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After the success of their Mini Print Exhibition last year, Southbank Printmakers in Gabriel’s Wharf are delighted to announce the call for entries for their Mini Print Exhibition 2023. Now in its 4th year, this popular independent gallery-led show returns with a range of exciting mini prints from across the UK and beyond.
Both professional and amateur printmakers are given the opportunity to exhibit and sell their prints in the Southbank Printmakers gallery on London’s South Bank and on their online shop. The artists who are selected to exhibit also have the chance to win prizes offered by the exhibition sponsors Jackson’s and John Purcell Paper. Prizes include the Public Vote Prize and the Southbank Printmakers Prize!
The gallery is now accepting entries for the exhibition and the closing date for entries is the 30th of June.
The exhibition will be running in the Southbank Printmakers gallery from the 3rd of October to the 3rd of December, with an opening private view and closing awards night. After the exhibition closes in the gallery, it will move online until the 7th of January 2024.
Submissions are invited from artists working in any recognisable hand-produced printmaking technique, such as screen printing, lithography, etching, engraving, collagraph, monotype, block printing, woodcut, and more. Submissions are also being accepted for prints using digital processes to elaborate prints that are traditionally printed.
To submit your entry to the Southbank Printmakers Mini Print Exhibition, please fill out the entry form here.
As a co-operative gallery, Southbank Printmakers is made up of 40 independent established artists, whose work ranges from smaller detailed figurative pieces and quirky cards to larger colourful abstracts.
The gallery is open 7 days a week, so come on down to see some beautiful prints and a friendly face!
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