Come and meet award winning artists,
They will be giving letterpress demonstrations between
12.00 - 2.00 pm
P A P E R C O N T E M P O R A R Y
come along and meet these two enthusiastic print makers who have a great love for antiquarian printmaking and photography processes.
Hill End Press specializes in photogravure, letterpress, tin type wet plate collodion.
Go to their website for further information on workshops http://www.hillendpress.com.au
HILL END PRESS
this weekend at the
10 - 13 SEPTEMBER 2015
AUSTRALASIA'S INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR
See a dynamic selection of national and international printmaking, and participate in workshops conducted by master print-makers, alongside artists making their own books and zines. Paper Contemporary is the perfect way to start or significantly add to your collection!
FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION ON THE SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY
GO TO http://sydneycontemporary.com.au/about-sydneycontemporary/
EXHIBITING GALLERIESAnt Press, Sydney
Australian Galleries exhibiting Works on Paper, Sydney
Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne
Cicada Press, Sydney
Editions Tremblay NFP, Cairns
Gallery East, Perth
grahame galleries + editions, Brisbane
Impediment Press, Sydney
Marnling Press, Sydney
Monsoon Publishing, Townsville
Negative Press Table, Melbourne
Red Rag Press, Townsville
Sydney Print Makers, Sydney
The Art Vault, Mildura
Ugg Boot Press, Townsville
Umbrella Studio, Townsville
UPSPACE – Ultimo Project Inc, Sydney
Wand’ring Bark Studio, Sydney
Whaling Road Studio, Sydney
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Akky van Ogtrop, President Print Council of Australia
Akky van Ogtrop graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, majoring in printmaking, and has a Masters Degree Fine Arts, Sydney University.
As a director and project manager of major arts events Akky worked for the Biennale of Sydney, ARTiculate Campaign, the World out West and is the founder and Executive Director of the Sydney Art on Paper Fair. Akky has proven experience as arts administrator and creative manager with extensive contacts and national and international project experience and as an organiser, speaker and facilitator of national and international symposia, workshops and discussion panels.
Apart from her expertise as a public program, event manager and art historian Akky worked as curator with art museums, galleries and contemporary art spaces, presenting exhibitions by Australian and international artists.
Akky is presently serving on various boards, including: President of the Print Council of Australia, President Sydney Chamber Music Festival, Vice president Walter Burly Griffin Society and Committee Member of the Arts and Cultural Committee of the Manly Art Gallery & Museum. She is a Foundation member of the Art Gallery of NSW.