Friday, August 3, 2018
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Carolina Otero, Soledad and Wendy Samet
|Soledad and Nayeon with exposure unit|
Wendy Samet, NaYeon Kim, Mariska Rivera
|Randi and Soledad|
Soledad viewing Toña Vegas print with Randi Reiss McCormack
|NaYeon intern from MICA helping in the Mini Residency|
Soledad Salame, Toña Vegas, Randi Reiss McCormack, Carolina Otero
All Images in this post by Carolina Otero.
Monday, June 12, 2017
Please join us in our summer workshops in June and July at Sol Print Studio.
We are going to have two days to make transparencies and new plates for anybody who wants to start a new body of work.
Here is our schedule:
(Maximum of 3 artists for each session)
June, 22-23 | for artists who are making transparencies and new plates
June, 24-25 | anyone who wants to finish their previous prints
(Maximum of 3 artists for each session)
July, 13-14 | for anyone who started new plates in June to complete their portfolio
July, 15-16 | continue finishing/advancing all prints
Hours: 10AM – 4PM, Cost: $250 per day
To sign up, contact us:
Phone: 443 414 6542
Phone: 443 604 8236
Photo credit: Gloria Askin, 2017
Friday, May 26, 2017
Online Pre Registration – 31st May 2017
Print submission – 15th August 2017 (India)
'International Print Exchange Programme (IPEP), India is an initiative founded in 2013 as a platform for international printmakers for exchanging thoughts and techniques dedicated to the "artist printmakers" worldwide as a non profit initiative. IPEP enables printmakers to share their work with other printmakers and thus get a chance to have multiple exhibitions worldwide and a collection of prints from all over the world. The sole purpose of IPEP is that of sharing print and creating a network of connections with printmakers from around the world and creating an awareness of printmaking as a form of Art by creating more viewership.
From last four years we are inviting artist printmakers to contribute their work on non profit basis for IPEP and resend them a portfolio with the works of other participants. Each artist then exhibits the portfolio in their respective country and creates discussion around it as well as share the documentation with everyone through various modes of communication. However it is mandatory for each participating artist to exhibit within their own capacity. Each year art-writers are invited to analyse, document and critique the set of works and to provide a context to the process, which includes in our catelogues This year we have invited Mithu Joardar (India) and Robin Lasser (USA) as the art-writers.
For 2017, we address ‘Homeland’, an idea that evokes a feeling of belonging and aiming at an emotional appeal that crosses the ethnic borders and hierarchy of societies. The concept of space that we call as home, bonds with the root that has a collective identity. It shapes our culture strongly yet so subconsciously that we sense the pull of the bond only when distance is created. The emotional connect with the personal to global context will be the key to the endeavour. The artists would be responding to the idea through their individual perspectives to surface varied viewpoints. The topics are chosen to make a universal appeal to the people to connect from all walks of life and link aesthetics with the issues of living. IPEP has organised four programmes in past four years and more than 35 exhibitions worldwide and continues to do so. Chatterjee&Lal gallery and Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai has generously supported the Indian chapters. IPEP would be glad to receive your participation and support for the programme
For more information and Registration please visit
Website : www.ipepindia.com
FB Group :https://www.facebook.com/grou
Friday, March 10, 2017
Hope everyone is having a relaxing and productive weekend! We'd like to update a current event that's going on and invite you all to come support our works at "Sol Print Studio Artists." The exhibition is on view now at the Tuttle Gallery, McDongh School. The exhibition is up and running until March 24. Thank you.