THE PRINTMAKERS COUNCIL (UK)
PRESIDENT STANLEY JONES
The Printmakers Council was founded in 1965 to promote the art of printmaking and the work of contemporary printmakers.
It continues to pursue this aim by organising a program of exhibitions and print workshops in London and exhibitions nation-wide and exhibitions in Europe and Worldwide.
The PMC has a slide index and planchest of PMC members work which is regularly consulted by galleries, exhibition organisers and potential buyers.
Membership is open to all printmakers, students, interested groups and individuals.
Recent PMC exhibitions have been mounted at The Natural History Museum, Battersea Pumphouse, Wakefield and in Paris at Musee Adzak.
PMC Print Workshops have recently been organised for members at the Artichoke Print Workshop and at the Pitshanger Hanger Manor Gallery.
Future PMC Exhibitions and Workshops:
August 2 - 12 October 1997: Innovations and Transformations at the City Art Gallery and the Mappin Gallery, Sheffield. This show will be reviewed in the Autumn edition of 'Printmaking Today' by Avis Saltsman.
November 11- December 1st 1997: The Printmakers Council National Open will be held at Whiteleys Atrium Gallery, London. W2.
A course in Photo-Etching for PMC Members run at The Artichoke Print Workshop. Details of dates and times in the next PMC Mailout.
If you would like to join as a member of the Printmakers Council write to: The Honorary Secretary, Printmakers Council, Clerkenwell Workshop, 31 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R 0AT, England
Telephone. +44.171 250 1927 (Wednesdays and Thursdays 14.00 - 18.00)