Your inky news June

What’s that saying about ducks? All calm on the surface, and madly peddling away under the water? Well, that just about sums up how most of The Printing Girls are at the moment. So much exciting creativity is coming out of their remarkable studios, all in preparation for the exciting Exhibition line up we have for this year.

TPG Exhibitions 2022:
9 – 30 July – MINIATURES IN PRINT at Gallery2, JHB
23-30 July – TPG will be representing South Africa at the International Lithography Symposium in Sweden. 
1 – 31 August – A SENSE OF PLACE with Latitudes Online
28 Aug – 24 Sept – Our annual Exhibition at The Art Room, Parkhurst, JHB
16 Sep – 23 Oct – We will be exhibiting in the Lithographic Academy of Sweden
6 – 30 Nov – THINGS THAT MOVE AND LIVE at David Krut Gallery

Make sure you diarise these events. See you there!

Keep printing!
Amy Jane
The Printing Girls


TPG Workshops in June & July

If you would like to attend one of our workshops please email us to book your spot. There are limited spaces available, and bookings are only made once workshops costs are paid in full.


Members Spotlight

DAYS OF BEING WILD is a group exhibition in Cape Town, showing some work by TPG member Natasha Norman.

If you’re in Cape Town, don’t miss this great line up of artists at Cavalli wine estate from 29 May to 21 August 2022!

Natasha Norman will be showing with the Mokuhanga Sisters at the Kentler International Drawing Space in New York.

‘Between Worlds’ runs from 17 June to 31 July 2022

Click HERE for more information.

The collective TRIPE (Elrie Joubert, Liberty Battson and Pauling Gutter) is currently taking part in the International Exhibition of the 14th edition of the Biennial of Contemporary African Art in Dakar, Senegal.   

The artists combined their unique conceptual and artistic skills to transform an unconventional material – rubber and polyurethane waste from a manufacturing plant in Johannesburg, into an installation on a mass scale at the Ancient Palais de Justice.

The exhibition will run from the 19th of May to the 21st of June 2022 and can be followed on Instagram @tripe.collective and @dak_artbiennale

Lyrene Kühn-Botma is both the curator and a participating artist in the UFS group of artists at the Good Neighbours exhibition at the NIROX Sculpture Park in JHB.

Lyrene curated the University of the Free State’s Fine Arts Department component of the show and is  participating with a sculpture – which is two big Litho stone pieces.


TPG would like to wish all our student members the BEST OF LUCK with their upcoming exhibitions and assessments. 

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