a-n member Kathryn Maple speaks to Andrew Thompson about what it means to win the prize, and finding inspiration during lockdown.
Prizes and Awards - a-n The Artists Information Company
34 UK disabled artists and companies have received over £715K in funding from Unlimited to develop their work. We take a look at the work of five a-n members who have received awards as part of the 2021 programme.
Glasgow based artist becomes 12th recipient of the £15,000 Margaret Tait Award, Scotland’s most prestigious moving image prize for artists.
Curator Polly Brannan part of cohort to receive bespoke professional development opportunity that works to develop leaders from across a wide range of cultural disciplines and sectors.
Following the launch of the John Moores Painting Prize virtual exhibition last week, we look at the work of a-n members included in the online show.
Following the announcement of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2020 Awards winners last week, we take a look at the works of a-n members included in the online show.
67 paintings have been included on the John Moores Painting Prize 2020 longlist and will feature in an exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery from 12 February to 27 June 2021.
Moscow based photographer wins £15,000, plus an additional £1,250 for being the winner of the Mental Health series category, in prize designed to help combat health taboos.
44 photos by 25 professional, amateur and student photographers shortlisted for second edition of £1,250 prize, whose theme this year is mental health.
Eighth edition of prize will give five early-career UK-based artists and makers the opportunity to develop new works to be presented in London at Jerwood Space in June 2021.
Cardiff-based a-n member Sean Edwards amongst recipients of £10,000 bursaries, which have been distributed after Tate Britain announced it would not be possible to stage a Turner Prize exhibition this year.
Two winners of prize launched in response to the lockdown will receive an award of Fred Aldous gift vouchers worth £100.
Liverpool-based FACT has announced the 10 recipients of its awards to support early-career artists and artist groups in the north of England to create work from home.
Five artists will receive a support package including a cash award of £4,000, mentoring and advice, space and time to develop ideas and new work, and the opportunity to showcase it.
Emergence Bursary recipient Lauren Saunders, who is known for primarily working with drawing and collage, discusses the impact the award has had on her practice and her plans for the future.
For the first time, John Moores Painting Prize is offering a new Emerging Artist Prize with the winner receiving £2,500 in prize money plus money for art materials and a residency at Elephant West. John Moores Painting Prize Project Manager Katherine Lloyd explains more about the award.
National Museums Liverpool has announced the jury for the next edition of the John Moores Painting Prize which will see almost £40,000 of award money split across seven prizes, including a new Emerging Artist Prize.
The award from National Lottery Heritage Fund activates a grant of almost £1m from Arts Council England, which will help transform historic Islington Mill into a 21st century community art space.
Selected artists Silvia Rosi and Theo Simpson each received £10,000 to produce a new body of work for exhibition at Jerwood Space, London, plus a production fund of £5,000 and high profile mentoring support from an international panel of experts. Jack Hutchinson attended the launch of the exhibition and met the artists.
Four artists have been shortlisted for the £15,000 commission, which will premiere at Glasgow Film Festival in 2021 and subsequently tour with LUX Scotland.
Yorkshire-based institution recipient of £100,000 prize given to a regional UK arts organisation to mount a major solo show dedicated to a mid-career woman artist.
This year’s Turner Prize is to be shared by the four shortlisted artists Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Tai Shani and Oscar Murillo who urged the judges not to choose any of them as a single winner.
The winner of the award supporting emerging graduates will receive a bursary of £2,000, plus bespoke mentoring for 12 months.
The London-based artist who works across moving image, sculpture, photography and performance receives £10,000 prize during a ceremony at London’s Barbican Centre.
Five visual artists will each receive a ‘no strings attached’ £60,000 grant in the annual Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists.