East London Printmakers are back at the Art Pavilion for their sixth year with their annual Festival of Print exhibition.
The exhibition is the highpoint of ELP’s creative year. It celebrates the exciting range of contemporary printmaking and wealth of skill and talent at ELP from established artists to emerging creatives. For the first time this year, the show also features work by recipients of their new Studio Bursary Awards, introduced to extend inclusion and diversity.
At Festival of Print, visitors have a rare opportunity to see and acquire original prints by 95 participating artists. The prints showcase ELP’s excellent facilities and the processes they offer: woodblock, screenprint, etching and lino. They are also delighted to launch the recently completed limited-edition 2022 ELP Box Set. This collection of 30 x 30 cm prints are for sale both as a set or individually.
The exhibition is open at the Art Pavilion in Mile End Park from now until the 4th December. It is open 11am to 6pm daily. With a large variety of styles and subjects and there will undoubtedly be something that catches your eye.
About the East London Printmakers
East London Printmakers (ELP) ELP is a not-for-profit, artist run studio. They couldn’t be any more local – they are based in Copperfield Road near the Mile End Park stadium. Their aim is to provide professional and affordable printmaking facilities for artists and designers and to create opportunities for them to discuss and exhibit their work. They offer Open Access for screen printing on paper and fabric, etching and relief and run a variety of courses and residency schemes.
East London Printmakers run courses and workshops for both experienced and beginner printmakers.