[Msa-discuss] Opportunities for early career print scholars from APS: printmaking workshop and Article Prize

Angela Campbell angela at printscholars.org
Mon Jan 11 09:56:27 EST 2016


To Whom It May Concern,


Could you please include the following in the next MSA listserv
distribution?


Thank you,


Angela



The Association of Print Scholars is excited to announce two major
opportunities for early-career scholars of printmaking. Please see the
announcements below for:

1) a printmaking workshop scheduled for May 20-21 in Providence, RI; and

2) the Schulman and Bullard Article Prize which carries a $2,000 award.

Applications for both are due on January 31, 2016.

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Call for Applications:

Printmaking Workshop for Early-Career Scholars

Sponsored by the Association of Print Scholars (APS)

Providence, RI, May 20-21, 2016

Knowledge of printmaking techniques is integral to a scholarly
understanding the field. Print enthusiasts frequently find it necessary to
“dissect” a print—count the number of layers used in a screenprint, examine
the fineness of a line in a woodcut, or guess how many plates were
implemented in the printing of a color etching. Despite this inherent focus
on process, many scholars have never had the opportunity to make a print
themselves due to issues of time, funding, or resources.

The Association of Print Scholars (APS) is pleased to announce a two-day
intensive workshop that will provide early-career scholars with a brief
introduction to printmaking techniques. The workshop will begin with a
kickoff reception on Thursday evening at Cade Tompkins Projects, a gallery
that represents contemporary printmakers including Daniel Heyman, Allison
Bianco, and Nancy Friese.

Participants will spend the first day focusing on intaglio processes, with
a special presentation on engraving by Andrew Raftery, Professor of
Printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), held at Overpass
Projects, a new printshop founded by RISD printmaking MFA alumni. The
second day will focus on lithography. The workshop will be led by Brian
Shure, Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director in Printmaking at
RISD, and a former master printer at Crown Point Press. The number of
participants will be limited to ensure a hands-on experience with each
demonstration and access to individualized attention.

Who: Graduate students currently enrolled in art history, visual culture,
or material culture doctoral programs in the United States or early-career
professionals who graduated within the last ten years. Applicants must be
members of APS.

Fees: Participants will be responsible for travel expenses to Providence
and lodging. Stipends will be offered, by application, to offset these
costs for those without institutional support.

Application: To apply, please submit the following documents:

   1.

   a brief statement (500 words or less) describing your research and how
   it would be enriched by this workshop
   2.

   a current CV
   3.

   one letter of reference (sent directly to info at printscholars.org)
   4.

   a proposed budget for your expenses (only required if you would like to
   be considered for a stipend)


Please send your application as a single PDF attachment to
info at printscholars.org with the subject line “Providence printmaking
workshop.” Applications are due by January 31, 2016. Applicants will be
notified by February 15, 2016.

This workshop is sponsored by a generous grant from The Wolf Kahn and Emily
Mason Foundation.


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Call for Applications:

The Schulman and Bullard Article Prize

The Association of Print Scholars invites applications for the Schulman and
Bullard Article Prize. The Prize is given annually to an article published
by an early-career scholar that features compelling and innovative research
on prints or printmaking. The award, which carries a $2,000 prize, is
generously sponsored by Susan Schulman and Carolyn Bullard. Following the
mission of the Association of Print Scholars, articles can feature aspects
of printmaking across any geographic region and all chronological periods.
Articles will be evaluated by a panel of advanced scholars for the author’s
commitment to the use of original research and the article’s overall
contribution to the field of print scholarship.

The Association of Print Scholars invites nominations and self-nominations
for the 2016 Schulman/Bullard Article Prize meeting the criteria outlined
below:

Nomination Criteria:

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   Authors must have graduated with an MA, MFA, or PhD fewer than 10 years
   prior to article publication and have less than 10 years of experience as a
   practicing professional in an academic or museum institution or as an
   independent scholar.
   -

   Authors must be current members of APS.
   -

   Articles must have been published in a journal, exhibition catalogue, or
   anthology between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015. Online
   publications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
   -

   Articles must be between 3,000 and 10,000 words, inclusive of footnotes
   and references.
   -

   Entries for consideration must be in English, though the text of the
   original article may be in any language.


To submit an article for consideration, please send the completed
nomination form along with an electronic or hard copy of the article to
Angela Campbell, the APS Grants Coordinator:

https://printscholars.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/APS-Nomination-Form-2016.pdf

The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2016


Angela Campbell
Grants Coordinator
Association of Print Scholars <http://printscholars.org/>
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