Do you want to see your work exhibited at the Bankside Gallery this Autumn?
Well, now is the time to get your prints submitted to the National Original Print Exhibition 2016. The deadline is 21st June 2016, so you have just over a month to get your work submitted!
About the National Original Print Exhibition
The National Original Print Exhibition, established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), is an international open submission exhibition celebrating the best of contemporary printmaking. As an art organisation run by artists, the RE is constantly working to create long-term opportunities for artists and promote printmaking to a wider audience.
Selected works will be exhibited from Wednesday 21 September – Sunday 2 October 2016 at Bankside Gallery, situated next to Tate Modern. This is a fantastic space, home to many printmaking exhibitions throughout the year.
All forms of original printmaking are eligible for entry to the exhibition including linocut, woodcut, wood engraving, screenprinting, monoprint and collograph.
There are several prizes up for grabs as well if your work is displayed and judges include: Mychael Barratt (President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers), Julia Beaumont-Jones (Print Historian & Author), Bruce McLean (Artist), Trevor Price (Vice President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers) and Mike Taylor (Director of Paupers Press).
To Submit Your Original Prints
Visit the submission page of the National Original Print Exhibition website:
Then just follow the instructions on the submission form. Entry costs £12 per submission. Entry deadline is 21st June 2016 and successful entries will be notified by Tuesday 19th July 2016.
Full details of the guidelines for submission can be found here: http://nationalprint.org/guidelines