Fourth National Monotype/Monoprint Juried Exhibition

April 6 – May 7, 2016

Attleboro Arts Museum
86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA

In celebration of the expansive vision and myriad techniques employed by monotype and monoprint artists throughout the US, the Monotype Guild of New England announces its Fourth National Juried Exhibition.

Juror: Andrew Stevens, Curator of Prints, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Gallery Hours

Tues-Sat. 10 am-5 pm

Becky Blosser
Structure Study V
Monoprint, 10.25 x 9.5

Opening Reception

April 7, 2016, 7-9 pm
Attleboro Arts Museum

Gallery Talks

The many styles of the unique Print: a printmaker tells you what all those terms mean
by Kate Higley, MGNE Exhibitions Chair
Saturday, April 9, 2-4 pm
Attleboro Arts Museum

Printmaking Symposium and Demonstrations
by Paula DeSimone, Diane Francis, and Carolyn Letvin
Saturday April 30, 2-4 pm
Attleboro Arts Museum

Registration for all events at the Attleboro Arts Museum are requested, but not required: 508-222-2644 x10 or

Member Programming

Juror’s Talk

A History of the American Monotype
by Andrew Stevens, Curator of Prints, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin
Friday, April 8, 2-4 pm.
Members: $35.00

Harvard Art Museums
Art Study Seminar

Limited space available. Registration is required and payment must be made in advance.  For more information, click here.

Annual Meeting

Saturday, May 7, 2-4pm
Guest Speaker: Susan Rostow, Creator of Akua Inks
Attleboro Arts Museum

Registration for the Annual Meeting & Artist Talk is requested, but not required: 508-222-2644 x10 or

Artist Instructions

The Juror has selected 100 works for inclusion in the exhibit. For a complete list of accepted works and participating artists, visit

Framing Requirements:

Original work must be securely framed, wired and ready to hang. Unstable or improperly framed work will not be accepted. No clips or saw tooth edges. Mats should be white or off white and frames should be neutral. Visit to review required framing guidelines.

Plexiglass is preferred to glass for all work and is required for all shipped work and any work over 18 x 24 inches. Exhibitors must agree to take full personal and financial responsibility for any damage sustained by exhibitor’s artwork that is framed with glass of any size.

Want to frame your own work?

RSVP to attend our framer’s workshop on March 10.


Accepted work may be hand delivered to Attleboro Arts Museum. All shipped work must be sent to the Museum in a reusable carton and with prepaid return shipping documents enclosed. We are under no obligation to return work that does not arrive with return prepaid shipping papers. It will become the property of MGNE as will unclaimed hand-delivered work. We will send detailed shipping instructions to accepted artists.


The Attleboro Arts Museum will insure all work during the exhibition period. Exhibiting artists may be required to complete loan forms and condition reports prior to the work being installed. There is a $500.00 deductible on a per occurrence basis that will not be assumed by the museum for the piece on loan. The maximum insurance value that will be covered is $2000. All work will be handled with respect and care.


Artists are encouraged to submit works for sale. Attleboro Arts Museum members will be charged a commission of 30% of the sale price; nonmembers will be charged 40% of the sale price. Artwork that is sold cannot leave the Museum before May 7 at 5pm.