Print London is excited to announce it will be hosting several workshops and residencies this summer! Space is limited so register now for workshops, or apply to undertake one of several week-long residencies that will be held at The Satellite Project Space. 

**Each workshop fee is $75.00 and includes all materials**

Fees can be paid via e-transfer or Pay Pal to

WORKSHOP 1: Silkscreen Printing using Washi
Facilitated by Loree Ovens
Fanshawe College Print Room (A1007)
Saturday 26 May & Sunday 27 May, 10am – 5pm.

WORKSHOP 2: Monotype using Washi
Facilitated by Tammy Ratcliff
Satellite Project Space
Saturday 9 June & Sunday 10 June, 10am. – 5pm.

WORKSHOP 3: Cut Paper using Washi
Facilitated by Tania Love
Satellite Project Space
Saturday 16 June & Sunday 17 June, 10am. – 5pm.

WORKSHOP 4: Experimental Drypoint Etching on Washi
Facilitated by Agustin Rolando Rojas
Fanshawe College Print Room (A1007)
Saturday 28 July & Sunday 29 July, 10am. – 5pm

REQUESTED WORKSHOP: Please make sure to write the name(s) on the sign up form. 

*Registration in the workshops is not secured until payment is received.

Please send fee(s) via eTransfer or PayPal to

Workshop 1: Silkscreen

Workshop 2: Monotype

Workshop 3: Cut paper

Workshop 4: Experimental drypoint etching

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 SUMMER 2018

Print London Members are being invited to apply for one-week print residencies during May and June 2018. There will be two resident artists in each one-week period.

If you are interested in applying, please read the following requirements and make your submission by email to:  by Tuesday May 22nd at 6pm. The Print London Steering Committee will jury the submissions (any Steering Committee members who apply will abstain from voting).

Artist residencies will take place in one-week periods as follows:

RESIDENCY 1: Monday May 28th – Friday June 1st
Silkscreen Printing on Japanese papers 
Resident artists selected for this residency must attend the Workshop in Silkscreen printing (Loree Ovens) on the weekend of May 26th – 27th

RESIDENCY 2: Monday June 11th – Friday June 15th
Monotypes / Mixed Media Prints on Japanese paper
Resident artists selected for this residency must attend the Workshop in Monotypes (Tammy Ratcliff) on the weekend of June 9th – 10th

RESIDENCY 3: Monday June 18th – Friday June 22nd
Cut Paper using Japanese papers
Resident artists selected for this residency must attend the Workshop in Cut Paper (Tania Love) on the weekend of June 16th – 17th

To apply please download and fill out the application form. Once completed send the form and your images to:

Application Form: PDF
Image specifications:  72dpi at 1024 x 768pixels (.jpg files)

All resident artists must participate in a group critique of the work produced during the residencies on Saturday June 23rd.

There will be a closing reception for the group exhibition at Satellite Project Space on Thursday June 28th, 7-10pm


1.    Resident Artist must participate in the Workshop immediately preceding their residency and continue the work associated with the Workshop into their residency period with a view to contributing this work to the group collaborative project that will be installed at Satellite Project Space.

2.    Resident artists must commit to being present in the studios for a minimum of four days during the residency period. Opening hours at Satellite Project Space are Wednesday through to Saturday, 12 noon to 5pm.

3.    Resident artists must contribute the work that they make during the residency to the collaborative wall installation for the duration of the exhibition. At the conclusion of the exhibition, they may claim the work that they have made if it is substantially of their creation. They may also display work made at the residency that follows The Print Garden theme and offer it for sale to the public (25% commission to Print London).

4.    Resident artists must be willing to interact with the public by demonstrating printmaking and talking about their work, Print London, and the exhibition of prints / collaborative artwork in the Gallery.

5.    Resident artists may use the space for their own work during the time that the Gallery is closed to the public in order to complete their project. Keys can be returned to the Museum at any time of day / night.

6.    Resident artists at Satellite Project Space are responsible for collecting the Satellite PS key from Museum London each morning and returning it each evening.

7.    Resident artists will be responsible for cleaning the Gallery and keeping it in good condition at all times (this includes the clean-up room, bathroom, sweeping the gallery, etc.).

8.    Resident artists will maintain order in the Gallery and will be responsible for using the presses. No member of the public will operate the presses.

9.    Only non-toxic inks that can be cleaned up with water will be used in the Gallery eg. water-based inks, Charbonnel Aqua Wash etching ink, or Caligo safe Wash inks.


1.    Resident artists will participate in a two-day workshop that immediately precedes their residency period at no expense.

2.    Resident artists will receive free materials for the production of their artwork (Japanese papers and inks).

3.    Resident artists will have free access to the equipment required to make their work.

4.    Resident artists will have a dedicated space in which to work for a week alongside another professional printmaker.

5.    Resident artists will be able to display the work they produce during the residency at Satellite Project Space as part of a group exhibition. There will be a closing event to showcase the collaborative installation to the public.