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Series of five prints.

20:20 Print Exchange gallery exhibition

Taigh Chearsabhagh’s presence in the 20:20 Print Exchange 2023 has been a good achievement for the Print Workshop – thank you to the five participants: Sheenagh PatienceKeith McIntyre, Siân Swinton, John Kippin, and myself (Nicola Neate, Taigh Chearsabhagh Print Workshop and Darkroom Coordinator and technician).

Each participating Print Workshop in the 20:20 Print Exchange event is twinned with another workshop – which has an equal number of participants – our twinned workshop this year is Stirchley Printworks.

I have included the five prints from our twinned Print Workshop, Stirchley Printworks.

Helena Brzeski | Dance | Linocut

James Turner | Pat 3 | Legoprint

Blockwork pattern in brown on a white background.

Megan Reddi | Across the Tundra | Screenprint

Adult and calf elephant walking across a white landscape, with a pink and blue sky behind.

Nicole Eveleigh | Seabird | Linocut & Rubberstamp

Outline of a bird swimming, created in white and yellow with a blue sea background.

Sharon Foster | Solar | Screenprint

Four rows of four brightly coloured red, yellow and pink circles, dots and crescent shapes, with one star shape.

Next year it would be really excellent if Taigh Chearsabhagh could participate in this event with ten printmakers!

The full online gallery for the 20:20 Print Exchange, with all the Print Studio participants, can be viewed here: https://www.2020printexchange.com/2023

In addition, I’d like to share the schedule for the upcoming 20:20 exhibition tour, including venue names and dates 2024:

• Hot Bed Press – December / January

• Northern Print – January / February

• Hazlehurst Studios – May / June

• West Yorkshire Print Workshop – July / August

* Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Art Centre – September / October *  

• Returns to Hot Bed Press in November

I have new workshops planned for the coming year and am available to do inductions – so keep a lookout for updates and please do get in touch if you need advice or information: nicola@taigh-chearsabhagh.org