Please check McClain's Facebook page where we list competitions, exchanges and juried shows. Or click on one of the choices to the left to find the websites of schools and printmaking organizations.
|Four Times Per Year||
International Print Center New York
IPCNY presents selections of current prints four times per year. These are juried shows.
|Yearly||Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory (MI-LAB) Artist-in-Residence Program (formerly Nagasawa Art Park Pilot Program) is designed for international artists, print teachers and printmakers who wish to learn Japanese mokuhanga printmaking techniques with Japanese teachers. Located at MI-LAB Studio/Residence near Lake Kawaguchi on a foot of Mt. Fuji located at Fuji-Kawaguchiko-cho, Yamanashi-ken, Japan. http://www.endeavor.or.jp/mi-lab/index.html|
Mini Print International of Cadaques
The Mini Print International of Cadaqués is a print competition open to all printmaking techniques and tendencies, in which artists from all over the world participate.
|Biennial event, held on even numbered years. Entries are accepted in the fall of the previous (odd numbered) year||
Pacific States Biennial National Print Exhibition
Held at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Campus Center Gallery, Hilo, HI.
For information go to www.uhh.hawaii.edu/~art/
|Quadrennial, the next exhibit will be in 2014.||KIWA (Kyoto International Woodprint Association) sponsors an unjuried exhibition every four years. In the last exhibition 222 artists from 37 countries participated. Prizes are given including one from McClain's. For information go to www.kiwa.net|
|The Art Deadlines List is a subscription service that sends out artist opportunity announcements. To subscribe go to artdeadlineslist.com/subscribe|
|The American Print Alliance makes a list of competitive exhibits available to subscribers of their magazine, Contemporary Impressions. Go to www.printalliance.org to subscribe.|
|Exchange Partners in Print is an Australian based non-profit artist run organization for printmakers, photographers and all media artists who want to share their work and ideas. They have been organizing print exchange portfolios since 1992. Exchange Partners in Print welcomes Australian and overseas printmakers, photographers, media artists and designers. Their web site is www.pnp.org.au/default.aspx|