“The Fine Print”,
small prints by members of the Nova Scotia Printmakers
conditions do apply
Visual Arts Nova Scotia Corridor Gallery, Halifax, NS, May 2017
Members of the Nova Scotia Printmakers are invited to submit small works on paper for an exhibition, “The Fine Print”, at the Visual Arts Nova Scotia Corridor Gallery, on display in May of 2017. If you are not a current member you can join or renew. Please read the following information carefully.
– Deadline to fill out online submission form, April 15th, 2017
– Deadline for drop-off of prints (locations to TBA), April 22nd, 2017
– Deadline for receipt of $5 entry fee, April 22nd, 2017
– Hanging of exhibition, May 1st, 2017
– Exhibition runs, May 2nd to May 30th, 2017
– Dismantling of exhibition, May 31st, 2017
– Pickup of works, TBA, depending on location
An entry fee of $5 per artist can be submitted via PayPal or by dropping off cash or a cheque along with your print submission by April 22nd, 2017.
– Maximum paper size 7.5″ x 5.5″, maximum image size 7.5″ x 5.5″. There is no minimum size!
– Unframed and unmatted
– All works must arrive flat, in packaging appropriate for storage and transport
– All letterpress, and fine art print mediums accepted, including woodcut, linocut, intaglio, lithography, silkscreeen, monotype, collagraph.
– While we encourage you to create new work for this show, we will be accepting older prints that have not been exhibited at a Nova Scotia Printmakers show in the past five years.
– We will be accepting a maximum of two prints per member.
SUBMISSIONS OF PRINTS
– Dropoff points will be available in Halifax, Wolfville, Annapolis Royal, and Mahone Bay. All works must be received no later than April 22nd, 2017
– If you require information about dropoff points prior to filling out the online submission form, please email Julie Rosvall, contact@
– If you plan to mail or courier your work it will need to arrive by Friday, April 21st, 2017, please be sure you’ve checked transit times before sending.
– All prints, mailed or dropped off, must be packaged appropriately for storage and transport
Volunteers always take great care when handling submission from our members, that being said, the NS Printmakers and its volunteers are not responsible for loss or damage to entries. Your submission of work is your acceptance of these conditions. We encourage you to package your work carefully for transport and storage.
INFORMATION AND CONTACTS
You can find out more about the Nova Scotia Printmakers by visiting www.nsprintmakers.ca. We can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for “nsprintmakers”, or you can follow the links from our website.
The Nova Scotia Printmakers promotes original prints regionally, nationally & internationally through workshops, demonstrations & exhibitions.