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CCP’s Annual Members Exhibition 2022



November 28 – December 4, from 12 – 5 PM
December 11, 2022 – February 19, 2023

Dear Members,

It is that time again – time for CCP’s annual exhibition of prints by our member artists. It occurred to me that while I see many of you here in the studios over the course of the year, I don’t see all of you, which leads me to wonder what your printmaking practice is like and where you are within your body of work.

Rather than set everyone off on a theme of my choosing, one that invites you to explore an idea or path that I set forth, I thought it would be a good use of everyone’s time to ask for

submissions of work demonstrating where you are right now. I am most curious about what themes, processes, subject matter you are currently working through. One of the great things about the members’ exhibition is that we have so many different presentations of work, when visiting the gallery, moving from one to the next to next is energizing in that we can showcase the variety and originality of each artist’s vision within printmaking. I’m eager to push that further because I believe showcasing each of you as you share your current focus will yield an exciting body of work.

So bring me your vibrant, quiet, graphic, representative, abstract, traditional, conceptual, subtle, bold, playful, serious, your current place of focus so we can celebrate the depth and breadth of our artist members and the many facets of the CCP community.

Kimberly Henrikson

Executive Director



• BEST IN SHOW: Solo exhibition in the Center’s Lithography Studio Gallery to coincide with the Annual Members Exhibition 2023

• SECOND PRIZE: Half-day with CCP Printer

• HONORABLE MENTIONS: One-day studio rental

• BINNIE BIRSTEIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS: 2 Awards of $250 each to be put towards a CCP workshop





Awards Juror

Amy Smith-Stewart

Chief Curator at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Amy Smith-Stewart is Chief Curator at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. Since 2013 she has organized forty-two exhibitions and projects at the Museum. Her current curatorial project is 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone (co-curated). It revisits the historic exhibition, Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists, curated by Lucy R. Lippard in 1971 and joins it with a new roster of twenty-six female-identifying and nonbinary emerging artists to track the evolution of feminist art practices over half a century.


Only current CCP Members are eligible to participate.

Submissions must be original fine art prints, including monotypes, monoprints, and unique impressions. Traditional printmaking mediums such as woodcut, intaglio, lithography, and silkscreen are eligible, as are digital prints. (No drawings, photographs, or direct reproductions are eligible). All prints must be signed in pencil by the artist. Paper size may not exceed 30 x 22 inches (full sheet). Prints must have been created on or after January 1, 2022, and must not have been previously exhibited at CCP.

Each member may submit one original print. All prints must be for sale.

Prints must be submitted with foam core backing and Plexiglas cut to size. CCP does not provide the foam core or the Plexiglas. Prints can be matted, preferably with a neutral color mat. Prints will be installed using “L” fasteners provided by CCP.

CCP will begin accepting work the week of November 28, 2022. No submissions accepted after December 4, 2022. Mailed entries must be received by December 4, 2022.



Label should include artist’s name, title and date executed (if untitled, please number), medium, dimensions, edition size and number, and price. Please affix label to foam core backing. Find the label in the Annual Members Exhibition Prospectus.



A $20 fee per artist is required to help defray the costs of the exhibition.

The submission fee can be paid on the CCP Call For Entries page at exhibitions/calls-for-entries/, over the phone at 203- 899-7999, or by check, made payable to Center for Contemporary Printmaking. Please send entry fee to:

Center for Contemporary Printmaking
Attn: Annual Members Exhibition 2022
Mathews Park
299 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850

Entries will not be considered without entry fee.


MEMBERSHIP: Only current CCP Members are eligible to participate. To become a member or renew your membership, please fill out the form and mail it, along with payment to: Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Mathews Park, 299 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850. You can also join or renew online at


LIABILITY: Although all reasonable care will be given to work submitted to this exhibition, CCP is not responsible for loss or damage to entries.