Honolulu Printmakers invites all print artists residing in the state of Hawai'i to participate in our 91st Annual Exhibition!!!

This exhibition presents a carefully juried selection of the best print work from artists around the state of Hawaii working in traditional printmaking media as well as contemporary forms and hybrids. Jeffrey Dell of Texas State University, San Marcos will be the juror, and the exhibition will run from January 13 - February 8, 2019, at the gallery of the Art Department of the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Discounted entry fees are available for current members of Honolulu Printmakers (i.e. through 12/1/2018) and for current university students with valid ID; see below for details.

Submit up to 5 entries for jurying by following this link:
https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=5669

JUROR: Jeffrey Dell, Professor of Art, Texas State University, San Marcos

MEDIA POLICY:
This exhibition seeks print works in all printmaking media, including lithographs, screenprints, relief prints, intaglio, monoprints, letterpress, artists books, digital prints and print-based installations.  We encourage experimentation and the generation of a dialogue about what printmaking is and can be.  The Honolulu Printmakers reserve the right to exclude work deemed not to meet these criteria. Work must have been created within the last three years and may not have been previously shown in a juried exhibition on Oahu.

JURYING AND NOTIFICATION:
Work submitted to callforentry.org for jurying should be 100% complete at the time of upload, and should be accurately and truthfully represented by images. Do not submit digitally re-touched images or simulated drafts of projected work. Note that each distinct piece is a single entry. In the case of polyptychs-- e.g. a diptych-- multiple prints must be contained within a single frame to count as one piece. Honolulu Printmakers and the juror reserve the right to exclude delivered work that deviates from how it was presented at the time of jurying.

Work can only be submitted for jurying from September 1 - December 5, 2018. Accepted artists will be notified on or before December 9, 2018.

Accepted prints are to be delivered framed and presented with wire or other necessary hardware for hanging, and must meet the professional and aesthetic criteria of the exhibition committee. Work that is not to be hung on a wall must have some method to secure it against accident or theft. Artists whose work presents unusual or difficult requirements due to size, format or method of presentation will be required to submit an installation plan, provide all hardware, and install their own pieces under the supervision of the exhibition committee, at a prearranged time. Please call Duncan Dempster at 536-5507 before entry day if you have work that is not traditionally framed or hung with wire. Accepted work that does not meet the above conditions will NOT be accepted for installation.

ENTRY FEES
General (non-member) entry fee:
$40 for the first entry; $5 for each additional entry, up to 5 maximum.

Discounted entry fee for members* of Honolulu Printmakers:
$25 for the first entry; $5 for each additional entry, up to 5 maximum.

Discounted entry fee for current students with a valid university ID:
$10 for the first entry; $5 for each additional entry, up to 5 maximum.

Discounts are based on coupon codes distributed by Honolulu Printmakers. Get in touch if you think you're eligible for a discount. *Member discount only applicable for memberships current through 12/1/2018.

SALES FEE
Sales of work are subject to a 40% exhibition fee. This fee supports the continuation of the Annual Exhibition, as well as other activities that further the advancement and appreciation of printmaking in Hawai’i. 

PRINT DOCUMENTATION FORM (optional; download form, fill it out, and upload at callforentry.org when you submit your entries)

AWARDS
Cash and merchandise awards will be selected and presented by the juror.
Purchase awards will be selected by the individual buyers.

LIABILITY
While every precaution will be taken to assure proper care of the work, neither the Honolulu Printmakers nor the University of Hawaii can assume responsibility for loss, theft, or damage to work submitted.

DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORK
Oahu-based Artists:
Deliver work on Sunday, January 6, 2019, between 11 am – 4 pm to:
  Department of Art
  University of Hawai‘i at Manoa
  2535 McCarthy Mall
  Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822

Neighbor Island Artists:
Accepted work must be shipped to the Honolulu Printmakers studio at the Honolulu Museum of Art School by Monday, December 31, 2018. DO NOT SHIP ACCEPTED WORK TO THE UH ART GALLERY. Honolulu Printmakers will cover the cost of return shipping only for current neighbor island members. Please note we will no longer be able to reimburse for inbound shipping.

Please ship accepted work in reusable packaging to:
  Honolulu Printmakers
  1111 Victoria Street
  Honolulu, Hawai'i 96814