Liz Miller’s residency at SPS

Liz was awarded a prize by Spike Print Studio at the National Original Print Exhibition in September 2014 for the most innovative print, expressed through process, ideas and materials. Map making and cartography are the basis of Liz’s art practice, from using traditional landscape formats to investigating concepts that are yet unmapped. She mainly works with […]

Posted July 12, 2015

The London Illustration Fair

  SUMMER FESTIVAL: PSYCHEDELIA HOXTON ARCHES, LONDON JULY 10TH – 12TH   This is a great event and this year SPS members, Paul Farrell and Pirrip Press, will be exhibiting. Click here for more info about the festival. Paul Farrell will be showing his new series of prints, Zoorama with Material Gallery in London.   Meet The […]

Posted July 8, 2015

Rodney Harris Leverhulme Artist in Residence

The School of Earth Sciences is collaborating with Spike Island artist Rodney Harris to explore new and innovative ways of interpreting William Smith’s geological map.  “The artist in residence project in the School of Earth Sciences will focus on how a contemporary interpretation of Smith’s original geological map might be achieved. It will explore the […]

Posted June 27, 2015

Look back at MA Multi-disciplinary Print Show

This year’s MA print graduate show at UWE didn’t disappoint. SPS has strong links to this MA course and many students are members of the studio. Here are some highlights from the exhibition.  Sarah Duncan    Monika Rycerz    Charlotte Biszewski    Aoife Barrett    Anthony Llyod    Caroline Case

Posted June 22, 2015

Success at RA Summer show for SPS members

Lisa Takahashi’s print ‘The Chain Gang’ is in this year’s RA Summer Exhibition and the edition sold out in under 7 hours on Buyer’s Day. The merchandise shop have also sold out of the A4 miniprints they made of her work, but they still have postcards. Petra Regent was awarded the Royal Academy British Institution […]

Posted June 14, 2015

Impressions- Fine Art Print Expo 2015

Established in 1988, Impressions is Ireland’s longest running open submission print exhibition. It encourages, promotes and exhibits the best of printmaking in Ireland.  This is particularly evident in the growth of printmaking workshops and collectives as well as the continued success of others across Ireland. This year any art work such as textiles, sculpture or installation art, […]

Posted June 3, 2015

Peter Reddick Bursary Award 2015-2016

Peter Reddick Bursary Award

Peter Reddick 5 June 1924 – 28 September 2010 Spike Print Studio offers a bursary with a value of £1500 to a new graduate to support his or her practice in relief printing. We are particularly interested in graduates who are innovative and experimental whilst using the oldest of print techniques. The bursary is for […]

Posted June 2, 2015

Open Evening for New Autumn Courses

Open Evening for New 1 year Courses and autumn learning programme Postponed – new date to be posted soon (originally 6pm – 7 pm Tuesday 1 September)   The holidays are over and it is time for Learning!  It is not too late to sign up to a course.  Come and talk to us and see […]

Posted June 1, 2015

Washi: Japan’s Handmade Paper

Exhibition and the Embassy of Japan   和紙 WASHI – PAPER Japan’s Handmade Paper   Open weekdays 09:30 – 17:30, closed weekends Admission is free, but photo ID is necessary to gain entry to the Embassy. The Embassy of Japan, 101-104 Piccadilly, London W1J 7JT The current exhibition at the Embassy of Japan looks at […]

Posted May 18, 2015

Pressing Identities 23 May – 20 June 2015 at West Yorkshire Print workshop

Contemporary Printmakers from India and Sri Lanka. Pressing Identities brings together the work of four contemporary artists all exploring notions of belonging, displacement and personal cultural heritage through the medium of printmaking. The exhibition investigates the disparate ways in which these artists express, celebrate and question the idiosyncrasies of their ethnic origins, having been born […]

Posted May 14, 2015