Contemporary Printmaking Prize 2021: The Exhibition

16th April - 16th May 2021

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Contemporary Printmaking Prize '21 official Poster,Fen Ditton Gallery 2021

Opening times: The gallery will be opening physically for this exhibition
Fridays by appointment, please contact info@fendittongallery.com to book


Saturdays and Sundays 10am - 6pm

 

In February this year, Fen Ditton Gallery called for contemporary printmakers to enter the inaugural Contemporary Printmaking Prize - a new initiative to highlight the exciting works of UK artists working in the field of print.

We were thrilled to receive over 550 submissions for the prize and a final shortlist of 40 artists has been selected by our panel of judges, all specialists within the printmaking world: Sculptor and draughtsman, Nigel Hall RA, Printmaker and collage artist, Rebecca Jewell and Curator of prints at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Elenor Ling.

The prize was free to enter and the overall winner will receive £500 and receive the opportunity to be featured across the Fen Ditton Gallery networks and record an interview with Hannah on our podcast.

Shortlisted artists:

 

Jan Ayton, Graham Black, Laura Boswell, Lorraine Botbol, Ian Brooks, Sue Brown, Charlie Davies, David Edward, Steve Edwards, Jana Emburey, Anna Francis, Jake Garfield, Daniele Giovagnoli, Suman Gujral, Ellie Hayward, Brian D Hodgson, Radek Husak, Beverley Johnson, Buffy Kimm, Debbie Lampon, Janet Lueck, Emerson Mayes, Michael O’Shea, Sandra Oakins, Ana Pacheco, Chris Pig, Robert Powell, Ley Roberts, Stephen Robson, Vytenis Semenas, George Sfougaras, Jasmine Sheckleford, Greta Skya, Eileen St Julian-Brown, Gemma Thompson, Stefan Tiburcio, Joao Villas, Jodie Wingham.

 

The shortlisted works will be on display at the gallery from Friday 16th April - Sunday 16th May.

To follow government guidelines, masks are compulsory and limited numbers will be permitted in the gallery at any one time.

Fen Ditton Gallery is a contemporary art gallery, run by mother and daughter team, Lotte Attwood and Hannah Munby, with advice and programme input from independent curator, Amanda Game.

Situated in the heart of Fen Ditton village, just a short cycle ride along the river from central Cambridge, Lotte moved into the property in October 2017 and worked on the conversion of this handsome Victorian National School building with the help of Amanda Game and architect Matthew Maier of Brocklehurst Architects.

Since its opening in May 2018, Fen Ditton Gallery has introduced world-renowned artists and makers to the space and continues to hold an exciting collection of exhibitions and events.

Fen Ditton Gallery 2021

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