RE Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship

Deadline: June 30, 2019

Every year one RE member will be selected for a 6 week full fellowship. The RE Visiting Guest Artist will receive keys and full access to the studios 7 days a week, as well as housing accommodation in a private bedroom in Palazzo Dandolo on the Grand Canal. An exhibition will be also granted.

The Guest Artists are responsible for their meals and for travel and local transportation costs. The Visiting Guest Artist is expected to attend concurrently running courses and workshops at the Scuola on a biweekly basis. The artist’s role in the classroom is to act as a mentor, providing further knowledge, input, and guidance to participating students. This enables the Guest Artist to become further integrated into the fabric of the Scuola’s community, while fostering dialogue in a dynamic studio setting among artists both local and international. The position allows for both the freedom and time to create new work in the studio, culminating in a solo exhibition in the SG Gallery.

In addition to the Full Fellowship, the RE artist selected for the Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship will receive a £250,00 grant from the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers.

For more information, visit their website.


Deadline - June 24, 2019

BIG INK is traveling to Ohio. Art centers in each state have invited BIG INK to host two-day events where prints will be pulled from large-scale woodblock plates. They are seeking image proposals from emerging, mid-career, and established visual artists who would like to carve a woodblock, at least 24" x 36" inches in dimension, to print at each event.  No prior printmaking experience is required. Any artist that has an interest in print media and wants to achieve a deeper understanding of woodblock carving is welcome to apply.

Upon completing the online application and being accepted, artists will have two months prior to the event to carve their design.  We've assembled how-to videos that guide participants through the carving process.  The series draws from invaluable technical observations made by BIG INK's directors and past participating artists.  The artists' sole responsibility is to bring a fully carved and ready to print woodblock on their assigned printing day.  All consumable materials including paper, ink, cleaning supplies and equipment are included with participation.  

The event itself is an excellent way to network with other participants, plug into a growing creative community, and produce high-quality work that can later be used for sale and exhibition.

For more information, visit their website.

Innovate Grant

Deadline: June 18, 2019

Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists.

Innovate Grant is a new initiative that supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We've simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus their time on making their innovative work.

For more information, visit their website.

In Exchange: Small Press Fair South Florida Printmaking Open Call

SPF South Florida is pleased to announce an open call for submissions. In Exchange is an exhibition which invites artists to submit work with a particular focus on the collaborative nature of fine art printmaking. Historically, printmaking has brought artists together on the press; often a master printmaker bringing into the fold an artist whose expertise lies in other medium, whether that be painting, collage, drawing or sculpture. Through collaboration, the two are able to produce something greater than their two halves, allowing an exchange between process and ideas. Within contemporary printmaking, the act of collaboration expands beyond location, allowing printmakers who have never met to trade work and engage through print portfolio exchanges. Though this exhibition calls for work made in collaboration with printmakers, it is not solely focused on exhibiting printed editions in the traditional sense. Instead, this exhibition opens a dialogue about how collaboration functions in the contemporary art world. Whether producing large-scale paper installations or miniature sculptural paintings, submissions should be the result of an exchange between at least two artists, one with a focus in printmaking. This exhibition will be open September - December, 2019 in The Projects located in FATVillage, Fort Lauderdale. In Exchange will accompany the fourth edition of Small Press Fair, SPF’19 on November 9, 2019. The opening reception will be held September 28, 2019 with a closing reception on November 30, 2019, during the FATVillage Artwalks which attract thousands of visitors to the art enclave.


ELIGIBILITY:  Submitted work must be relevant to Printmaking with an emphasis on collaborative approaches which may include fiber arts, sculpture, ceramics, installation and beyond. Keep in mind that the exhibition space is 10,000 sq ft of raw open warehouse and is not climate controlled. In addition to traditional wall-hung prints, it can house work 19-ft high. The space is equipped with floating walls, projectors, lighting and can accommodate suspended, ceiling-hung works. We are interested in seeing how far the boundaries of collaboration within printmaking can be pushed!

SUBMISSION FORMAT: All images should be digitally submitted through our application form. Uploaded Images may include jpeg, videos (if applicable) or PDF if submitting a proposal.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: The digital submission deadline for images and entry fee is Sunday, June 16th, 2019 by 11:59pm.

COMMISSION: There will be a 50% Commission on any sales made during this exhibition.

ENTRY FEE: There is a non-refundable $20 entry fee for five images. You may include details shots in your five submissions, but you may not exceed five total submissions.

NOTIFICATION: Artists will be notified via email of acceptance or decline no later than July 1st, 2019. Accepted works must be received by September 6th, 2019. Artists will be contacted with details for artwork delivery.

For more information, visit their website.

Scuola Internazionale de Grafica Venezia Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship

Deadline: June 15, 2019

This program is offered to 3 established, as well as emerging printmakers and book artists. The Visiting Guest Artist will receive keys and full access to the studios 7 days a week, as well as housing accommodation in a private bedroom in Ca' Dandolo on the Grand Canal. Ca’ Dandolo has hosted three Venice Biennale exhibitions (IRAQ’s Pavilion in in 2013 - 2015 and British artist Stephen Chambers’ “Court of Redonda” in 2017).

At the end of the residency there will be a 1 month exhibition of the three selected artists in the Scuola's SGallery.

The Visiting Guest Artist is expected to attend concurrently running courses and workshops at the Scuola on a biweekly basis. The artist’s role in the classroom is to act as a mentor, providing further knowledge, input, and guidance to participating students. This enables the Guest Artist to become further integrated into the fabric of the Scuola’s community, while fostering dialogue in a dynamic studio setting among artists both local and international. The position allows for the freedom and time to create new work in the studio.

For more information, visit their website.

Viridian Artists presents The 30th Annual International Juried Exhibition

Viridian Artists presents The 30th Annual International Juried Exhibition
July 16 – August 10, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 18, 6–8 PM

Entry Deadline: Thursday, June 13, 2019

Juror: Vernita Nemec, independent curator in New York City and the Director of Viridian Artists.
As an artist herself, Vernita was a pioneer of the downtown art scene. She has nurtured and promoted work by under known artist throughout her career. Nemec served as Director of Artists Talk On Art, interviewing art world luminaries, and as an independent curator at Henry Street Settlement Art Center. She has been curating extensive groups exhibitions of art from recycled materials and trash, entitled “Art from Detritus” for which she received a Kaufmann Foundation Grant and a Puffin Foundation Grant.

For guidelines and how to enter, visit their website.

Women’s Studio Workshop Studio Internship

Deadlines: June 30th and December 1

Each term, WSW hosts three 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.


  • Assisting residents in the studio, as necessary, but especially for artist’s book production

  • Acting as studio assistant for workshops and classes:

  • Maintaining studio functionality: servicing and troubleshooting equipment, performing organizational and cleaning projects, turning over resident housing, and potluck setup/breakdown

  • Potentially completing studio projects in papermaking, screen printing, letterpress printing, or graphic design, depending on the projects at hand


  • Experience in at least two of the following areas: silkscreen, letterpress, printmaking, papermaking, book arts, or graphic design

  • Ability to prioritize tasks and work independently as well as collaboratively

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Enthusiasm for working with many different people in a studio environment


  • Additional studio knowledge that may be useful: photography, darkroom operations, or ceramics. (Please note: while studio interns have access to the ceramics studio in their off-time, they do not work in that department.)

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.

Key Details: Spring Term

Applications open: June 1

Applications due: December 1, midnight EST

Notification date: February 1

Length of internship: 6 months

Internship occurs: April – September

Key Details: Fall Term

Applications open: December 1

Applications due: June 30, midnight EST

Notification date: August 1

Length of internship: 6 months

Internship occurs: October – March

For more information, visit their website.

Seattle Print Arts Larry Summers Fellowship

Deadline: Ongoing

The purpose of this fellowship is to support artistic excellence in the areas of print arts, book arts and works on, or of, paper. The award will provide a stipend of $2,000 to produce new work or to support a project in progress. The selected artist will be determined by the artistic excellence of the work presented in the application, juried by a panel of arts professionals. The selected artist, or artist team, is required to present a talk about their work, scheduled at their convenience, to the Seattle Print Arts membership. The first $1,000 will be awarded when the artist is selected. The remaining $1,000 will be awarded after the artist's presentation. The presentation may take the form of an online video if travel to Seattle is not possible. In addition to the monetary award, the chosen artist will receive a one-year Seattle Print Arts membership.

For more information, visit their website.

Summer in the Studio Workshop Series

Deadline: May 17, 2019

Spend a week in the studio during one of our intensive workshops. You’ll get an immersive experience learning new creative processes and techniques, while utilizing Cleveland Institute of Art’s two-story, light-filled, state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Each workshop is led by an internationally recognized visiting artist. Students should come prepared with some working knowledge of general studio protocol and safety procedures.

Artist’s Books: Inside + Out with Aimee Lee

In this process-based intensive, students will make artists books and explore this form as a repository for images, text, and ideas. Students will work with folded and sewn structures, as well as unconventional pages that draw from fiber techniques. Mark-making techniques on and off the press for the inside and outside of books will help create content from cover to cover. Participants will leave with an armful of books, samples of techniques, and a broad base of technical knowledge and confidence to continue making books anywhere

Monday, June 3-Friday, June 7, 2019


$650 (includes instructional supplies and use of studio space and facilities)

Limited on-campus housing available for an additional $175

For more information, visit their website.

Guttenberg Arts Space + Time Residency

Deadlines: April and October

Everyone at Guttenberg Arts understands the financial difficulty facing artists of all levels and seeks to support their creative endeavors at our studio with the space and time artist residency (STAR) program.  

STAR provides artists with stipends to cover materials, travel and access to a professionally equipped workspace for the visual arts including printmaking and ceramics.  Artists work is supported with a group show at the end of the residency and three studio visits with arts professionals. Each artist will present a public lecture on their work or conduct a free public workshop towards the close of their three month residency.

Increasing an artist’s community is the first step toward a sustainable career in the arts.  Guttenberg Arts promotes each STAR fellow in print and on the web, through exhibitions and art fairs.

STAR artists are selected by a blind jury of arts professionals on the merits of their work.

For more information, visit their website.

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology | Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency

Deadline: 16th April 2019

The annual Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency was established in 2002 to provide artists with little or no printmaking experience the opportunity to explore a new creative medium with guidance, instruction and technical assistance from Master Printmaker Julia D'Amaro. 

Three artists are invited to the Sitka Center each October and January for an intensive two week long residency, during which they work on copper plates, using a wide variety of etching techniques. At the end of each residency Julia prints the finished plates in editions of ten to be divided equally between the artist and Sitka. The Gordon Gilkey Print Center at the Portland Art Museum and the Jordan Schnitzer Collection also receive prints from each collaboration.

Please note: This opportunity is for artists who have no prior printmaking experience.

For more information, visit their website.


Deadline: April 15, 2019

The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent. A MacDowell Fellowship consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for two weeks to two months. The MacDowell Colony believes that all talented artists should have the opportunity a MacDowell Fellowship provides.

There is no cost for a Fellowship; however, artists are responsible for materials and travel expenses. In order to open the residency experience to a wider, more diverse community of artists, MacDowell offers two financial assistance programs to those who have been awarded a Fellowship. Through the generosity of several foundations and individuals need-based stipends are available to artists who would not otherwise be able to afford the time away that a Fellowship requires. Additionally, travel reimbursement grants are available to defray the cost of domestic and international travel to and from New Hampshire.

MacDowell encourages applications from artists representing the widest possible range of perspectives and demographics. The sole criterion for acceptance is artistic excellence. MacDowell has ten artist studios, one of which is a printmaking studio. The printmaking studio includes an etching press and a lithography press, and allows for multiple forms of printmaking.

The application deadline for the fall 2019 residency period is April 15, 2019.

For more information or to apply, visit:

On Paper Contest: International Printmaking Award

ON PAPER is a project to promote the art of printmaking and develop connections between printmakers around the world. It is based in Barcelona and run by an art association with Nuria Melero as a main organizer.

The On Paper Award first prize is 1000€.  The second prize, 300€, will be for the print with the most creative printing process. The shortlisted artists for the On PAPER Award 2018 will be exhibited in the Sala aLfaRa, Oviedo (Asturias, Spain) in July 2019.

Artists can submit one piece of work on a paper size of 300mm x 400mm. Deadline is April 1st. The international jury will select 10-15 shortlisted artists.  The artists with most votes will receive the awards.

Read more about the contest and submission guidelines here.

Ratamo Printmaking and Photography Centre

Deadline: March 31

We offer a professional workshop specializing in intaglio printmaking and woodcut.

We are inviting printmakers and visual artists (also artists of another disciplines like writers and poets) to our residency. We provide you with personal assistance and workshop space you need to research and create your work. Our rural setting provides a tranquil space for you to live and work. You have the freedom to create your own work or participate in our selection of courses and workshops.

Our living space, the residency and our studio is housed on three separate floors of our lovely home. We are surrounded by a small garden, where we host several special but shy turtle guests.

For more information, visit their website.

K. Caraccio Printing Studio Apprenticeship

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.

For more information, visit their website.

Center for Contemporary Printmaking Internship

La Ceiba Gráfica

Deadline: Ongoing

Ceiba Gráfica invites artist from all over the world to come and experience an environment where art, natural beauty and traditional manual techniques come together.

Residents may propose their own working program up to 1 month through our different forms of residencies. We offer educational(Permanent course included) and production residencies all including accommodation and 24-hour workshop use.

Our courses specialize in traditional printmaking techniques such as lithography over Mexican marble, metal etching and Moku Hanga (Japanese woodblock print) and are offered monthly each year. We also have a bookbinding course focused on Renaissance techniques using tools made by hand in our carpentry workshop.

For residents wishing to stay more than one month there is another possibility called Long Term Residency which can be reserved up to 6 months. It consist in a independent apartment equipped with own kitchen and bathroom offered for artist and students wishing to develop their own project involving printmaking or other artistic disciplines.

Our working facilities include an experimental lithography workshop equipped with 2 small presses available for beginners and initiates as well as for some artists wishing to print and develop their techniques using our own marble slabs and drawing materials made locally: lithography crayons, pencils and tusche.

A large professional lithography printing workshop in charge of our Master Printer with a range of 2 presses: an offset press ideal for color lithography and a large wooden press for stones up to 125 x 93 cm for artists and residents wishing to produce editions on larger formats.

A separate, fully-equipped workshop is available for all traditional metal printmaking techniques as well as for linocut and woodcut.

Adjoining this, there is a unique Moku-Hanga workshop for research and teaching in this traditional Japanese woodblock printing technique.

La Ceiba Gráfica also offers large studio spaces for painting and sculpture, including a low-temperature ceramics kiln.

For more information, visit their website.

Black Church Print Studio International Residency

Deadline:  February

BCPS International Artist-in-Residence programme was established to facilitate contemporary artistic practice in the Studio and to further the professional development of artists. It enables the creation and production of new work, fosters an exchange of ideas and influences and encourages the sharing of expertise.

• Emerging, mid-career and established professional artists are invited to apply.

• Selected participants in this programme will receive accommodation, basic materials, studio equipment and facilities usage and technical and administrative support.

• Artists will have access to etching, lithography, screenprinting and relief presses, and to multi-media and digital equipment.

• Travel and material costs are the responsibility of the participating artist.

• This year's Residency is scheduled for a single four-week term in July 2019.

• The successful resident will be asked to complete two editions of works completed during his/her residency and donate two prints from each to the Studio, one for the Archive Collection and one for fundraising.

• The resident artist will be required to give a demonstration and seminar during their residency.

For more information, visit their website.

Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Program Monitors

Deadline: Rolling

Monitors play vital role in the day-to-day operations of workshop by committing to a weekly four hour shift. In addition to maintaining the facilities, assisting with administrative duties, and working with shop patrons, they contribute to the workshop’s unique welcoming and collaborative atmosphere. In return, for every hour volunteered, monitors receive two hours of studio time, as well as discounts on classes and workshops.

For more information, visit their website.

Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Program Internship

All Internships are for a minimum of 2 days per week, require becoming an EFA RBPMW member ($35 annual fee), and require at least a three-month commitment. Interns must be available to work during office hours (10 am - 6 pm, Tuesday - Friday).

Academic credit arrangements for the internship must be made by the student. All paperwork for credit exchange is to be furnished at the beginning of the internship period.

All interns receive studio access outside of their internship hours. Internships are unpaid.

  • Summer Internship: June 1 - August 31     Deadline to Apply: May 1

  • Fall Internship: September 15 - December 15     Deadline to Apply: August 26

  • Spring Internship: February 15 - May 15      Deadline to Apply: January 25

For more information, visit their website.

"Sanctuary" | National Juried Exhibition at Arc Gallery

National Juried Exhibition at Arc Gallery
1246 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94103

DEADLINE:  March 18th, 2019
May 18, 2019 – June 22, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 18th 7-9PM

The word “Sanctuary” has recently been associated with individual and municipality resistance to the Federal enforcement of immigration laws. “Sanctuary” itself has a wide range of definitions: a place offering shelter, a sacred or consecrated place, a container of holy things, a refuge for humans or wildlife, and a place offering immunity from law. We are seeking works that broadly define “Sanctuary.” Works that convey political activism, faith and religion, wildlife protections, and a place of refuge, peace and safety are welcome, as well as abstract works that express the meaning of “Sanctuary.”

GUIDELINES: Sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, assemblage, collage, mixed media, fiber art, glass art, and artist books are all accepted. Artists must reside in the United States in order to be eligible to apply.

JUROR: Bryan Yedinak, Themes + Projects, San Francisco, CA - Bryan Yedinak is the co-founder of Modernbook and Themes + Projects where he has been both creative director and curator, fusing art, design, interiors, architecture, fashion, music, publishing and film within the aesthetic of both shop and gallery. Bryan has curated over 100 exhibitions over 20 years. He is currently on the advisory board of Modern Luxury interior design publication and a member of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association. Bryan grew up in San Jose, CA, and studied painting at California State University, Long Beach.

JUROR’S AWARD: A Juror’s Award ribbon, certificate, catalog and $250 will be presented to each of the three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme. 

GALLERY & ONLINE GALLERY: There are two opportunities to get into this show. The juror will select works that will be exhibited in the Arc Gallery and works that will be included only on the Arc On-line Gallery. All artwork selected will be included in the exhibition catalog. Catalogs will be available for order at the time of notification.