Last updated March 2015
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Jan Melville, printmaker & book artist, has been teaching at the Warringah Printmakers Studio for 15 years & has participated in International Residencies in Italy, Ireland and the UK.
On Sunday 5th April, Jan will introduce the Terravita - Printmaking on The Rocks residency. She will also show printing plates & proofs of her new art works & describe the use of safer printmaking techniques in her teaching & in her own art practice.
A note for the diary: Jan Melville has also been invited to give an artist talk with MG&M curator, Rachael Carroll, for the Articulate exhibition showing at the Warringah Creative Space in May. The exhibition runs from 28 April - 18 May. More information...
terravita - printmaking on the rocks
Last updated March 2015
Mini Print 2014 - 2015
Members' prints, none larger than 28 X 19cm & all the same frame size.
Held at the ArtSmart Fine Art Gallery.
50 Ethel Street, Seaforth NSW
December 2014 & January 2015.
An exhibition of members' prints on the theme of 'elements'
Held at the Warringah Creative Space,
Abbott Road, North Curl Curl, Sydney.
Marked by Water
A collaborative project with the Newcastle Printmakers Workshop.
The exhibition was held at two venues:
Curve Gallery, Newcastle 14-29 June 2013 & Warringah Printmakers Studio Gallery, Manly Vale 13-21 July 2013
Leave Nothing but Prints
The Warringah Printmakers Studio's celebration of 15 years of safer print practice. Manly Art Gallery & Museum 20 July - 2 September 2012 & launched on Friday 20 July 2012, by Michael Hedger, Manager, Culture & Information Services, Manly Council.
Warringah Printmakers Studio international print exchange exhibition supported by a Warringah Council Cultural Grant. Included 19 works from the Lorg Fine Art Printmakers, Ballybane, Ireland. The exhibition was opened by Warringah Shire Councillor, Dr Helen Wilkins on 17 March 2012.
Warringah Printmakers Studio mid year exhibition supported by a Warringah Council Cultural Grant. Artists responded to the theme of place marking in the area of the Northern Beaches. The exhibition was opened by the Mayor of Warringah, Mr Michael Regan on 2nd July 2010.
From Ocean to Harbour 2008
An exhibition of selected work by Warringah Printmakers Studio held from 14 June to 20 July at the Mosman Art Gallery, Mosman NSW. Opened by Professor Sasha Grishin, Sir William Dobell Professor of Art History, Head of Art History & Graduate Convenor ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences.
Changing Climate -
Reinventing Lives 2009
A collaborative exchange & exhibition involving Warringah Printmakers Studio, Press Gang Noosa, PAWA, Megalo Print Access & Firestation Printmakers. The prints highlight the problems associated with global warming & climate change.
Reel Heroes - Safe
A collaborative exchange exhibition to celebrate the Year of the Surf Lifesaver 2007 & 100 years of Surf Lifesaving in Australia.
Initiated by Warringah Council artists from Warringah Printmakers Studio & from an Aboriginal Women's Art Therapy Group in Darlington, worked together to produce prints which were exhibited as part of the 2006 Guringai Festival.
Eyes 2006 Nov. 2006 Guangzhou.
Australia - Enchanting Impressions 2004 Sept. 2004 Guangzhou.
Both exhibitions were hosted by the Guangdong Chinese Culture Promotions (GDCCP) & were assisted in funding by The Australia China Council.
An exhibition of safer printmaking techniques designed to be both inspirational & educational.
September 2003 The Studio Gallery Warringah Printmakers Studio
My Place Your Place
Our Place 2000
Ngayuku ngura nyuntumpa ngura nganampa ngura
An exhibition representing the establishment of a link between the artists of Warringah and Ernabella as a gesture of reconciliation.
NAIDOC Week 2000 The Manly Art Gallery & Museum