Five artists have been selected for Jerwood Makers Open 2013, a unique commissioning opportunity recognising new talent in the applied arts.
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Ten shortlisted projects announced for Watershed’s £30,000 Playable City Award, aimed at artists working with technology.
Three artists share £1,500 prize fund.
Artes Mundi’s Social Contours: Art at the Borders symposium in Cardiff successfully provided a Welsh context in which to discuss the work of the prize’s international artists.
Turner Prize bashing is a national sport for some, but, argues a-n’s News Editor, this year’s winner has done a great job of reminding us why it is still important.
Installation artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva has been selected to undertake the 2013 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award Artist Residency at mima, Middlesbrough.
This year’s Turner Prize winner lambasts Michael Gove and pays tribute to Modern Art Oxford Director Michael Stanley in her passionate acceptance speech.
The fifth Artes Mundi Prize has been awarded to Mexican artist Teresa Margolles.
A £60,000 award to produce new work for regional museums has been won by The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln with artist Oliver Laric.
Four exceptional individuals recognised for their dedication to making the visual arts more accessible at the Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education.
A collection of material relating to open exhibitions, including top tips on assessing and applying for open exhibitions and on setting one up.
Five recipients of the £50,000 visual arts awards announced.
Exhibition showcases works by Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Awards winners 2012.
Three artists are in the running for a £60,000 award to produce new work for regional museums and galleries.
A new award invites artists to use creative technologies to ‘surprise, challenge and engage audiences’.
We report from the opening of the fifth Artes Mundi prize in Cardiff, featuring seven international artists including Tania Bruguera, Phil Collins and Teresa Margolles.
This year’s Turner Prize exhibition has opened at Tate Britain with a fanfare of publicity.
The six artists shortlisted for this year’s £30,000 Threadneedle Prize, chosen from the 153 works featured in the exhibition, have been announced.
With a few days to go before 2012 nominations close, we hear from two of last year’s recipients, visual artists Tom Goddard and Laura Wilson.
We talk to John Moores Painting Prize 2012 winner Sarah Pickstone, the prize’s patron Peter Blake, and judge George Shaw.
Sarah Pickstone is announced First Prize winner of John Moores Painting Prize 2012.
Olivier Larivière has won the £1,000 Exeter Contemporary Open 2012 award.
The short listed artists for the sixth Northern Art Prize are Margaret Harrison, Rosalind Nashashibi, Emily Speed and Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan.
Recent RCA graduate Karolina Glusiec awarded £8,000 First Prize for hand-drawn animation.
Carol Wyss has been named the winner of the John Ruskin Prize 2012.