Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale
Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale is now open every day, from 10:30am to 5:00pm, until Wednesday 28th.
The goal is to promote and further a knowledge and understanding of printmaking and its technical variables and complexities to a wider audience. This will be achieved through exhibitions, demonstrations, and talks on printmaking.
Printmakers who specialise in hand-pulled original prints working within a 35 mile radius of Cambridge UK (from the marketplace) will be exhibiting bi-annually.
The selected Printmakers chosen to exhibit at the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale exhibition 2016 can be found here.
The exhibition will take place at the wonderful historic Pitt Building, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RP, situated on the corner of Silver Street, opposite the famous Fitzbillies café. This will start on Thursday 22 September and will run until Wednesday 28 September 2016. Doors open at 10.30am each day and close at 5pm. On Wednesday 28th September we will be closing the doors at 4pm.
At the 2016 exhibition there will also be talks and demonstrations taking place. Our keynote speakers are Angie Lewin, Emma Mason Prints, Neil Bousfield, Julia McKenzie, Véronique Chance and Dale Devereux Barker.
Printmaking is an exciting art form and Cambridge is lucky to house three internationally acclaimed Print Houses within the city. St Barnabas Press, Kip Gresham and The Print Studio and The Curwen Print Study Centre along with the MA Printmaking students from Anglia Ruskin University will also be exhibiting.
For more information please contact email@example.com
The archive of previous Cambridge Original Printmakers Exhibitions can be found here.