The 4th Annual ON PAPER International Printmaking Contest 2018

Website: http://www.onpapercontest.com

ON PAPER presents its annual printmaking contest to promote the art of printmaking and the connection between printmakers around the world. Artists can submit one piece of work on a paper size of 300mm x 400mm, the work must have been made using any traditional printmaking techniques. The On Paper Award first prize is 1000€. The second prize, 300€, will be for the print with the most creative printing process. The Awagami Factory sponsors The Awagami Paper Award – 100 sheets of Awagami editioning paper worth 500€. The shortlisted artists for the On PAPER Award 2018 will be exhibited in the Spike Print Studio at Spike Island, Bristol (UK) in summer 2018. There is a submission fee of  26€.

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