2015-18 Member’s Traveling Exhibition

The SGC International 2015-18 Member’s Traveling Exhibit has been juried by noted printmaker Ruth Weisberg and features 52 works from 51 North American and international artists. It celebrates the diversity and vibrancy of printmaking, while engaging a broad range of contemporary themes and processes.

Exhibition Schedule

March 6 – 29, 2015
Emporium Arts Center

Knoxville, TN

In conjunction with SPHERE: SGC International Conference


August 15 – September 30, 2015

Lillian Davis Hogan Gallery

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota

Winona, MN


November 1 – 30, 2015

Savannah College of Art and Design Printmaking Department Gallery

Alexander Hall

Savannah, GA


January 11 – February 13, 2016

Contemporary Gallery: Center for Art & Theatre

Georgia Southern University

Statesboro, GA



January 21 – February 3, 2017

Jack Olson Gallery

Northern Illinois University

DeKalb, IL


November 2017

Eastern Michigan University

Ypsilanti, MI


Artists Included in the Exhibition:

Todd Anderson, Katherine Aoki, Arturo Araujo, Kristen Bartel, Edward Bateman, Douglas Bosley, Mark Bovey, James Boychuk-Hunter, Kristin Leigh Calhoun, Aaron Coleman, Andrew DeCaen, Jean Dibble, Stacy Elko, DebiLynn Fendley, Donald Furst, Joan Karissa Gallego, Shelley Gipson, A Johnston-Schuster, Alan Larkin, Yvonne Leonard, Joseph Lupo, Beauvais Lyons, Ben Moreau, Marcia Morse, Beej Nierengarten-Smith, Meghan O’Connor, Dennis Olsen, Carrie Ann Plank, DeAnn Prosia, Jeera Rattanangkoon, Rosalyn Richards, Clifton Riley, Benjamin Rinehart, Kimberly Ritchie, Mark Ritchie, Hannah Sanders, Nick Satinover, Terry Schupbach-Gordon, Jason Scuilla, Geoff Silvis, Alan Singer, Grace Sippy, Robin Smith Peck, Ralph Steeds, Otis Tamasauskas, Tracy Templeton, Caroline Thorington, Ericka Walker, Joshua Watts, Art Werger Koichi Yamamoto.



Interested in Hosting the Exhibition?

SGC International is actively seeking venues for the Member’s Traveling Exhibit during its three year tour ending in 2018. Juried by noted printmaker Ruth Weisberg, the exhibit features 52 works from 51 North American and international artists. It celebrates the diversity and vibrancy of printmaking, while engaging a broad range of contemporary themes and processes. If you think your gallery or institution would be interested in hosting this special traveling exhibition, contact the SGCI Traveling Exhibition Coordinator at internalaffairs@sgcinternational.org.


Exhibition Guidelines

General Description: The exhibition is comprised of prints and graphic materials by members of the SGC International. Included are a variety of images and print processes. All are original works of art. Each two-dimensional work is framed under plexiglass and ready to hang. The exhibition will be crated in sturdy soft-pack crates. Included with the exhibition are labels for the work and catalogs and a press packet.


General Provisions: The exhibitor will exercise all reasonable care in the handling and security of the works of art while in its care/custody. The exhibitor is responsible for storage, installation, filing damage reports, repacking and shipping to the next destination. The coordinator will provide an exhibition checklist, damage report, and schedule with contact names of all exhibition sites. The hosting institution will not hold the SGC International or its members responsible in the event of any delay or damage resulting in the exhibition not being available or suitable for exhibition during the loan period indicated above.


Insurance: Works should be insured for 100.00 each during the exhibition and for $1000.00 total for shipping. Insurance is the responsibility of the exhibitor/shipper. All artists have released liability to the SGC International and the hosting institution for their work and this insurance is primarily for frame/mat/plexi replacement cost.


Sales: Works in the exhibition are not for sale during the duration of the traveling exhibition.


Publicity: The exhibitor shall be responsible for all publicity. Copies of all publicity, reviews and other printed material related to the exhibition should be forwarded to the coordinator at the close of the exhibition.


Rental Fee: A fee of 150.00 shall be paid to the SGC International within 30 days of the close of the exhibition. An invoice will be provided.


Shipping Cost: The exhibitor shall be responsible for the shipping and shipping cost to the next destination. Work may be shipped as “printed matter” or “display material” classification to lower shipping costs.  Works should be shipped by common carrier. Contact and shipping information for the next venue will be provided by the coordinator.