New screen printing exhibition to open at Norwich’s Stew Studios
A new open submission screen print exhibition is beginning at Norwich's Stew Studios later this month.
Between Saturday, May 26 and Saturday, June 9, the Print Odyssey exhibition will be held at the Fishergate studios - organised by mobile screen printing duo Print To The People.
The exhibition will present a range of screen printed work from 42 artists, collectives and independent businesses throughout the UK, featuring work from both emerging and established artists working with 2D and 3D screen prints, installations, textiles and ceramics.
Now in it's second year, the exhibition has doubled in size and attracted more submissions from all over the country and several from the US, Canada and Ireland.
Vicki Johnson, one half of Print To The People, with Jo Stafford, said: 'In the present tough economic environment emerging artists are having a difficult time, making open submission exhibitions like Print Odyssey an important opportunity to get noticed and promote their work.
'Print Odyssey is a fantastic way for Norwich-based screen printers to exhibit alongside printmakers from around the country and beyond providing networking and collaborative opportunities.'
The exhibition will be launched at 7pm on Friday, May 25, and will be open Wednesday to Sunday between midday and 6pm, including the June 4 and 5 bank holidays, through to June 9.
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