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Thursday 25 April 2024
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Compact Prints Jnr

Umbrella welcomes the next generation of printmakers with our first Compact Prints Jnr program in 2024. Drawing on the popularity of the previous Students in Case program (2010-2016), Compact Prints Jnr aims to provide an opportunity for school students based in the North Queensland region to professionally exhibit their work and to exchange prints with other students. Participation is free for Compact Prints Jnr and prints will not be auctioned or sold. At the end of the exhibition, prints will be exchanged through a random selection process with other participating schools.

To participate, teachers must adhere to the following deadlines:


5pm Friday 29 March 2024 - register (via the form on this page) their contact details and quantity of students in the class.


5pm Friday 31 May 2024 - download the template spreadsheet on this page, complete the full details for their classes' prints, then upload the completed spreadsheet via the upload field below.


5pm Thursday 6 June 2024 - Deliver each students' 2 identical prints to Umbrella.


1 - 31 August 2024 (during Umbrella's usual opening hours) - collect their students’ exhibition and exchanged prints. 


There is a cap on the quantity of participating classes to this program and exhibition, due to limited exhibition space. Once teachers have registered 150+ students, the registration form will be removed from this page. In this instance, teachers can join the waitlist for potential cancellations or future iterations of the program by contacting us.  

Participation from individual students, and classes based outside of the North Queensland region, is still welcomed in Compact Prints, however in that instance, the registration fee and details must be submitted individually per the standard registration process here

Artwork restrictions and recommendations
Participating students must provide 2 prints from 1 artwork edition. The paper size of each print must measure 12 x 12cm however the print may be any size on that paper (including full-page bleeds). Prints that are oversized may be omitted or cropped. Prints can include other materials / methods (e.g. chine-collé, stitching) provided that a form of printing is the primary method, and that each of the 2 prints is identical. Umbrella encourages students to print on high-quality acid-free paper. Digital prints cannot just be photographs - they must be manipulated. There is no set theme however Umbrella reserves the right to monitor or refuse work that may cause offence to the general public. The prints must be newly created (after 1 January 2023).

Exhibition details
The exhibition opening will commence 6pm Friday 21 June 2024. The exhibition will be on display 21 June - 21 July 2024.

Exchange details
After the exhibition closes, Umbrella will select pairings for artwork exchanges using an automated, randomised process. Each teacher will receive a spreadsheet letter detailing the students' prints they are receiving and which school received their exchange print. 

Full terms and conditions are listed below. 

Terms and conditions
1. The project, artwork restrictions, registration, artwork details and artwork delivery details are all outlined on this page and must be adhered to by teachers and their students.
2. Umbrella reserves the right to postpone or extend dates for COVID-19 restrictions or any other reason, and would update the dates at this page if applicable.
3. Umbrella will handle all works with care. However, no responsibility will be taken for works damaged or lost.
4. The submission and teacher contact details must be current and correct. If the contact details change, they must email updated details to [email protected] by 31 May 2024.
5. Each student must (and is limited to) present 1 artwork edition with two prints.
6. The teacher agrees to notify Umbrella if unable to enter their work by the deadline to complete the exchange.
7. Teachers and students are responsible for the cost of producing the work and delivering them to Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts.
8. Teachers (on behalf of their students) agree to adhere to all terms and conditions as outlined including exhibiting their work in Umbrella's gallery, and having their work reproduced online and in print (including use for promotional purposes). Should an artist's image be used for promotion, Umbrella will endeavour to credit the artist whenever possible.
9. Teachers must receive completed and signed permission from all participating students' guardians for the above participations, via the downloadable consent form, and pass on these permissions to Umbrella as one compiled PDF document, along with the completed artwork details spreadsheet.
10. Due to the limitations of this website, registrations and uploads cannot be automatically emailed to teachers / coordinators. To check your registration was successful, or to receive a copy of your form submission, please contact us

CP Jnr Registration

Teacher / coordinator details

By completing this form you will be the primary contact for coordinating your class' students and prints.
Please list any secondary contact details, if applicable
Please list any that apply.
School + class details

Schools must be based in the North Queensland region and teachers must be able to deliver and collect prints in person per the program terms and conditions.
Please list the range of years if multiple apply
Please provide an estimate or minimum to maximum quantity if the exact number of students is yet to be confirmed.
Please include area code/s if applicable.
I agree to adhere to the full conditions of entry and deadlines listed on this page and in the associated notes.

CP Jnr Print Details

Submissions

Please include one file ONLY in each upload below. The consent forms file should be a PDF of all scanned student photography consent forms. The print details spreadsheet should list all artwork details for all participating students. You may also upload an optional high res image for potential promotional use - please choose your favourite print, scan or photograph it on a white background, and title the file with the student's name.

Consent forms * Upload File

Print details spreadsheet * Upload File

Image Upload File

I agree to adhere to the full conditions of entry listed on this page and in the associated notes. I agree to deliver the listed prints to Umbrella by the listed deadline and afterwards collect between the listed dates.
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Gurambilbarra (Townsville),
Qld, 4810 Australia

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Acknowledgement of Country

Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts respectfully acknowledges the Wulgurukaba of Gurambilbarra and Yunbenun and the surrounding groups of our region; Bindal, Gugu Badhan, Nywaigi, Warrgamay, Bandjin and Gudjal as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather, share and celebrate local creative practice. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first people of Australia. They have never ceded sovereignty and remain strong in their enduring connection to land and Culture.

Umbrella is a Dealer Member of the Indigenous Art Code. This means we are committed to fair and ethical trade with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and transparency in the promotion and sale of artwork. As a Dealer Member and signatory to the Code we must act fairly, honestly, professionally and in good conscience in all direct or indirect dealings with artists.

Acknowledgements

Umbrella is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy, and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments. | Umbrella is supported by the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation and receives funds through the Australian Cultural Fund. | Townsville City Council is a funding partner of Umbrella's program.