We are very pleased to announce that The Smallprint Company will be a host venue for two of Format’s artists during their bi-annual event this March.
Running from March 24th – April 23rd 2017, see the work of Farhad Berahman and Miia Autio in situ.
Join us on Saturday 25th March for an Open Day, including Meet the Artist and letterpress demonstrations.
Workshops during the festival:
- Farhad Berahman will be running a couple of workshops from The Creative Space at The Smallprint Co. – more information coming soon.
- Beginners Bookbinding Workshop – April 8, 2-4.30pm (ONE place left)
- Photo Album Workshop – April 22, 2-5pm
To book a place on the bookbinding or photo album workshops email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Eventbrite (booking fees apply)
Opening hours at The Smallprint Company during Format Festival
Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm.
We have a call out for a new Mail Art project with a nice long deadline (so don’t panic!).
Based upon the new dictionary definition ‘post-truth’, we shall be exhibiting the results in our gallery space in October 2017.
The Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is a word or expression chosen to reflect the passing year in language.
Post-truth has been nominated as the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2016 and is an adjective defined as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief’.
Full details can be found here and we look forward to receiving your contributions!
The Smallprint Co. is pleased to bring Seventy Years by Anna Johnson (Printmaker) to The Gallery, kickstarting our exciting exhibitions programme for 2017.
The exhibition shows self portraits by Green Door Printmaking Studio‘s Creative Director, Anna, which have been created over the last 70 years at odd moments in time, in various media.
The images are all translated into etchings using alternative techniques on different metals. They reflect fleeting moments and moods, some from long ago. Included are notes and fragments of books being read at the time, just as they were in the original sketches.
Also included in the exhibition are a series of photopolymer etchings entitled ‘Parts of Me’ that were featured in Green Door Printmaking Studio’s recent collaborative exhibition, ‘Worn’ (The Old Station Gallery). This series of etchings emphasise the effects of passing time on the artist’s skin.
We’re looking forward to announcing a full schedule of exhibitions to run throughout 2017 in The Gallery, following on from Rob Chapman’s Wood Engravings.
The intention of The Gallery is to show printed works but other mediums will be considered. If you would like to be considered for a show at The Gallery in 2017, email Hannah for more information or complete the form below and we’ll get back to you with more information.