Category Archives: congratulations

2020 Agassi Prize awarded to Olivia Pratt

Congratulations to MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking student Olivia Pratt who has been awarded the 2020 Agassi Prize by the Centre for Fine Print Research for her publication: From a Distance Most Things Look Beautiful Olivia’s words: Although the aesthetic and subject

2020 Agassi Prize awarded to Olivia Pratt

Congratulations to MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking student Olivia Pratt who has been awarded the 2020 Agassi Prize by the Centre for Fine Print Research for her publication: From a Distance Most Things Look Beautiful Olivia’s words: Although the aesthetic and subject

Congratulations to Emma Brown

Congratulations to second year MA Multi-disciplinary Printmaking student Emma Brown who has been successful in her application for a UWE Enterprise Summer Impact & Innovation Scholarship 2020. Emma will receive £1000 and mentoring over the summer. Her project Who’s Caring

Congratulations to Emma Brown

Congratulations to second year MA Multi-disciplinary Printmaking student Emma Brown who has been successful in her application for a UWE Enterprise Summer Impact & Innovation Scholarship 2020. Emma will receive £1000 and mentoring over the summer. Her project Who’s Caring

Dorcas Casey in Women Making History publication

MAMDP alumna Dorcas Casey will feature in a new publication Women Making History published this autumn by Profile Editions, featuring the banners she created for Processions. Women Making History PROCESSIONS THE BANNERS An illustrated companion to the banners produced for

Dorcas Casey in Women Making History publication

MAMDP alumna Dorcas Casey will feature in a new publication Women Making History published this autumn by Profile Editions, featuring the banners she created for Processions. Women Making History PROCESSIONS THE BANNERS An illustrated companion to the banners produced for

Ben Jenner: In Conversation – exhibition

Ben Jenner’s work is greatly inspired by asemic writing, which in itself is rooted in abstract expressionism. Asemic writing is defined as being a body of calligraphic marks that contain no semantic content, they resemble the written word but are

Ben Jenner: In Conversation – exhibition

Ben Jenner’s work is greatly inspired by asemic writing, which in itself is rooted in abstract expressionism. Asemic writing is defined as being a body of calligraphic marks that contain no semantic content, they resemble the written word but are

Caroline Case and Niamh Fahy write for the new issue of The California Printmaker

Caroline Case and Niamh Fahy have each published articles about their practice in the new issue of The California Printmaker (2020), The Journal of the California Society of Printmakers. Caroline’s article explores The Unfolding Narrative. Niamh’s article Immediately Intimate discusses

Caroline Case and Niamh Fahy write for the new issue of The California Printmaker

Caroline Case and Niamh Fahy have each published articles about their practice in the new issue of The California Printmaker (2020), The Journal of the California Society of Printmakers. Caroline’s article explores The Unfolding Narrative. Niamh’s article Immediately Intimate discusses

Niamh Fahy awarded ‘(De) construction of History’ artist residency in Luxembourg

Congratulations to Niamh Fahy who has been awarded the Artist Development programme  by the European Investment Bank under the theme (De) construction of History. The Artists Development Programme (ADP) is a residency and mentorship programme in Luxembourg organised by the

Niamh Fahy awarded ‘(De) construction of History’ artist residency in Luxembourg

Congratulations to Niamh Fahy who has been awarded the Artist Development programme  by the European Investment Bank under the theme (De) construction of History. The Artists Development Programme (ADP) is a residency and mentorship programme in Luxembourg organised by the

Kate Bernstein – Measuring the Heavens

Some heavenly news from Kate Bernstein: Invited by Creativity and Curiosity and the Royal Astronomical Society library to research and collaborate in book arts. My final work Measuring the Heavens,  created in collaboration with Dr Sian Prosser, librarian and archivist,

Kate Bernstein – Measuring the Heavens

Some heavenly news from Kate Bernstein: Invited by Creativity and Curiosity and the Royal Astronomical Society library to research and collaborate in book arts. My final work Measuring the Heavens,  created in collaboration with Dr Sian Prosser, librarian and archivist,

Sarah Bradicich and Linda Parr selected to participate in the New Modernist Editing NLS/SNGMA workshop, Glasgow

Sarah Bradicich (Level 2) and Linda Parr (alumna) have both been selected to participate in the New Modernist Editing programme NLS/SNGMA workshop,7th February 2020 in Glasgow. By: My Bookcase Venue: Archives of the National Library of Scotland (NLS) and the

Sarah Bradicich and Linda Parr selected to participate in the New Modernist Editing NLS/SNGMA workshop, Glasgow

Sarah Bradicich (Level 2) and Linda Parr (alumna) have both been selected to participate in the New Modernist Editing programme NLS/SNGMA workshop,7th February 2020 in Glasgow. By: My Bookcase Venue: Archives of the National Library of Scotland (NLS) and the

Jennifer Gathercole selected for – First International Biennial of Engraving and Printed Art, Córdoba, Argentina

Jennifer Gathercole (level 3) has had two pieces accepted for the First International Biennial of miniprint Engraving and Printed Art, organised by the Faculty of Arts, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. The works in the show are on the theme

Jennifer Gathercole selected for – First International Biennial of Engraving and Printed Art, Córdoba, Argentina

Jennifer Gathercole (level 3) has had two pieces accepted for the First International Biennial of miniprint Engraving and Printed Art, organised by the Faculty of Arts, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. The works in the show are on the theme

Ros Ford: A decade of drawing and print – Bristol, Venice and further horizons – solo show at RWA, Bristol

A free exhibition at the RWA gallery, featuring prints and drawings by Academician Vice President Ros Ford MAMDP alumna Ros Ford VPRWA RE exhibits a range of her work from monumental prints depicting overlooked landscapes and structures to smaller scale

Ros Ford: A decade of drawing and print – Bristol, Venice and further horizons – solo show at RWA, Bristol

A free exhibition at the RWA gallery, featuring prints and drawings by Academician Vice President Ros Ford MAMDP alumna Ros Ford VPRWA RE exhibits a range of her work from monumental prints depicting overlooked landscapes and structures to smaller scale