ARTIST OPEN CALL
- ORIGINAL PRINTS - DEMONSTRATIONS - WORKSHOPS - ARTIST TOURS - ART BUYING ADVICE - INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS
With over 250 specialist artists and exhibitors, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is the only fair in London to deal solely in contemporary printmaking, and the largest of its kind in the UK, set in the impressive former carriage factory at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
Celebrating every aspect of printmaking - from etching and lithography, to woodblock and screen-printing, exciting emerging talent sits alongside established practitioners such as Chris Ofili, Paula Rego and Norman Ackroyd RA.
With an incredible range of prints for sale and exhibitors with an unsurpassed knowledge of their craft, interactive demonstrations and workshops, and a programme of talks and tours, offer visitors of all ages an insight into the practice of printmaking and what to look for when starting to build their own collection.
WCPF appeals to both longstanding collectors and those looking to buy their first original artwork. Framing and payment plans through OwnArt available onsite.
Curated by Brocket Gallery London
Thursday 22 November
Collectors Evening 18.00-22.00
Friday 23 November
Saturday 24 November
Sunday 25 November
Take RB1 ferry service to Woolwich, Royal Arsenal from London Eye, Westminster, Embankment, Blackfriars, Bankside, London Bridge City, Tower, Canary Wharf, Greenland (Surrey Quays), Masthouse Terrace, Greenwich and North Greenwich. Fares from £6.50 River Roamer Return here.
3 minutes walk from both Woolwich Arsenal National Rail and DLR station. National Rail from London Bridge station.
53, 54, 96, 380, 422, 122, 244, 291, 469, 178, 386, 51, 161, 658, 99, 177, 180, 472 & N1
Public transport is very convenient for the fair and we recommend you use it where possible. However, if you drive to the fair, there are a limited number of Pay and Display parking spaces nearby.
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair could not be made possible without the generous support of our partners and those who have dedicated their valuable time and expertise. A special mention must also go to Peter Bullen, Matt Bell, James Elwes, Dr Rachael Sloan, Charlotte North, Caroline Manganaro, Claire Meadows and Trevor Price.