Monthly Archives: April 2018

Artist Talk : Clare Humphries

Please join us at East London Printmakers on 22nd May at 7pm, to hear artist-in-residence Clare Humphries discuss her practice. Clare was born in Melbourne Australia and has recently moved to London to live and work. She will discuss her interest in the notion of aura and her body of work “Near Sighted” shown earlier this year at the Australian Print Workshop. Clare will also share insights into her methodology and discuss printmaking in Australia, drawing on her experiences as a lecturer at The University of Melbourne and RMIT University, as well as her role on the Print Council of Australia.

You can RSVP via our event bright page –

Or, email our studio co-ordindator at [email protected]

Project Keyholder Applications

Are you a confident printmaker who has a particular project in mind and needs some good solid access to printmaking facilities?

Our Project Keyholder residency may be exactly what you are looking for.

Artists/designers will have the opportunity to gain 24 hour access to the studio 4.5 days a week for 8 consecutive weeks. The aim of the project is to encourage and promote the professional development of creative individuals. This will also be an opportunity to engage with other artists and designers working in the studio, creating a platform for discussion and collaboration.

Applicants are invited to submit a proposal for a project lasting 8 consecutive weeks.

For more details on this opportunity and our A.I.R opportunity please see the following link.

If you have any enquiries or would like a word.doc version of the application form please do get in touch with our studio coordinator via [email protected]

Daniela Rizzi

Daniela Rizzi is a London based artist, she studied at Middlesex University where she obtained a BA(Hons) in Fine Art and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. She also graduated from Camberwell College of Arts with a Masters Degree in Printmaking.

Daniela works mainly in series and her work evolves through the process of working and as such is intuitive, and part of it progresses with certain definitive ideas. She is interested in exploring formal and informal aspects of image making and personal concerns define her artwork. She exhibits regularly and has work held in the Victoria and Albert Museum and private collections. She is a member of the Printmakers Council, East London Printmakers and a studio member of the Barbican Arts Group Trust.

She has won the Michael Rothenstein Trophy, the London Print Studio Prize and is a lecturer at Kensington and Chelsea college.