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The Print Effect: Small Works /Big Impact!

MGC is thrilled to announce a national juried small works exhibition, The Print Effect. This exhibition is open to US residents working in all forms of original fine art printmaking.

Lothar Osterburg, has been an active artist and master printer for the past 30 years. He received a Guggenheim Creative Arts Fellowship (2010) and teaches at Bard College. Osterburg work is included in many public collections including Art Institute of Chicago, Fine Art Museum Houston and Library of Congress.

Enter online - all images must be recieved no later than 12am on August 15, 2018. Include a valid email address and contact information.

Image format: JPEG

Pixel Size: 1024 (longest dimension)

File Resolution: 72 dpi

Max File Size: 100 MB

Open Entry: April 1 – August 15
Deadline: August 15
.Jury Notification: September 1
Accepted prints must be received by: October 15
Exhibition Dates: November 1 – 30
Return of un-sold work: December 2018 - January 2019
Payments to Artists: February 2019

Open to all forms of fine art printmaking including: Intaglio, Silkscreen, Relief, Monotype, Lithography, Collograph, and Mixed Media. Prints must be hand-pulled. No photographs or digital prints, offset reproductions, or reproductions of artwork originally produced in another medium will not be considered. Open to US residents over the age of 18 only.​

$35 – enter up to 3 images

Paper Size: No larger than 11” x 15”. Any image that fits on 11" x15” or smaller paper is eligible.

All artwork is to be signed.

All artwork should be an accurate representation of the image submitted.

All artwork must be for sale.

A 40% commission will go to Manhattan Graphic Center, a non-profit organization. Artists will retain 60%.

Every precaution will be taken to handle all prints accepted to The Print Effect 2018. MGC will hang prints with a magnet system and no frames – please consider mounting delicate prints to a sturdy paper.

By filing out the entry form, the artist agrees to the conditions set forth in the prospectus, including; permission to use images of exhibited work online for promotional and educational purposes.

Artists will be notified via email of acceptance to the exhibition by September 1, 2018. Please make sure you list a valid email address. Only accepted prints should be mailed to MGC.

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