Exhibition Proposal and Gallery Hire Application Form
Images, Artist Statement and CV Submission - if no website is available
If images of Artwork by contributing artists are not available on websites - Please send 5 (minimum) high quality jpeg images of artwork, a current CV and an artist statement to the Gallery Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new developing program works on three levels.
1 Members Exhibitions - Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery have a commitment to produce a minimum of two exhibitions a year: 1. The Annual Members Exhibition is called Impressions # began with First Impressions in 2005 and in 2018, will be Impressions 12. 2. A second usually themed exhibition or often a collaborative project with another printmaking group, regionally, nationally or internationally. Some of these past Impress Exhibitions can be seen at Exhibitions Past
2 Individual and Group Exhibitions - Individual and groups of members will hire the gallery from 1 to 4 weeks to exhibit their work. Individuals will invite friends and people from various connections to join them in their exhibition. Individuals wishing to exhibit in the gallery can take out a membership, available through the website. Application and Hire Agreement forms can be found in the drop down list.
3 Exhibitions of Artists Collections - Artists are often avid collectors of other artist's work. The gallery coordinator works with members who are collectors to present a group of works from their collections in a series of exhibitions entitled - Temporary Custodians These exhibitions provide an opportunity for the community to see works often not normally available and to see the artist from the point of view of their collection and how they approach collecting. Any member can approach the Gallery Coordinator to discuss exhibiting works from their collection.
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Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery Brisbane Australia is a not-for-profit open access community print making Studio and Gallery managed and supported by fine artist volunteers through a program of membership contributions, donations and fundraising