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From August 17th to 27th, 2016
Award presentation/reception: Friday, August 19th, 7-10PM

Satellite Project Space
121 Dundas St, London

The Ontario Miniature Print Exhibition showcases the work of Ontario-based artists who took up the challenge to produce prints in a wide variety of printmaking mediums – relief, etching, lithography, silkscreen, digital, 3D prints – on a small scale, the dimensions not exceeding 15 x 15 x 15 cm. 

The exhibition is organized by Print London, a collective of local printmakers and juried by distinguished professionals in the arts, Cassandra Getty, Curator of Art, Museum London, Patrick Mahon, Professor, Western University, and Jenna Faye Powell, Director, Forest City Gallery.

Awards will be presented at an opening reception to be held on Friday, August 19th from 7 – 10 pm and the winner of the First Prize will be invited to present an artist talk on a later date.

Artists in the exhibition:

Anne Abbass
Sally Ayre
Helene Bautista
Janet Horne Cozens
Susan Cunningham
Jessica Desparois
Eric Field
Brenda Fuhrman
Laine Groeneweg
Jen Hamilton
Amy Harrington
Astrid Ho
Mary Kroetsch
Ryan Laidman
Jenn Law
Lorna Livey
Liz Menard
Eric Mummery
Shogo Okada
Loree Ovens
Jessica Palmer
Kurt Pammer
Zane Pate
Robert Quance
Irina Schestakowich
Cathy Senitt
Roger Sutcliffe
Todd Tremeer
Agustin Rolando Rojas
Ann Unger
Amy Uyeda

The exhibition and all events are free to the public.


Satellite Award Exhibition

From September 1st to 15th, 2016
Reception: Friday, September 9th, 7-10PM

Satellite Project Space
121 Dundas St, London

The first Satellite Award Exhibition celebrates London’s most promising emerging artistic talents. The exhibition will be open to the public Thursday, September 1st and will run through Thursday, September 15th. A reception will be held Friday, September 9 7-10PM with the artists present.

The four artists in the exhibition have been chosen by the educational partner institutions of Satellite Project Space, Bealarts, Fanshawe College, and Western University, each artist representing their respective program from which they graduated this year such as the Bealart Foundation program, Fanshawe College Fine Art Diploma program, and Western University’s Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts programs. The exhibition is an opportunity for the artists to show their work to the public in a professional setting at an important milestone in their artistic career, having just completed their professional training.

Artists in the exhibition:

Michelle Bunton, Western University, BFA
Tess Davey, Bealart Foundation Program
Amanda Melo, Fanshawe College, Fine Art Diploma
Jason Stovall, Western University, MFA

Jason Stovall, Untitled, 2016
oil on canvas, 38 x 32 inches