40³ Exhibition

Group exhibition

Opening date: 06/10/2017

Closing date: 29/10/2017

The Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

A comprehensive exhibition and series of participatory events: highlighting the extraordinary range of technique, imagery and vision of both past and current printmaking community. 40 Years, 40 Prints, 40 Printmakers is a testament to BPW’s printmaking facilities, showcasing the legacy and spirit of a thriving network of artists.

The exhibition features members work alongside prints that each member has chosen from the archive. 

2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the Belfast Print Workshop. To celebrate this achievement, we have created a project which reflects our longstanding commitment to the atelier tradition. Showcasing the most ambitious selection of artworks from our studio to date, and adopting new methods of engagement to meet the demand of our current following as well as attracting new participants to our existing programme. 

For information on the public programme please visit the Crescent Arts Centre website

Artists Members – Alison Fitzgerald, Anushiya Sundaralingam, Coby Moore, Dónall Billings, Dora McAvera, Eamonn McCrory, Fiona Ní Mhaoilir, Georgia McBride, Helen Lavery, Ivan Frew, Jackie Crooks, James Allen, James Millar, Jonathan Brennan, Josephine McCormick, Julz Marulina, Karen Daye-Hutchinson, Leo Boyd, Liam De Frinse, Linda McBurney, Lynda Hamilton, Marg McArdell, Maura Lynch, Michael Doherty, Pauline Clancy, Pilar Morales C, Raquel Amat Parra, Stephen Conlon

Artists chosen from the archive – Alfonso Monreal, Anne Clarke, Anushiya Sundaralingam, Barbara Rae, Basil Blackshaw, Bill Penney, Diarmuid Delargy, Ebrahim Ehrari, Elaine Megaghy, F Friel, Gemma Gore, Hughie O’Donoghue, James Millar, John A Evans, Karen Daye-Hutchinson, Kent Jones, Mary Farl Powers, Nick Morley, Paul Seawright, Raymond Henshaw, Una Hyland, Veronica Wallis

The Exhibition and programme of events is kindly supported by the Belfast City Council Arts and Heritage Grant, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.