2018 National Small works Competition & Exhibition

2018 National Small works Competition & Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, June 7, 2018

Artists are encouraged to submit entries to the 2018 National Small Works Competition and Exhibition. The show will be held at Washington Printmakers Gallery, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC from August 2 -26.

Eligibility: Hand-pulled prints, screen prints, digital prints, photographs, and three-dimensional work – including artist books – with print components, completed within the past two years. Image may be no larger than 100 square inches, with framed size of 256 square inches or less. 3D works are limited to 250 cubic inches. Open to artists 18 years and older.

Entry Fee: $35 for up to four entries.

Juror: Susan Goldman, master printmaker, film maker, and founding director of Lily
Press LLC, a printmaking and education center in Rockville MD.

Entry Deadline: June 7, 2018

Exhibition: August 1 – 26, 2018

Prizes: Grand Prize is a 2019 Solo Exhibition at Washington Printmakers Gallery. Other prizes include art materials, gift certificates, and a $250 Juror’s Award for Best Screen Print.

Entry link and prospectus here: http://washingtonprintmakers.com/2018-national-small-works-competition-and-exhibition/

Questions: washington.print1@gmail.com.

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