A round-up of recent shortlists, winners and awards.
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The core of the Stiwdio Safle programme is the ongoing professional development and practise of the artist and the public realm context they inhabit and respond to.
Twenty four-year old London photographer Laura Pannack has scooped top prize in the portrait singles category at this year’s World Press Photo contest for her work Graham.
Seven young people aged between sixteen and twenty-four started Suffolk’s first ever Creative Apprenticeships back in January.
Graham Crowley is one of the most distinguished living painters in the UK today. As the deadline closes on entry to the John Moores 2010 competition, Kate Brundrett asked him for his views on the competition’s significance and for his ‘take’ on the state of contemporary art practice.
This month’s prizes and awards announcements.
If success begets success then the latest incarnation of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2009 at The National Portrait Gallery is no exception.
The Crafts Council has announced the five new recipients of its Spark Plug Curator Awards. The award of
A selection of forthcoming open exhibitions, biennales and awards to artists.
As part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, the Unlimited programme is designed to celebrate disability, arts, culture and sport “on an unprecedented scale”.
Seizure by Roger Hiorns.
Prizes and awards taking place over the summer months.
Contemporary Art Society’s latest initiative, the Annual Award for Museums, will provide
“Sensuous, delicately crafted, beautiful” are not the typical adjectives one would normally affix to the kind of art featured in the Turner Prize.
Kate Brundrett talks to Paul Rooney about his work, residencies and winning this year’s Northern Art Prize.
Crafts Council Director of Programmes, Claire West talks to Jane Watt about why the Spark Plug Curator Award was initiated, the selection process and some of the exciting new curatorial ideas and works that have emerged.
Sally Booth beat competition from artists across the UK to win the annual a-n Magazine March 2009
In 2009, the Contemporary Art Society (CAS) will celebrate 100 years of purchasing thousands of works of contemporary art for museums throughout the UK. As part of the celebrations, CAS will launch a major new award open to its nationwide […]
Hans Borgonjon talks about how a Crafts Council Development Award has helped him to develop his ceramic practice and studio.
Richard William Wheater is a recipient of the Crafts Council Development Award. He talks to Jane Watt about his installation/performance work, his experience of applying for funding and the importance of being focused, but not pigeon-holed.
Selected reports on some of the UK’s prizes and awards for artists including cash prizes, solo exhibitions and professional development support.
This month’s prize winners and awards nominees.
Over 2,500 entries were submitted for the 2008 Jerwood Drawing Prize, advertised through a-n, with sixty-three works shortlisted.
Tim Birch profiles John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize in the build up to the twenty-fifth exhibition.
From more than forty entries, winners of the first Michaelhouse National Sculpture Competition are: first prize £3,000 to Anna Sikorska; second prize £2,000 to Tim Harrison, and third prize £1,000 to Ali Grant.