4th NEW YORK
International Miniature Print Exhibition
November 1- 26, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2
WHAT TO DO IF YOU'RE ACCEPTED
Drop off in person or Mail your work to:
Manhattan Graphics Center
Attn: 4th NYIMPE
250 West 40th St., 5th Floor
New York, NY 10018
Mail work flat and unframed.
You may include up to 3 extra prints of the same edition for sale purposes. If your print is a monoprint/monotype or variable edition, it is okay to send similar prints for sale.
Clearly label the back of your print - you can write with pencil directly on the back or attach a separate piece of paper with your name, title, process, and price.
Deadline to receive work: October 1, 2019
If shipping within the United States, please include return shipping label.
Shipping: Please try to use rigid envelopes that are no larger than 11 x 14. If using a non-rigid envelop do not use corrugated cardboard as it can still bend and crease your prints - use a piece of mat or chip board. The smaller you can keep your packaging the easier it is for us to store.
The Manhattan Graphics Center (MGC) announces its 4th juried competition and exhibition devoted to miniature prints. The 4th New York International Miniature Print Exhibition (NYIMPE) will take place from November 1-November 30, 2019 with an opening reception on November 2, 2019.
Entry deadline: Monday | July 22, 2019 ENTRIES CLOSED
Jury notification: Monday | August 5, 2019
Deadline for accepted prints: Tuesday | October 1, 2019
Exhibition dates: November 1-November 30, 2019
Opening reception: Saturday | November 2, 2019
Return of unsold work: December - January 2020
Sarah Kirk Hanley is an independent expert and critic in contemporary fine prints, multiples and artists’ books. She is a contributor to the journal Art in Print and a consulting expert appraiser and advisor for 1sdibs.com and Art Peritus, New York. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, ArtTable and the Association of Print Scholars.
Hanley holds an MA in Museum Education from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, and a BFA in Printmaking and Fine Art from the University of Iowa, magna cum laude. Hanley also pursued minor postgraduate courses in hand papermaking and book arts at UArts and the University of Iowa Center for the Book, volunteering at its Oakdale papermaking facility. She has held positions at New York University, Christie’s, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and the Lower East Side Printshop.
1st Place: $500 Sponsored by a friend of MGC
2nd Place: $300 Sponsored by longtime member and instructor, Robin Dintiman
3rd Place: $200 Sponsored by board member, Katherine Hanson
*All funds will be paid in US dollars.
Awagami Paper Award – various printmaking papers worth $200
DaVinci Artist Supply Award – Merchandise Basket
Renaissance Graphic Arts – Gift Certificate
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