This month I had the best time visiting Cape Town and meeting a number of the fiercely talented CT TPGs. I loved seeing their beautiful studio spaces and homes, and enjoyed sharing meals and coffees with them. I came away from the experience feeling so proud of our community we have built.
The heart of TPG has always been to be a community of print lovers, sharing spaces and cups of coffee! We are so lucky to have this group of talented and passionate printmakers. Each and every one of the TPGs brings a unique story and dynamic to the group. Each voice has a space and a place and can be celebrated.
For the last few months, we have all been planning and working in our studios in preparation for the second part of the year: EXHIBITION SEASON. Seeing all the long hours come together with submissions for exhibitions rolling into my inbox, I am so encouraged by the work and vision of the TPGs.
So, get ready for what promises to be a spectacular exhibition season, our most ambitious one yet! Six fabulous venues, six beautifully curated shows – six reasons to celebrate being a TPG (or, of course, a friend of TPG!)
The Printing Girls
TPG Workshops in April & May
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.
Congratulations and best of luck to Beth McAlpine. Go see her paintings on show at Communitas in Midrand next month!
The opening event is on 4 June at 11 – 4pm. Don’t miss it!
Bag Factory in Johannesburg is hosting a Salon Pop Up show for the Bag Factory community artists. Promising to be an exciting event, don’t miss the work of Lebogang Mabusela (aka Monotypebabe) on exhibit.
The show will be at the Bag Factory on 28 May 10:30 – 4pm.