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Call for Dolphin Press Interns!

Call for Entries,Dolphin Press and Print,Internships — Tags: , — printmaking @ 9:20 am, Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Dolphin Press & Print is a unique collaborative print studio that is designed to bring visual artists and writers together to work with students, producing limited-edition letterpressed books, broadsides and editioned prints in a variety of print media.

The Dolphin Press Internship Program provides MICA students with curricula-based professional development skills and allows students to interact with one another and with the Visiting Artist Programming connected with the press.

Working collaboratively with peers and seasoned professional printers, solving complex problems and administering business and marketing duties at the press are the primary focus of this internship.

The internship program is administered by Co Directors Whitney Sherman, Chair of the Illustration Department and Gail Deery, Chair of the Printmaking Department at MICA.

The Dolphin Press & Print website can be visited at http://www.dolphinpressandprint.com/

Interns will report weekly to the Dolphin Press Coordinator and the Paper Studio Coordinator.

Applications are now being accepted for the Fall 2009 Semester. Four positions are available. Each student will receive three credits and is expected to work 8 hours per week.

Application Procedure:

Applicants will electronically submit their completed applications with a cover letter, resume and class schedule by 5:00pm on Monday, September 14, 2009 to printmaking@mica.edu. Applicants may then be interviewed.

You can download the application here.



National Juried Exhibit of Artists’ Books

Call for Entries — printmaking @ 9:22 am, Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

The Olde Towne Arts Center (OTAC) in Slidell, Louisiana presents a call for entries for TOPOPHILIA (love of place), a national juried exhibit of Artists’ Books. Open to artists living or working within the USA. Submissions must be one-of-a-kind or a limited edition based on the exhibition theme. It may be an artists’ book structure, fine press work, fine binding, sculptural book, or a book object. All accepted work must be prepared for installation. This exhibit is about places that are near to our heart – rural or urban, public or private, internal or external, microscopic or macroscopic, singular or plural, real or imaginary, past or present. The exhibit is open to all interpretations on the theme. The juror and curator is Natasha Lovelace Habers, Assistant Professor of Art, at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. Entries must be postmarked by January 31, 2009, for March 13 – April 13, 2009 exhibition period. The entry fee is $25 for up to 3 entries, which may be submitted on CD or in slide format. For prospectus and entry form, please email:Charlotte@OTACenter.com or call OTAC at 985-649-0555.



Charles Ritchie, Monday at noon, BBOX

Call for Entries,Lectures — printmaking @ 11:21 am, Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Monday, November 10, noon
BBOX, The Gateway, 1601 Mount Royal Avenue

Since 1977, Charles Ritchie has recorded images and notes in a series of sketchbook/journals that now number 131 books. These volumes have become both settings for intimate watercolor studies improvised from subjects in and around his home, and dream repositories written in a pen and ink note hand that only the artist can fully decipher. The sketches and texts inform a broad program of small-size drawings created serially and independent of the books. In addition, Ritchie’s drawings and journals are the sources for his intaglio prints that engage the techniques and materials of printmaking to reinvent his images. The artist’s lecture at MICA will be based loosely around 30 years of work seen concurrently in his solo exhibition, From the Inside Looking Out, which will be on view at Gallery Joe in Philadelphia from November 1 through December 20. 

In honor of his visit we are having a 2-hour show of student sketchbooks.
Bring your sketchbooks/journals directly to the talk at the BBOX. We will have tables set up in the BBOX for the books. It’s a great chance to see the variety of journals students keep. After Charles Ritchie speaks about his own work – there will be a discussion surrounding the student books.



Student Space Gallery Application for Spring 09

Call for Entries,Campus,Exhibitions,Uncategorized — KVH @ 12:13 pm, Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Yeah, you read that right, Spring of 2009, we’re already talking about it. 

Below is the application form for the Student Space Gallery for Spring 2009, download, fill-out, and turn it in!

Spring 2009 Student Space Application



Pressing South

Call for Entries,Exhibitions — printmaking @ 12:14 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2008

PRESSING SOUTH is an upcoming exhibition of letterpress printing from the southeastern United States. The exhibit, co-sponsored by UNC Wilmington’s Department of Art & Art History and the UNCW Publishing Lab, is an excellent opportunity for all practicing letterpress artists in this region to showcase their work. Find out more here or download the application.



The Print Center 83rd Annual International Competition

Call for Entries — printmaking @ 8:59 am, Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

The Print Center is a nonprofit gallery whose mission is to support printmaking and photography as vital contemporary arts and encourage the appreciation of the printed image in all its forms. 

83rd Annual International Competition: Printmaking
Postmarked Deadline: November 14, 2008
Jurors: 
Shelly Bancroft and Peter Nesbett
Publishers of 
Art on Paper magazine and founders of Triple Candie

The competition is open to all artists. All forms and variations of printmaking are acceptable including digital art, mixed-media and artists’ books.

Download application  .



College Book Art Association: Bi-annual Conference and Student Awards

Call for Entries,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 8:50 am, Monday, September 22nd, 2008

The College Book Art Association supports and promotes academic book art education by fostering the development of its practice, teaching, scholarship, and criticism. As part of this mission, the CBAA is offering awards for two outstanding student books. The finalists’ entries will be judged and, as space permits, exhibited at the CBAA bi-annual conference, January 10–11, 2009 at the Center for the Book at the University of Iowa. Download application here.

The first biennial conference of the College Book Art Association seeks to bridge the worlds of book art, book history, cultural criticism, and curatorial work through appreciation of the book as an aesthetic sensorium. Scholarship, artistic practice, and the digital age have evoked for us the multimedia nature of the book experience. At a time when the book arts have never been more vital, ART, FACT, AND ARTIFACT builds from these energies and will offer presentations, papers, studio demonstrations, and exhibits from artists and scholars interested in the future, present, and past of the book as an expressive form. More information here.



The Generic Zine Exchange

Call for Entries — printmaking @ 8:40 am, Monday, September 22nd, 2008

This an open call to participate in the generic ZINE exchange. More information here. .



2008 Maryland Printmaker’s Student Folio

Call for Entries — printmaking @ 3:58 pm, Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

Maryland Printmakers is proud to present a new initiative open to all student printmakers. Serious printmakers are invited to participate in the Maryland Printmakers Student Folio Exchange.  The theme of the 2008 Folio, “OLD AND NEW” is open to your creative interpretations.  MICA, Towson University, Montgomery County Community College are just a few of Maryland’s colleges and universities invited to participate in this event. Typically They have had an annual folio exchange availble to dues-paying members of Maryland Printmakers. They are looking for fresh ideas within Maryland Printmakers and have chosen to sponsor a Student Folio Exchange for 2008. Download application



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