Double Exposure is a collaborative project with the Rockhampton Photography Club.
We match each printmaker with a photographer and the pair then work together on producing work(s) for the exhibition. This may cover any theme and the work can be produced in any way that you wish. Some ideas are listed on the attached information sheet but the possibilities of combining photographic and printing work together are endless. The results in past years have made for very highly regarded exhibitions.
The Coronavirus shut-down has certainly thrown all our lives into some level of disarray. I hope that you and yours are coping well with whatever situation you have found yourself in.
Of course none of us know how this is all going to progress so we are putting this year's Double Exposure exhibition on hold indefinitely. We will have the exhibition at some point - maybe later this year but maybe not until next year. We will keep assessing the situation for an opportunity and keep you posted.
In the meantime, I know that some of you had reached a point with your Double Exposure project that allows you to continue with your creations, and we encourage you to do that. Sooner or later your hard work will have its time in the sun.
However some of you have let us know that you are unable to make any progress at the moment - can't get together with your partner or can't get outside to take the photos you need or other restrictions, while the shut down continues. If you are happy with the plans your pair has made but you are not able to work on it right now, be patient and get back to it when you can. We will be sure to allow for more working time when we start looking for a new exhibition date.
If you have not been able to get started at all, or your situation has changed, don't worry. When things start to look up again we will check in with everyone about your situation and make any adjustments to pairings that might be necessary to ensure that everyone is able to be involved.
Phillipa and the DE Committee.
Postponed - General meeting, Annual General Meeting and Planning session. Start at 10 am to discuss Mission Statement and strategic direction of the group. Following on to the meetings around 2. Bring lunch.
May 31, Sunday - General meeting 1 pm
August 2, Sunday - General Meeting 1pm
September 27, Sunday - General Meeting 1pm
November 29, Sunday - Meeting and Christmas social event
Open Day and Pop-Up Shop, Saturday 14 December 2019, Studio, Walter Reid Cultural Centre.
Printable A4 poster (portrait style)
Block Printing Christmas Gifts with Nellie Lovegrove, Saturday 23 November 2019, WRCC
Creating Christmas gifts and cards, making stamps and blocks to print your own designs!
Monoprinted Flag Book with Peta Lloyd, Saturday 2 November 2019, WRCC.
Peta showing assembly of three flag book using monoprinted flags (left) and participants at work (right).
Once mastered, you will be able to create flag books in a range of sizes using a variety of materials for the 'flags'.
Concertina practice (left) and final bound books with monoprinted flags (right above and right).
Silk Screen Printing -- Member's Play Day, 26 October 2019 (Walter Reid Cultural Centre). Presented by Carmel Knowles with a focus on fabric printing.
Masu Boxes and Moscato with Amanda Lawrence, 4 October 2019 (Walter Reid Cultural Centre).
"You'll carve your own stamps to print paper with repeating patterns. Then use your unique paper to create Masu Boxes. This origami box with a lid is perfect for trinkets and gifts."
OFF THE WALL, 17-28 September 2019 (Walter Reid Cultural Centre). Eighth annual CPI exhibition, a range of unique and variable editions of original fine art prints -- on paper, textiles, artist books and sculpture. Opening guest speaker was Erin Dunne, winner of the 2019 Bayton Award and 2018 Queensland Regional Art Award.
Overwintering Project, late July 2019 mailing. Money raised by the Overwintering Project is going into research and raising awareness of the hardy migratory birds that call Australia home for part of their lives.
Rhythms, 5-14 July 2019 (Walter Reid Cultural Centre Artists).
Riverfest Drop-In Workshop, 13 July 2019, in the CPI Studio.
Double Exposure, IV - 27 May to 16 June 2019, an annual collaborative exhibition with the Rockhampton Photography Club.
Capricornia Printmakers Inc ABN 34 774 997 211 Mail: PO Box 189, Emu Park Qld 4710. E-Mail: capricorniaprintmakers @ gmail.com. Studio: G-0.8 Walter Reid Cultural Centre, Corner Derby and East Street, Rockhampton. Page last updated 18 April 2020 [lz]