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Seventh International Miniprint Submissions | Ottawa School of Art | Tuesday, 07. November 2017

Seventh International Miniature Print Biennale Exhbition
Organized by the Ottawa School of Art, Downtown Campus
Exhibition dates: May 3 to June 17, 2018

The exhibit is open to all professional printmaking artists. The prints must be made with any generally accepted graphic techniques. Each artist can submit a maximum of 4 prints to the jury. Prints must be numbered and signed by the artist and must have been produced since January 1, 2016. The maximum dimension of the print image is 10 cm x 10 cm. The maximum dimension of the print matrix (paper, cloth, etc.) is 20 cm x 20 cm. (Full Entry Conditions available below)

Submission fees for the 7th international Miniprint exhibition are now being accepted online!

Exhibition dates: May 3 to June 17, 2018


PLEASE READ CAREFULLY WHEN CHOOSING TICKET OPTIONS: Submissions prices have been clearly calculated for you - you do not need to purchase more than 1 ticket - simply count the number of prints you will be submitting (1,2,3 or 4) and choose the corresponding ticket! EXAMPLE:

If you are submitting only 1 print - choose the first ticket option

If you are submitting 2 prints - choose the second ticket option

If you are submitting 3 prints - choose the third ticket option

If you are submitting 4 prints - choose the fourth ticket option

Deadline for submitting artwork is March 16, 2018. All work must arrive no later than 5:00 pm local time (EST) in order to be considered for the exhibition.

The OSA is a leading centre for visual arts education and creative expression in the Ottawa region.

In 1879 by a group of prominent local citizens under the patronage of the Governor General, the Marquis of Lorne and his wife, the Princess Louise founded the Ottawa Art Association. The Association was determined to open as a school of art and design in the capital. Classes began in April of 1880 with 18 students enrolled in the Ottawa Art School, as it was then called. Over the next 100 years there were many changes and transitions to the school and its community, but the school survived and emerged from the war years as the Ottawa Municipal Art Centre. In 1976 the school was reorganized under its present name and in 1983 it moved into its present location in the By Ward Market district in Ottawa. In 2009 the school expanded with a second campus being added in the Shenkman Arts Centre in Orleans. In the 2010-11 school year there were 3,613 registrations in over a dozen different disciplines at both campuses.