Fifth National Monotype/Monoprint Juried Exhibition at The Art Complex Museum: May 6 – September 2, 2018


Open to  all artists working in the monotype and monoprint medium to submit up to THREE monotypes or monoprints.


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Call For Entries Deadline: February 15, 2018.

• Entry Process Opens: November 6, 2017
• Entry Deadline: February 15, 2018
• Accepted Artist Notification: March 20, 2018
• Hand Delivery of Work: April 11-April 20, 2018 during museum hours (Wed-Sun, 1- 4pm).
• Shipped Work Delivery Dates: Must arrive between April 1- April 19, 2018.
• Exhibition Opens: May 6, 2018
• Reception: May 20, 2018, 1:30-3:30pm
• Exhibition Closes: September 2, 2018
• Pick-Up Dates: September 5-9, 2018 or by appointment
• Shipped Work Returned: September 5-9, 2018

Image Credit: First Place winner of Fourth National Monotype/Monoprint Juried Exhibition, Anna Mavromatis, “She Could Hear The Piano Playing,” 2015.


Fifth National Monotype/Monoprint Juried Exhibition

May 6 – September 2, 2018

The Art Complex Museum
189 Alden Street, Duxbury, MA

In celebration of the expansive vision and myriad techniques employed by monotype and monoprint artists throughout the United States, the Monotype Guild of New England announces its Fifth National Juried Exhibition. The Monotype Guild of New England invites artists working in the monotype and monoprint medium to submit up to THREE monotypes or monoprints.

Entry Deadline:
February 15, 2018

JUROR: JUDITH K. BRODSKY, Board Chair, New York Foundation for the Arts, is Distinguished Professor Emerita, Department of Visual Arts, Rutgers University; Founder, Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, renamed the Brodsky Center in her honor; Founder, Rutgers Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities and The Feminist Art Project, a national program to promote recognition of women artists; Organizer and Curator of The Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art, and Society (2012); Founder and Chair of the international city-wide print festival, Philagrafika (2010); Past National President of ArtTable, the College Art Association, and the Women’s Caucus for Art; Former Dean, Associate Provost, and Chair of the art department, Rutgers campus at Newark; Contributor to the first comprehensive history of the American women’s movement in art,The Power of Feminist Art; An organizer of Momentum, a project focusing on women and transgender artists who use technology.

A printmaker and artist, Brodsky’s work is in many permanent collections including the Harvard University Museums, Library of Congress,Victoria & Albert, London, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, and Stadtsmuseum, Berlin. Brodsky works in series. Her last series was titled “Memoir of an Assimilated Family,” over 100 etchings based on old family photographs. Her current series is “The 20 Most Important Scientific Questions of the 21st Century.” Learn more about Judith Brodsky here.

AWARDS: The Juror will review the selected work once it is delivered to the Art Museum Complex. She will select prize, and award winners–1st Prize: $1,000; 2nd Prize: $500; 3rd Prize: $300; plus Material and Honorable Mention awards.

ENTRY FEE: Members $35, Nonmembers $55, non-refundable. Each artist may submit up to three prints. Diptychs and triptychs will count as one entry. MGNE membership is open to all. To become a member, go to:

ELIGIBILITY: Entry is open to all US artists working in the monotype and  monoprint medium. Submissions must be original, one-of-a-kind prints created in the last five years. Work shown in previous MGNE national exhibitions may not be submitted again.The Exhibition Committee and the Juror may reject any piece that differs significantly from the accepted digital image, does not fit the criteria, or is not framed in a suitable manner for museum display.

Please read the following definitions to be sure that your work is eligible: A monotype is made by drawing, painting or inking on a surface and transferring the image to a sheet of paper. The image is not repeatable. A monoprint contains lines or images that can be repeated exactly, from one impression to the next, such as etched lines, a linocut or a lithograph. The artist varies the inking, composition or other elements to create a unique print.