Application due: 11/30/2018

Museu Casa da Xilogravura

Campos do Jordão, Brazil

The Xylography Museum / Museu Casa da Xilogravura is looking for woodcut and wood engraving prints from all over the world.

The Museu invites all the engravers of the world who do not live in Brazil to take part in the International exhibition XiloPrint 2019 Brazil, by sending, for free, one woodcut or wood engraved print (without frame; free measures), by 30 November 2018 to the following address:

Museu Casa da Xilogravura
Caixa postal 42
12460-000 Campos do Jordão – SP
Brazil

One artist will be selected to receive the XyloPrint 2019 Brazil Prize, which carried an award equivalent to US$ 1,000 (one thousand USA dollars).

For more information, visit their website.

Tiger Lily Press Working Artist Program (WAP) Residency

Deadline: November 30, 2018

The goal of the WAP Residency is to connect Tiger Lily with a local artist who is passionately committed to their work and their artistic community, interested in seeking out possibilities for expanding their current work into printmaking or challenging their existing love of printmaking through a focused residency project. Through their creative drive and work ethic, the artist serves as a role model for the members of Tiger Lily Press and is asked to engage with the greater community to increase awareness of and education in the field of printmaking.

The Working Artist Program Residency was established in 2012. The duration of the residency is nine months, spanning February-November and is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Out of town applicants should note that housing is not provided and is the responsibility of the artist.

For more information, visit their website.

K.Caraccio Printing StudioCuratorial and Studio Internship Program

Deadline: Rolling

Welcome to the K.Caraccio Printing Studio. This fine art printing atelier has been in existence for close to 40 years. I, Kathy, founder and Master Printer, have been mentor to over 75 interns and apprentices. Many of my past interns are now professionals in the printmaking community as gallery directors, master printers, showing gallery artists, fine art poster restorers, special collection librarians and printmaking instructors at prestigious institutions.

The mentor-protégé system of learning is a valued resource where interns are provided hands-on, one-on-one exposure to the field. My role is as a facilitator in expanding the career goals of her interns. It is an opportunity to integrate knowledge from the school environment and the experience of the art world.

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Arquetopia Puebla Printmaking Residency

Deadline: November 25, 2018

The Mexican printmaking tradition has a complicated relation with the development of modern and contemporary art in Mexico. The work of José Guadalupe Posada and Taller de Gráfica Popular set the foundation of such a complex tradition, by rendering contentious realities mixed with current events, and political messages. This strong political legacy has not only influenced other forms of art but also set the tone to the tense and contradictory relationship between art and social activism in Mexico. Nevertheless, printmaking, as a creative space, remains as the base of artistic political activity. Given the accessibility and collaborative nature of the techniques, the print shop in Mexico is a dynamic grass-root space where the discussion of social issues is very relevant. From relief printing, to intaglio, screen-printing, and lithography, the abundant artistic output is ideal for cultural and artistic exchanges.

The Printmaking Residency is a self-directed production residency that offers the unique opportunity to produce work on-site at Arquetopia. The techniques offered are intaglio, linoleum, woodcut, polyester plate, silkscreen and the unique opportunity of working with a specific lithography stone from Mexico. Maximum dimensions of the lithography printing press are 27 X 19 inches and of the etching press are 24 X 45 inches. This residency is for experienced printmakers only. No instruction is provided.

For more information, visit their website.


Arquetopia Oaxaca Natural Ink Silkscreen Instructional Residency

Deadline: November 25, 2018

The Natural Ink Silkscreen Instructional Residency acknowledges the rich history of color in Mexico by incorporating the knowledge of natural colorants with the silkscreen printing technique on fabric. The program includes 3 weeks of master instruction (27 hours total; 9 hours per week) to understand the principles of natural colorants and their use in printing mediums through the technique of silkscreen applied on fabric. The program includes hands-on instruction with cochineal (ranging from red to purple), añil (blue), and pericon (yellow) from Mexico. Instruction is in Spanish and English. This residency is a comprehensive program to learn the natural colorant of Oaxaca, including resources for a better understanding of the complex culture of Mexico and the history of its colors.

For more information, visit their website.

Morgan Conservatory Winter Studio Internship

Deadline: November 15, 2018

The Internship Program has been an integral part of the Morgan Conservatory since it’s creation in 2008, proving mutually beneficial to our interns as well as to the Morgan Conservatory. Interns will be immersed in hand papermaking, book arts, and letterpress in exchange for completing tasks that include, but are not limited to paper production, maintaining the studios, and other general housekeeping and assigned tasks. Winter interns will be engaged with the Eastern papermaking processes including processing Kozo plants harvested from our garden and training for production of Eastern papers. Our goal is that every intern gains the understanding of the process of papermaking by the end of their internship term.

For more information, visit their website.

Women's Studio Workshop Artist’s Book Residency Grant

Deadline: November 15, 2018

The Artist’s Book Grant is a six- to eight-week residency for artists to produce a limited edition book work. Working intensively in our studios, artists print and bind their own books, and are encouraged to create an edition size no larger than 100 and no smaller than 50.

The grant includes a stipend of $350/week, up to $750 for materials, up to $250 for travel within the Continental US, free onsite housing, and 24/7 studio access. WSW can provide technical advice; training on new equipment, techniques, and materials; and production assistance.

The contract stipulates that 20% of the edition goes to WSW’s archive, exhibition, and display copies; 20% of the edition goes to the artist; and 60% of the edition goes to general sales. WSW has developed a series of archive and exhibition opportunities for our artists’ books, and artists can collaborate with WSW on marketing for a 50% commission fee.

For more information, visit their website.

Kala Art Institute Residency

Deadline: March 15

Artists working in various printmaking techniques, photo-processes, book arts and digital media including video production can apply to become an Artist-in-Residence at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California. Residency applications are accepted online three times per year (March 15, July 15, and October 15). Artists who apply for a residency 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 year-round 24-hour access to the printmaking workshop and/or electronic media center, individual storage space, possible exposure on Kala’s website and in other exhibitions at Kala or outside exhibition spaces, and participation in a vital, international artistic community. Artists also receive a 20% discount on classes and private tutoring offered by Kala. Please note that this is a studio residency only; housing is not included. Artists are responsible for finding their own housing.

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Morgan Conservatory Artist Residency

Deadline: October 31st, 2018

The Morgan's residency period runs throughout the year and can be scheduled for anywhere between a few weeks to a few months, depending on the project and work being produced.

Selected artists are expected to follow studio rules and cleanup policies at all times during their residency. Artists are required to submit a brief project proposal outlining their timeline and studios needed.

The Morgan provides 24-hour access to its bindery, papermaking and printing studios. In return we ask the artists to contribute to the community by giving an artist talk, demo or open studio. We also request that the artist donates a piece of work created during their time at the Morgan for our archives.

Artists will receive a stipend for materials and housing funded by Windgate Foundation and Ohio Arts Council.

For more information, visit their website.

Megalo Artist-In-Residence Program

Deadline: October 31, 2018

Megalo Print Studio + Gallery has been at the forefront of Australian printmaking for over 35 years. Based in Canberra, Australia, Megalo Print Studio + Gallery is a professional
open-access printmaking studio providing facilities in screen printing on paper and fabric, etching, lithography and relief printing.

The Artist-in-Residence program is a supported residency opportunity open to Australian and international artists at all stages of their careers.  In 2019 there will be five places for Australian artists and one international place. The selected artists will receive a stipend, accommodation (international and interstate based artists) and studio access to Megalo’s comprehensive, professional printmaking facilities. The residency program aims to support the making of new work that meets the program objectives of excellence and innovation in printmaking.

For more information, visit their website.

Booklyn Artists' Book Fair 2019

Deadline: October 30, 2018

Booklyn and the New York City Book and Ephemera Fair are proud to announce the 2019 premiere of the annual Booklyn Artists’ Book Fair, a dynamic Manhattan based book fair of pioneering contemporary creative publishing from A(rtists’ books) to Z(ines). All participants can also submit a proposal for general assembly presentations resonant with the 2019 Fairs theme, “Resistance and Resonance: how have the recent Art Build, Me Too, March For Our Lives, Black Lives Matter, BDS, Immigrants Rights, Gender Justice and Standing Rock direct action movements affected the field of creative publishing?”

For more information, visit their Website 

In Cahoots Residency for Printmaking and Book Arts

Deadline: October 25, 2018 / ongoing

In Cahoots Residency is a new printmaking and book art residency in Petaluma, California. It is a place of collaboration and creative energy, a rare opportunity for uninterrupted work time as well as dialog with other artists. Their pastoral location and light-filled studios inspire emerging and professional artists to make new discoveries and leave with a renewed passion for their work.

The residency welcomes artists working in a variety of mediums, and offers specific equipment for letterpress, printmaking, and artists books as well as a separate charming writing studio. In Cahoots Residency hosts three to five artists at a time in 1-week, 2-week or 4-week sessions. Residents are provided individual guest houses and 24-hour access to the spacious shared studios. Food is not provided.

Applications now open! Three full grants are available; application deadline October 25, 2018. Regular (non-grant) applications received by October 25, 2018 will have priority choice of dates in the 2019 calendar year. After this deadline, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis for any remaining spots.

For more information, visit their website.

Brooklyn 'Freedom of the Presses' Open Call

Deadline: October 21, 2018

Freedom of the Presses is a brief survey exhibition of artists’ books, creative publications, and prints used by artists to further community engagement and social justice projects. This exhibition celebrates and expands upon the release of Booklyn’s newest trade publication “Freedom of the Presses: Artists’ Books in the 21st Century.” Freedom of the Presses provides perspectives on how to deconstruct colonial and contemporary constraints on the concept, content, design, production and distribution of artists’ books and activist publications along with models of how to reimagine artists’ bookmaking as a socially engaged practice. This exhibition brings together artworks published in the book alongside works introduced to the organization through this open call.

For more information, visit their website.

Atlanta Printmakers Studio Emerging Artist Residency

Deadline: October 20, 2018

Emerging Artist Residency (EAR) was established in 2009 by Atlanta Printmakers Studio (APS) to provide emerging artists the resources to create a body of work and an opportunity for professional development. APS’s mission is to nurture the practice of printmaking by providing the means for artists to make prints while celebrating and educating the community about the fine art of printmaking. EAR accomplishes this goal by providing artists a well-equipped studio, education, mentorship, exhibition, as well as, a unique opportunity to work with practicing artists of varied backgrounds and diverse skills.

For the purposes of this program, an emerging artist is someone who shows significant potential, yet has not achieved a corresponding amount of professional accomplishment and recognition as an artist, regardless of age or recognition in other fields.

For more information, visit their website.

Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers: Recent Printmaking Graduate Membership

Deadline: October 17, 2018

The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) is offering Associate Membership plus £1000 from the Gwen May Trust to two recent printmaking graduates. Two-year membership of the RE will commence in January 2019 and is open to 2018 printmaking graduates.

For more information, visit their website.