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Collaborative Communities: International Exchange and Residencies (III)

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Stiwdio Maelor—Unintentionally Establishing a Residency Program

Veronica Calarco

Printmaker, Artist

Aberystwyth University

Veronica Calarco is an artist printmaker who is currently completing a practice led PhD in printmaking at Aberystwyth University. She is a co-director of Aberystwyth Printmakers and founder of artist in residence program Stiwdio Maelor. After completing a degree in Printmaking and a Postgraduate degree in Weaving at the Australian National University, Veronica worked for a decade as a community artist in Canberra, The Kimberleys and Alice Springs, until eventually deciding to concentrate on her own art practise. Veronica has participated in exhibitions and residencies since the 1990’s and completed significant community art projects in Australia and the UK.

Dundee Print Collective—Social and Inclusive Printmaking

Scott Hudson

Printmaker, Printmaker

Dundee Print Collective

Scott Hudson is a printmaker based in Dundee, Scotland. Graduating in 1996 from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design-University of Dundee, in Illustration and Printmaking. Currently employed at Dundee Contemporary Arts as a Print Studio coordinator. He established Dundee Print Collective (DPC) in 2014, to promote and encourage printmaking as a social, educational and creative collaboration between individuals from diverse and different walks of life. DPC has a growing membership, with over one hundred artists creating limited editions, exhibiting in Scotland and internationally.

International printmaking projects at the Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts Łódź, Poland: Summer Courses PATA, collaborative exhibitions, print conferences and symposia.

ALICJA HABISIAK-MATCZAK

Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist, Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist

The Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts Łódź

Alicja Habisiak-Matczak was born in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland in 1978. Between 1997 and 2002 she studied at the Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. Between 2003 - 2004 she took up a postgraduate course in printmaking at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino, Italy and at the International Art Centre KAUS Urbino. Since 2004 she is a teacher at her alma mater, currently as the Head of the Intaglio Techniques Studio. She is the author of 22 personal exhibitions in Poland and abroad and participant of over 160 international print and drawing exhibitions. She received 15 awards and honorable mentions in contests in Poland, Romania, Spain, Italy and Canada. Participant of numerous print conferences. She conducted workshops in Europe, Argentina and Canada. Since 2013 she has been the initiator and coordinator of the International Summer Courses Printmaking and Textile Art (PATA) at her home Academy.

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