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UWE's 26th Annual Miniature Print Exhibition

Wednesday 7th December 2011 9am - Tuesday 28th February 2012 8pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Exhibition

Staff and students from the University of the West of England, will be displaying prints at the 26th Annual Miniature Print exhibition at Foyles Bookshop in Bristol, from 3 December through to February 2012.

UWE's Centre for Fine Print Research work with staff and students from the School of Art and Design each year, to produce an annual show of limited edition miniature prints. The project is designed as a print exchange between artists and is sponsored by John Purcell Paper, who supply the paper stock.

The exhibition showcases traditional and new print techniques employed at the CFPR and by Printmaking MA students, including screen-printing, etching and letterpress, laser cutting and engraving and digital print onto paper, vinyl, and metal.

Prints from the 2011 exhibition are available to buy from Foyles for the duration of the exhibition for £18 each (unframed) or £30 if you buy a frame to go with it. The format for the prints is the same every year - with a set paper size (20 x 25 cm) and a maximum image size of 3 inches by 4 inches. The artists are free to decide on the subject and medium of their individual print, which is produced in a limited edition of 60.

 

Venue: Upstairs at Foyles Cabot Circus

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