The IPF are delighted to announce a distinction sittings on 20th November 2021. Given the current restrictions, this will be an online assessment event. We are inviting you to attend. Please complete the form below to get an attendance invite via Zoom:
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Tommy Mcdermott says
Is there any sign of a return to physical judging In a venue in front of the prints that are up for assessment. The restrictions are eased enough now to allow for this ( even if it is without an audience ).
For anyone who has put the work into preparing a panel in print its fair that the prints are physically judged if possible and with the country now back at work Im wondering when should we expect to see the judges back in a room viewing the actual prints ?