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A Bristol Baltimore Print Exchange

Image above: Jude Lau MAMDP

This April will see an international student print exchange exhibition between MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, USA) and UWE (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK). Fifteen students from each University were invited to produce a print edition that would examine how technology has expanded conceptual and procedural possibilities for making prints. The exchange exhibition has run in conjunction with the Just Press Print exhibition that has been on show at MICA from 11th Dec 2015 to the 13th March 2016.

The student exchange exhibition will be on show in the USA from 1st -13th April 2016 and will be hosted by Gallery CA in the city of Baltimore. The reciprocal exhibition in the UK will be exhibited at the University of the West of England in the Bower Ashton Campus, F- Block Gallery from the 4th – 8th April 2016 (P.V. Thursday 7th April). The exhibition will also be exhibited in the city of Bristol at Gallery Twenty Two from the 22nd – 29th April 2016 (P.V. Friday 22nd April).

The UK contribution to the group exhibition brings together UWE students studying at undergraduate and postgraduate level from three different Art and Design disciplines. Print processes include lithography, relief, screenprint, inkjet, digital embroidery and more novel additions to these processes such the integration of a Raspberry Pi LCD Screen (including speaker) mounted behind a screen printed image.
Participating students include:
BA Illustration: Olivia Beckett, Tom Handy, Jono Kamester, Steve McCarthy and Willem Purdy
BA Graphic Design: Jamie Burns, Ruth Irvine, Evangelina Papadopoulos, Eleanor Elliott-Rathbone and Matilda Scott.
MA Printmaking: Stuart Cannell, Nick Greenglass, Judy Lau, Jono Sandilands and Stephanie Turnbull
View all the works on Paul’s blog at:

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