New Work is a juried group exhibition with an open call to CSP members.

Artists may submit work that promotes the practice and appreciation of fine art contemporary printmaking. All hand pulled printmaking media, with the exception of works that are solely digital or reproductions of other artworks will be considered. Radius Gallery will handle all exhibition marketing, labels, insurance, and title vinyl. Artist commission is 60% of the sale. Artists are responsible for delivery and pick-up of artwork.

Deadline for entry Friday, April 8, 5:00 pm Pacific Standard Time

Due to the ongoing uncertainties with Covid19 and social distancing this exhibition will be an online only show located on the CSP website. Physical exhibition space has been secured for the 108th Annual Exhibition in 2022.


October 17: Deadline for entries on Submittable

November 1: Exhibition opens

ELIGIBILITY: Open to current Artist, Student, Lifetime, and Honorary CSP members.


Entries: CSP members may enter one work.

All printmaking media, with the exception of works that are solely digital, are acceptable. Works may combine traditional printmaking techniques with digital or other media.

Read this post for direct link to submission.

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TRACES of Print Day in May
June 15–September 15, 2021
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Print Day in May and the California Society of Printmakers are pleased to announce TRACES of Print Day in May, an online exhibition of prints highlighting artwork made during Print Day in May 2020–2021.

Four CSP members are included in this highly competitive, international exhibition. Austin Buckingham, Israel Campos, Cathie Crawford, and Francis Valesco. Israel Campos has received the juror’s award selected by Liz Chaflin. Congratulations All!

Traces are marks, features, trails and tracks. To trace is to discover, pursue, find and track. The history of humanity can be traced through artists, their marks, pursuits, recordings and questions.

The Jurors:
Liz Chalfin, Founder Zea Mays Printmaking, Florence Massachusetts, USA
Raymond Arnold, Founder LARQ, Tasmania, Australia
Yamilys Brito Jorge, Director Taller Experimental de Grafica, Havana, Cuba

The California Society of Printmakers is excited to continue our participation in the global art intervention, Extraction: Art at the Edge of the Abyss with a series of CSP exhibitions, events and projects taking place through 2021. Over 20,000 artists and organizations are participating internationally. Extraction: Response to the Changing World Environment is the second in our exhibition series on this theme.

Call for Entries:
Sanchez Art Center
East Wing Gallery
1220 B Linda Mar
Pacifica, California
July 16–August 15, 2021

The California Society of Printmakers is pleased to announce our participation in the global art intervention, Extraction: Art at the Edge of the Abyss with the first of our exhibitions in this series, Searching For Meaning, opening at Gallery Route One, April 3–May 9, 2021 in Point Reyes Station, California.

This exhibition explores climate change and the impacts of extracting resources from the earth not only on the global ecosystem but also human ecology. As humans navigate this new changing world environment, we find ourselves searching for meaning. Juror, Dana Harris Seeger asks “If we can create the meaning that we all search for, how will we exemplify that? What will it look like?”