East London Printmakers return to The Art Pavilion in Mile End Park with their Festival of Print 2021. The exhibition will highlight exciting new work from a wide sphere of contemporary printmaking practice, ranging from traditional techniques to experimental processes. About 90 artists will be showcasing etching, woodcuts, screenprints, collagraphs and more.
The recently completed 2021 ELP Box Set will be launched and for sale at the exhibition. The exhibition takes place just before Christmas, and unframed prints and greeting cards will also be on sale. This is a great way to join with the wider community for a celebration of culture, creativity – and printmaking!
East London Printmakers is a not-for-profit, artist run studio based in Mile End. Their aim is to provide professional and affordable printmaking facilities for artists and designers and to create opportunities for them to discuss and exhibit their work. They offer Open Access for screen printing on paper and fabric, etching and relief and run a variety of courses and residency schemes.
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