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Current News at the CFPR

April 2017
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BABE: Bristol Artists Book Event April 2017

 


Bristol Artist’s Book Event at Arnolfini
Saturday 1st April & Sunday 2nd April 2017
11am - 6pm Saturday and 11am – 5pm Sunday

Save the date: Arnolfini and The Centre for Fine Print Research at UWE, Bristol, are very pleased to announce the 6th Bristol Artist’s Book Event (BABE) at Arnolfini, come and celebrate our 10-year anniversary with us.

Stands will be in the galleries and auditorium space of Arnolfini plus a programme of talks, workshops and tours over the weekend - Not to be missed!



event 2017

UWE Bristol Talks at the Arnolfini - Professor Stephen Hoskins and Roger Conlon : Tacit Knowledge

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http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/uwe-bristol-talks-tacit-knowledge

Are we in danger of losing the relationship between materials and making? If so, how does this affect our access to creativity and our understanding of visual language? UWE Bristol Professor Stephen Hoskins and Roger Conlon explore ideas about ‘making’ with reference to art and design research, teaching and practice.



Through illustrating and discussing a range of 2D and 3D objects and processes this talk challenges some current thinking about art, design and making and draws out the importance of the relationship between materials and how we make and think creatively.


An understanding of how materials behave and the ways they can be transformed is central to the creative process. This ‘experiential learning’ from the material world forms the skills and ‘tacit knowledge’ that makers apply to their work. It also creates new knowledge and ways of thinking through the unpredictable, unexpected and unanticipated outcomes that only materials can provide.

The importance of this could be lost in an increasingly virtual world where decisions about ‘making’ may be arrived at through assumptions and expectations that are made away from this physical and material experience.


Conference

Sarah Bodman Keynote Speaker at Booknesses Colloquium

Book Arts in South Africa

venue University of Johannesburg, South Africa
date 24th – 25th March 2017

The Booknesses Colloquium on the Book Arts in South Africa will be held at the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA), University of Johannesburg, South Africa on 24 & 25 March 2017 alongside South African artists’ books in an exhibition of contemporary bookworks in conventional and digital form opening on Friday 24 March 2017 in the FADA Gallery.

Keynote speakers for the colloquium are Sarah Bodman and Robbin Ami Silverberg, artist & founding director of Dobbin Mill hand-papermaking studio and Dobbin Books collaborative artist book studio in Brooklyn, NY, and Associate Professor at the Pratt Institute.

The colloquium and FADA exhibition of South African book arts will be accompanied by the hugely important exhibition Booknesses: Artists' Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection, opening at the UJ Art Gallery on Saturday 25 March 2017. This exhibition will be one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibitions of book art ever staged in the world with over 250 works by international as well as local book-arts practitioners. The exhibition is accompanied by a full-colour catalogue with essays by Prof. Pippa Skotnes, Prof. Keith Dietrich, Robbin Ami Silverberg, Prof. Kim Berman and David Paton who is the exhibition curator. The catalogue will add new scholarship to our understanding of the book arts in South Africa.

Image: Jack Ginsberg, whose collection has inspired the exhibition Booknesses: Artists' Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection.

For more information visit: http://www.theartistsbook.org.za and https://www.facebook.com/Booknesses-Book-Arts-Exhibitions-Colloquium-548266288693065

Event date 16 march 2017

Thinking by the Book

Join artist and World leading researcher Sarah Bodman, Programme Leader MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking at the Centre for Fine Print Research UWE Bristol, as she discusses some contemporary examples of artists working within the format of the Artist Book.
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event date 2 MArch 2017

Colour by Numbers

Professor Carinna Parraman is giving a talk at the Arnolfini on Thursday 2 March 2017 18:00-19:00

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February 2017
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Intersection of Art & Technology at the Arnolfini



Dr Peter Walters and Dr Paul O’Dowd presented a talk on the subject of the Intersection of Art &Technology at the Arnolfini on Thursday 23 February 6-7pm.
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February 2017
news

Dr Peter Moseley Appointented as a visiting research fellow


Photogravure P. Moseley

The Centre for Fine Print Research and the Photography Research Group are very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Peter Moseley as a visiting research fellow at UWE where he will be undertaking independent research for the next three years. His area of expertise is the history, techniques and technologies of nineteenth and early twentieth century photographic and photo-mechanical printing processes.

Peter is a qualified teacher with over forty years’ experience as a photographer. He has an MA in Printmaking from Brighton University and a PhD from UWE. He has exhibited at solo and group shows and recent work has been shown at the National Gallery in London, the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol.


Dates February 2017

February 2017
placement opportunity

Two Placement Opportunities with the Centre for Fine Print Research at the Bower Ashton Studios



An opportunity for two UWE students to undertake short internships between March-June 2017.

Design Student Placement Opportunity to develop a compliant motion stage for applications on robotic painting and drawing machines. The tasks require computer aided design (CAD) toward the mechanical elements of an existing prototype. The design must accommodate electronic sensing, actuation and control technologies. The design process must be approached iteratively, with a view to be fit for user testing, and later machine fitting.

Candidates should have excellent design skills, experience using CAD software and willingness to work as part of a multi-disciplinary design team. Knowledge of designing for 3D printing, laser cutting and other digital fabrication technologies is desirable. Applicants should also demonstrate an enthusiasm for exploring technology within the context of the arts.

Robotics Student Placement Opportunity to act as technician to the development of several prototype robotic painting, drawing printing machines. The tasks require a familiarity with electronic design, programming for electronic systems, sensor processing, image processing and more generally computer numerical control (CNC).

Candidates should have a general aptitude for the design and prototyping of whole robotic systems, and a keen attitude towards exploring algorithms within the context of the arts. The role will require getting up to speed with existing prototype systems and their scope for further development.

We are unable to pay a fee or expenses but we can pay in-kind in the form of access to our 3D print facilities and materials – for every 2 days work for us you can have one day access to the facility to work on your own project. The commitment to working times and duration is flexible. The successful candidate will have access to the research laboratory and a desk. Participation will form a credible contribution toward professional experience within a research environment, including co-authorship on any consequent academic publications.

We are open to discussion with regards the dates of the placement and hours per week of work. Please contact Paul O'Dowd on 01173285864 or Paul3.O'Dowd@uwe.ac.uk

Dates February 2017


Bilingual Spanish Art Student Required For IMPACT 2018


http://www.impact10.es

The CFPR IMPACT commitee would like to offer a part time internship to an art student who is fluent in Spanish/English to assist with an international conference we are holding in Santander, Spain in 2018. The conference will be taking place in the first week of September. We hope this will be a valuable experience for the right student. Good written skills will be useful.

For more details contact Jesse Heckstall-Smith
Centre for Fine Print Research administrator, in 0B9 or call 01173285864
Email: jesse.heckstall-smith@uwe.ac.uk


September 2018
conference

The hosts of IMPACT 10 are currently updating the conference mailing list.


If you want to receive updates about the conference please complete the contact form which you can find at http://www.impact10.es/

The data you provide will only be used only to keep you informed about IMPACT 10 and will not be shared with third parties.

You can also follow the conference organisers on twitter @Impact10tweets

DateS september 2018


1st February 2017
Presentation

venue:Brightlands, chemelot conference Centre, sittard Green Netherlands

@4Dprinting forum

Dr Peter Walters: Design at the intersection of Smart materials and 3D printing



This Presentation will show practical examples of research into the application of smart shape-changing materials and 3D printing technologies undertaken at the CFPR, UWE Bristol. Research takes place through creative collaboration between specialists in disciplines including design, robotics and 3D printing. Practical to be presented will include the development of a tentacle- like 'smart puppet; with flex sensor controller. Methods and materials used will be discussed along with future expectations and implications of smart materials and 3d printing within creative design

@4Dprinting forum
November 2016
programme

Women: Art, Books and Printed Matter

Friday 25th November 2016
Hauser and Wirth
hauserwirthsomerset.com/events/women-art-books-and-printed-matter

CFPR senior research fellow Sarah Bodman was a panel member at the one-day symposium Women: Art, Books and Printed Matter.

Taking inspiration from the themes raised by ‘Louise Bourgeois. Turning Inwards’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, this event explored some of the relationships between women, art and printed matter. Chaired by Fiona Bradley, Director of the Fruitmarket Gallery, the panel comprised Sarah Bodman, Clare Johnson and Mandy Ure, who each represented one of the following categories: Book making, book art and printmaking; book writing and research; and art making and painting.
October/2016
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Make: Shift: Do 2016 - Record attendance

Over 100 delegates attended the CFPR open doors event at the end of October to engage with our cutting edge research. The CFPR were very pleased to be a partner in the Crafts Council’s Make:Shift:Do 2016 a festival celebrating digital innovation in craft, along with the V&A, the Institute of Making, Ultimaker GB, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design atthe University of Dundee, Fab Lab Nerve Centre and the Royal Academy. We have included a sample of the feedback we received on the day:

‘Excellent. It is inspiring to watch the web of possibilities grow at the Centre’
‘Amazing’
‘Eye-opening’
‘Fascinating’
‘Mind blowing’
‘inspirational’
‘Aesthetically innovative’
‘Swell’
‘Was amazing’
‘Intriguing’
‘Great facilities’
‘Amazing facilities’
‘Informative, engaging and made a tissue paper transfer print of my own’
‘Helpful’
‘Tactile’
‘Worthwhile’



Report November 2016

Bristol and Bath by Design Project hailed a success by AHRC

BBxD (Bristol and Bath by Design) have been working together over the last two years to collect data on design companies in the Bristol and Bath region to gain a better understanding of the economic and cultural value of the design-led sector.
BBxD have found that Design is integral to a diversity of commercial activity in the region in its role as a process for creativity, innovation and problem solving, as a means of communication, and in the value it adds to the experience of the consumer.

Carinna Parraman, Professor of Design and Innovation at the University of the West of England, said:

“Bristol and Bath were identified as Design hubs as far back as 2010 but our findings demonstrate that a great deal of design work in the region is under-appreciated, unacknowledged, or ‘hidden’.



Read the AHRC press release: www.ahrc.ac.uk/newsevents/news/design-goes-west


Dates 11/2016 |


event April 2017

BABE: Bristol Artists Book Event April 2017

 


Bristol Artist’s Book Event at Arnolfini
Saturday 1st April & Sunday 2nd April 2017
11am - 6pm Saturday and 11am – 5pm Sunday

Save the date: Arnolfini and The Centre for Fine Print Research at UWE, Bristol, are very pleased to announce the 6th Bristol Artist’s Book Event (BABE) at Arnolfini, come and celebrate our 10-year anniversary with us.

Stands will be in the galleries and auditorium space of Arnolfini plus a programme of talks, workshops and tours over the weekend - Not to be missed!


Dates 4/2016 |


radio appearance September 2016

Vladimir Ashkenazy on Ansel Adams: The Print and the Performance

 


The Centre for Fine Print Research Visiting Senior Research Fellow Dr Annie Hammond features throughout a BBC radio 3 documentary The acclaimed conductor and musician Vladimir Ashkenazy travels to the California home of acclaimed photographer Ansel Adams to reveal how classical music inspired and informed his friend's art. Listen to the programme here:...http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07vwg62



conference September 2016

CFPR PhD student Becky Gooby presents Poster at PICS 2016: Variables that affect colour in digital textile printing


Author/Co Author:
Becky Gooby
conference:PICS 2016 - Progress in Colour Studies
Place: University College London
Date: 14-16 September 2016
Poster Presented by: Becky Gooby
URL Links:http://pics2016.uk

Abstract:
The development of digital printing is a major change within the textile design process - as a designer is no longer restricted to number of colours, repeat patterns and may include photographic images and intricate detail. With digital print it is now possible to print anything between a metre, or hundreds of metres, at the click of a button.

However, there is a marked difference between screen-colour and print colour. A textiles designer using Computer Aided Design (CAD) to create a design will be required to experiment with a number of variables in order to feel more confident about the outcome when using digital fabric printing.

There are already various software, materials and printers involved in digital printing which impact on colour results. Additionally, fabric choice and secondary processes (washing and steaming) contribute to colour variation. The poster charts these variables and outlines the affects they have on printed colour. Variables include, but are not limited to: fabric, ink, software, printer, profiles applied, and secondary processes (washing, steaming)

CFPR Summer schools receive outstanding feedback

Introduction to wood engraving 4 July
Letterpress Book Arts Intensive 11-15 July
Making Friends with your Adana press 6-7 July
Artists stamps 20 July
Photogravure 25-29 July 2016
2D-3D Experimental Book Art Structures 25-29 July 2016
Primitive Print in the City III 26-27 July 2016
Decorative Japanese Techniques for Paper and Book Arts 15-19 August 2016

 

Dates:2016 | Read all of the feedback and check for future short courses please visit the CPD homepage


event august 2016

Artists’ Books #11: backbonebooks and Boabooks

Dates: 7-11 August 2016


In the latest instalment of her monthly column on artists' books, Sarah Bodman looks at two artists whose publishing practice sees them exhibiting at major upcoming events in the USA.

Dates /2016 | Read more at https://www.a-n.co.uk/news/artists-books-11-backbonebooks-and-boabooks?platform=hootsuite



publication 17 May 2016

Hybrid auxetic foam and perforated plate composites for human body support

 


Dr Peter Walters has published a joint publication in the Basic solid state physics journal

Co-Authors: H. Mohanraj (University of Bristol). S. L. M. Filho Ribeiro (University of São João del Rei). T. H. Panzera (University of São João del Rei). F. Scarpa (University of Bristol). I.R. Farrow (University of Bristol). R. Jones (MS Research, Treatment and Education, The Vassall Centre, Bristol). A. Davies-Smith (MS Research, Treatment and Education, The Vassall Centre, Bristol). C. D. L. Remillat (University of Bristol). H.-X. Peng (Zhejiang University). P. Walters (UWE Bristol).
Abstract
The article describes the design, manufacturing, modelling and testing of a hybrid composite support made from auxetic open cell foam liners and curved thermoplastic plates with rhomboidal perforations for human body support. Both the foam and the curved perforated plate have in-plane negative Poisson's ratio behaviour. The static bending stiffness of the hybrid auxetic composite support is modelled using an analytical and Finite Element approach benchmarked against experimental results from three-point bending tests. The benchmarked Finite Element models are used to develop a map of optimised static stiffness versus the geometry of the rhomboidal perforations. A Design of Experiment testing campaign is also carried out on 16 hybrid auxetic composite plates to understand the interaction and correlation of the static bending versus the geometry of the perforations and the contribution given by the auxetic foam liner.

Date published: 17 May 2016
Basic solid state physics journal
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.201600106
Volume: 253
Issue: 7
Pages: 1378-1386



Exhibition august 2016

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

Dates: 17 November 2016 - 26 February 2017

CFPR PhD student Peter Moseley has been selected for the leading international photographic portrait competition - The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize which celebrates and promotes the very best in contemporary portrait photography.

Organised by the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Prize has established a reputation for its diversity of photographic styles submitted by a range of photographers, from gifted amateurs and photography students to established professionals.

In the Prize’s search for excellence, photographers are encouraged to interpret ‘portrait’ in its widest sense of ‘photography concerned with portraying people with an emphasis on their identity as individuals.’

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016 exhibition will run at the National Portrait Gallery 17 November 2016 to 26 February 2017 before touring to venues around the UK.
http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/twppp-2016/exhibition.php


Dates august 2016



The hosts of IMPACT 10 are currently updating the conference mailing list.

If you want to receive updates about the conference please complete the contact form which you can find at http://www.impact10.es/contacto-contact/ put "update data" in the subject line of the message.
The data you provide will only be used only to keep you informed about IMPACT 10 and will not be shared with third parties.

You can also follow the conference organisers on twitter @Impact10tweets


Conference Paper July 2017

Printing for Fabrication Conference


CFPR's 3D Printing Senior Research Fellow David Huson will give a paper on print-based fabrication, functional materials and applications at the Printing for Fabrication Conference - the 32nd International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies - taking place at the University of Manchester from the 12-16 September. David will present on '3D Printed Ceramics: Current Challenges and future Potential - co authored with Katie Vaughan

Read more at www.imaging.org/site/IST/Conferences



08/2016
event august 2016

Make: Shift: Do 2016



The Centre for Fine Print Research are very pleased to be a partner in the Crafts Council’s Make:Shift:Do 2016 a festival celebrating digital innovation in craft, along with the V&A, the Institute of Making, Ultimaker GB, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee, Fab Lab Nerve Centre and the Royal Academy.



06/2016
eventMay 2016

Reviving Red Calico


Alison Howell, CFPR's KTP Associate with Burleigh Pottery, gave a poster at the KTP Associates Conference 2016 hosted by Coventry University in May.

She presented a beautiful and informative poster on the work she has been undertaking laying the foundations for the introduction of digital print technologies to Burleigh’s traditional underglaze tissue printing process.

The annual KTP Associates Conference celebrates the benefits and successes of the collaborative work between companies and academic institutions through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships.


announcement May 2016

Laser Studio Closure

Due to space constraints and the current funding environment we have had to take the very tough decision to close our Laser Cutting Bureau.
.It has been a wonderful experience for us to work with over 3000 artists, designers, makers and industrial companies since 2006 training and helping them prototype, test and take products to market via laser cutting.

A huge thankyou to Claire Phipps, Tom Sowden, Sarah Barnes and Tina Selby without whom we would not have been able to run the bureau.

We still want to hear from you if you are interested in investing in contract or collaborative research with us in our key areas of 3D and 2.5D print and fabrication, colour, wide-format print and artists’ publishing – email us CFPRinfo@uwe.ac.uk

UWE students in the School of Art and Design can still access the departmental laser cutting facilities through the technical facilities

If you are still interested in finding a laser cutting bureau in the Bristol area please try Bristol Design Forge or KWMC The Factory.



06/2016
event 4-8 June 2016

Degree show at Bower Ashton


Discover new artists, designers and media practitioners at UWE Bristol’s annual degree show for the creative industries. The degree show is a real highlight of the year, showcasing the outstanding work of more than 500 new graduates from Art, Design, Film and Journalism programmes.

Dates /2013 | Read more HERE



event august 2018






IMPACT 10 Will take place in Spain - Autumn 2018


Please make a note in your diary for Autumn 2018 (dates to be confirmed) - IMPACT 10 will be going to Spain!

The Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England Bristol, are delighted to be working with and supporting SM Pro Art in the organisation of IMPACT 10 in Spain 2018.

Over the last 16 years, IMPACT has evolved as Europe’s leading academic discourse on printmaking. Printmaking is now integral to the wider academic debate, through practice, theory, visual culture, and is studied across a range of programmes, from undergraduate to PhD.

Spain has a rich cultural printmaking heritage as well as a thriving contemporary printmaking culture. We therefore want to ensure IMPACT 10 will be a visual and dynamic event that includes exhibitions and plenty of opportunities for networking.

The aim of our next IMPACT is to establish better links with Spanish printmakers both in Europe and across South and North America. And in order to do this, we will be introducing bi-lingual presentations in Spanish and English.

The theme of the event will be ENCUENTRO (ENCOUNTER)

- An ENCUENTRO with Spanish printmaking, its history, iconography and identity

- An ENCUENTRO with the future of the printmaking, new directions, identity and diversity

- An ENCUENTRO of languages and cultures

- An ENCUENTRO of styles and techniques

- And… an ENCUENTRO with the city where Impact will take place

In the summer we will announce more details about IMPACT 10 in Spain through our website UWE Impact

(http://www.uwe.ac.uk/sca/research/cfpr/dissemination/conferences/impact.html)

or www.impact10.es


event UWE Bristol, F Block Gallery, Bower Ashton Campus, Kennel Lodge Road, Bristol. BS3 2JT

“Dermis”

An exhibition articulating the textures and character of age and skin through nineteenth century photographic print processes.

Dates: Wednesday 4th – Friday 13th May 2016

“Dermis” presents a selection of works prepared by Centre for Fine Print Research student Peter Moseley as part of his practice-based PhD project.

The exhibition reflects upon the resonance of skin, making the physicality of older people more accessible, their variety more curious, their experience more evident, their skin and bodies sources of phenomenological enquiry and sensuous interest. It presents, through the imprinted imago of presence, the opportunity to gaze, even to stare – objectively, voyeuristically, elegiacally, scopophiliacally, wonderingly or pityingly – and to engage, albeit briefly, with another’s and hence one’s own condition.

The images are realised through nineteenth-century photographic processes, including photogravure, platinum, cyanotype and carbon-transfer contact-printing techniques. The materiality and tactility of the prints complement the skin textures and ‘presence’ of the subjects.

Early photographic processes offer many opportunities for creativity and interpretative reading. Each process characteristically facilitates or inhibits possibilities for surface texture and relief, image density, tonal range, colour and brightness; they have, in short, their specific feel when performed as works on paper. The prints aim to depict the humanity and scale of presence of subjects who, with dignity, offer intimate and voyeuristic access to their embodied selves. The works seek to heighten the haptic of surface, texture and dimensionality, to provide space for narrative awareness of the presence of older subjects, complementing their explicit complicity and gift of accessibility.

publication March 2016

Richard Hamilton’s Typo-Topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass Revisited

The Journal article in the March 2016 edition of Print Quarterly Revisiting Richard Hamilton’s Typo-Topography of Marcel Duchamp’s Large Glass -- extends a case study by Dr Paul Laidler in his PhD thesis and comments upon the contribution of the University as a collaborator and publisher of fine art prints.

The production of fine art prints has a longstanding relationship with the collaborative print studio, where artists work together with master printers to realize and produce printed artworks.

The collaboration between artist and print studio has predominantly been one of facilitation, where the artist is able to access specialist equipment and technical expertise with the tools, materials and operations of a particular print studio. What this involves and what the relationships are has varied between print studios and even between the master printers of a studio. This article will discuss the production of an inkjet printed edition with the artists Richard Hamilton using the collaborative print studio model within a University setting.

The full text version of the article can be purchased via the Print Quarterly Website


event3-6 February 2016

Human Automation & the Post-Digital Print


Dr Paul Laidler will present the paper Human Automation & the Post-Digital Print as part of the Aesthetics of Displacement: The Graphic Evidence panel session at College Art Association¹s (CAA) 10th Annual Conference in Washington, DC to be held 3-6 February 2016.

The CAA is an annual gathering of more than 4,000 artists, art historians, museum directors and curators, arts administrators, scholars, and educators who come together for in-depth discussion of issues in the arts today.http://conference.collegeart.org/


announcement02/2016

Funding Announcement 2016

Applicants wishing to study for a PhD with the CFPR can apply for a full AHRC studentship (annual maintenance award & fees) through the 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Training - a partnership between UWE, Plymouth & Falmouth Universities. 3D3 trains researchers to meet the creative and design opportunities of the future, exploring the possibilities and challenges presented by rapidly evolving technologies, including the interface between digital processes and traditional methods. It offers a unique opportunity for creative scholar-practitioners working at the forefront of a rapidly expanding research landscape.  

PhD studentships comprise tuition fees (£3,900PA at 2013/14 rates) and a maintenance award (£13,726PA at 2013/14 rates) tenable for a minimum of 3 academic years.  Part-time studentships comprise tuition fees & pro-rata maintenance award.  

The next deadline for expressions of interest for 3D3 PhD studentships is 8 January and deadline for full applications is 29 February 2016.

event December 2015 - 13 March 2016

Just Press Print


Maryland Institute College of Art, Fox Building: Meyerhoff Gallery, 1301 W. Mount Royal Ave,  Baltimore, MD 21217-4134 USA
https://www.mica.edu/News/MICAs_Fall-Winter_Events_and_Exhibitions.html
 
Curated by Dr Paul Laidler, the exhibition Just Press Print derives from his research at the Centre for Fine Print Research. The title was chosen to highlight the often overlooked, significant elements for the creation of digital print. The exhibition will also touch upon the evolving nature of digital technology and its potential influence upon established definitions and practices within the field of printmaking. 
07/2015
event 24 november 2015 -1st January 2016

Come and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of UWE’s annual Miniature Print Exhibition!


The 30th annual exhibition of 30 new miniature prints for 2015, is at Arnolfini shop from 24th November 2015 – 1st January 2016.

Please come along to the Private View on Thursday 3rd December from 5-7pm (Arnolfini bar is open until 10pm). Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA, UK. www.arnolfini.org.uk

An exhibition of 300 miniature prints spanning 30 years is at the Museum Twentse Welle shop from 13th November 2015 – 1st January 2016. Buy Prints Online from previous years

Museum TwentseWelle, Het Rozendaal 11, 7523 XG Enschede, The Netherlands. www.twentsewelle.nl

With many thanks to:
AKI ArtEZ Institute of the Arts
Arnolfini
John Purcell Paper (Sponsor)
Museum TwentseWelle, Enschede
SNAP 2015 International Printmaking Symposium
UWE, Bristol



event Dates: 2 September 2015

Peter McCallion Demonstrates Woodbury Wisdom


Peter McCallion is completing his PhD documenting how he has reprised the Woodbury Type process at the University of the West of England’ s Centre for Fine Print Research. Peter will explain the process’s history and his research. He will demonstrate the final stage in the Woodbury type process: the printing/pressing of an actual Woodburytype. This is a very rare opportunity to see a demonstration of this process.
The associated blueprint-II exhibition includes a modern carbon print comparison with an 1870s vintage Woodburytype print.
VENUE
Trongate 103 – Glasgow Print Studio
103 Trongate
Glasgow
G1 5HD

Part of the ACTINIC Festival presented byAlternativePhotographyScotland
Dates /2013 | Read more: peters blog: Print Peter



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