IPCNY’s New Prints Program was created in 2000 as a platform for artists from a wide range of backgrounds working in the medium of print. The biannual open-call exhibitions feature prints in a variety of formats and techniques produced in the preceding twelve months. Juried by stakeholders in the field, the resulting exhibitions offer snapshots of what artists are contending with in the moment, leading a sense of immediacy to each presentation.
Click below to apply to the New Prints 2020/Winter Open Call, juried by Ariana Barat, artist, activist, and Printmaking Facilities Manager at Parsons School of Design; Gregory Burnet, artist, Master Printer, and Owner of Burnet Editions, New York; Orit Mardkha-Tenzer, artist, graphic designer, and instructor of graphic design at City College of New York; and Keris Salmon, visual artist and storyteller. The deadline is 11:59PM EST on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.
NEW PRINTS Artist Development Program
In 2017, IPCNY expanded the New Prints open-call exhibition series by offering each cohort of exhibiting artists further opportunities to receive further training, guidance, and exposure.
After each New Prints exhibition is selected by the jury or juror, the exhibiting artists are invited to apply for the three components of New Prints Artist Development Program:
An Artist Mentorship program designed provide the artist with critical feedback, career guidance, and introductions in the field.
Sponsored Coursework, which funds workshops or classes of the artist's choice.
The jury or juror then selects six artists–two Artists-in-Residence, one Mentorship honoree, and three Sponsored Coursework honorees–based on merit, need, and commitment to developing their print practice.
2019/Winter Artist-in-Residence in IPCNY's workshop
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The New Prints Program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by the Areté Foundation.