Prints '63. Studio One Printmakers.

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Prints '63. Studio One Printmakers.


Skinner Galleries (1963 – 1963)

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1 September 1963 – 1 September 1963)

Castlemaine Art Gallery And Historical Museum (1 September 1963 – 1 September 1963)

Rudy Komon Art Gallery. (1 September 1963 – 1 September 1963)

Douglas Gallery (1 September 1963 – 1 September 1963)

National Gallery Of Victoria [1]. (11 September 1963 – 6 October 1963)

Bonython Art Gallery [Adelaide 1] (1 October 1963 – 1 October 1963)

Yosheido Gallery (1964 – 1964)


(1963 – 1964)


Multi-artist travelling exhibition. Located: Australia. Prints.


6pp. [P-RAB]; Invitation. [P-RAB].

Country of context



Studio One Printmakers is a group of artists who while pursuing their separate ways as painters combine as printmakers. Their aim is to lift printmaking in Australia to a professional standard and to hold exhibitions both here and overseas. It is hoped to encourage print-making by inviting other artists to exhibit with the group and especially younger and as yet unknown artists. The group is based at the Print Studio of the RMIT Art School, and the artists wish to thank Mr V. Greenhahgh for making the studio available and for his support since its formation in 1961. This is their first exhibition. (blurb). Opened by John Brack (Invitation).