Welcome to August! It seems we are bursting at the seams with creativity and exciting events for you! Not only do we have TWO official TPG exhibitions launching this month, but our member’s have EIGHT more events for you to feast your eyes on! And of course, we have a selection of workshops for you to get those creative juices flowing!
This month, we are so excited to announce our first exhibition with Latitudes Online! Our online show, A Sense of Place, will go live on 5 August 2022.
At the end of August our annual exhibition, TPG2022, will open at The Art Room in Parkhurst. As always, an interactive printmaking demonstration will be hosted by Cloudia Rivett-Carnac at the opening event, which will be held on 28 August at 11h30.
TPG Workshops in August & September
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.
TPG would like to CONGRATULATE Kristen McClarty for having two of her latest prints, Layered Annotations and Marginalised Narratives, selected for the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair! Bravo!
Three members of The Printing Girls (Laurel Holmes, Kristen McClarty and Clare Menck) will be exhibiting with two other exciting Cape based artists (Madeleine van Manen and Jo Roets) in a multi-media exhibition at the prestigious Association for Visual Arts Gallery in Cape Town, next month.
The exhibition explores their response to a world that is wobbling on its axis. Included in the exhibition will be a combination of traditional and experimental printmaking work (monotype, woodblock, screen print, chine collé and collage) as well as painting and clay work. The exhibition will coincide with the Tenth Anniversary celebrations of First Thursdays in Cape Town, which will be centred around the AVA Gallery in the City Centre.