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Drawing conclusion

Seventy-seven artists have been shortlisted for 2007 Jerwood Drawing Prize, which includes a first prize of £6,000, a second prize of £3,000, and two student awards each of £1,000. Included are Holly Antrum, Lucy Austin, Catherine Bertola, Lizzie Cannon, Julie […]

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Jewellery prize

Susan Cross and Adam Paxon are joint winners of the 2007 Jerwood Applied Arts Prize.

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Genio Malvedo
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Creative Wales

Michael Cousin is one of five visual artists to receive a major Creative Wales award in the 2006/7 round.

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Ninna Nanna
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Maxmara prize for women

American artist Margaret Salmon was announced winner of the first MaxMara Art Prize for Women in January.

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The Vanishing
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Emerging painters show

London-based Melanie Russell and Camilla Wilson are amongst thirty artists selected for the Jerwood Contemporary Painters exhibition.

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Prize withdrawn

The Jerwood Photography Award worth £2,000 presented in December 2006 to Paul Plews has now been withdrawn following a complaint. The photographer’s submitted works, one of which was featured on the December issue of a-n Magazine, were taken from a […]

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I Love America And America Loves Me
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Prizes and awards

Art prizes are much valued by artists, not only because they provide some much-needed cash that can go towards new work but also for their profile-raising value that supports artists’ career development.

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Art not oil

Art Not Oil is a non-profit project aimed at encouraging artists to create work that explores the damage that oil companies are doing to the planet, and the role art can play in counteracting that damage.

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Long After Tonight
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Beck’s Futures

The thirteen nominees for this year’s £20,000 Beck’s Futures prize have been announced:

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Albatross
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Bedwyr Williams

Gordon Dalton discusses the career progress of Bedwyr Williams, including Venice Biennale, his Paul Hamlyn Award and having a base in North Wales.

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Field
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Bombay Sapphire Prize

Carolyn Black profiles the Bombay Sapphire Prize and explores the nuances of commercial sponsorship of prizes, awards and commissions.

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Close-up Ball
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Prestigious prizes

Judith Dean's proposal to cast a small rectangular section of ploughed field in bronze amongst the lawns of Ragley Hall won this year's Jerwood Sculpture Prize, a £25,000 commission. Field will have a dark brown patine to represent rich, fertile […]

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Silk Moves
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Public works

Four artists won £5,000 each for their proposals for art in public places projects in the 2005 Art Plus Awards. A joint scheme between Arts Council England, South East and the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) designed to encourage […]

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An Evening with Jabba the Hutt
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Glittering prizes

A plethora of shortlists and prize-winners have recently been announced, making April a bonanza prize month.

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Silver Vessel and Stained Copper Vessel
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Welsh awards

The creativity of artists living in Wales is marked by Arts Council Wales’ annual Creative Wales Awards. With over £215,000 offered to nineteen artists across all artforms, these awards provide valuable ‘time out’ to review current practice and research new […]

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C5 prizewinners

Penny Klepuszewska, a 2003 graduate from Nottingham Trent University and Chris Boyd, a Manchester Metropolitan University second-year interactive arts student were joint winners of the UK Art Prize 2004, that attracted over 40,000 entries and created ten finalists. They shared […]

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Prize awarded

Myfanwy Johns won the £2,500 Indigo Art Prize, a new opportunity promoted in a-n Magazine and on www.a-n.co.uk. Launched in September by Indigo Art – the UK’s leading suppliers of bespoke artwork to interior design projects within the hotel/leisure industry […]

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Pottery award

Leading studio potter Julian Stair, whose work appears in museums and galleries around the world, has won a £7,400 Queen Elizabeth Scholarship. This will enable him to develop and consolidate his research into collaborating with industry to produce thrown pots […]

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The Oyster's Our World
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Susan Collis

I’m drawn towards work that offers two opposing features or truths.

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Butterflies
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Rewards

Designers Shin and Tomoko Azumi – featured in our online Signpost: new graduates’ guide to being an artist on www.a-n.co.uk – are amongst the shortlisted artists for the tenth Jerwood Applied Arts Prize. Talking in 2002 about their approach, they […]

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Hood, and Flow
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Creative Scotland Awards

Eight artists have each received £30,000 to develop a creative project as part of the delivery of the Creative Scotland Awards. Making these cross-art form awards in March, Chair of the Scottish Arts Council Creative Scotland Awards 2004 judging panel […]

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Visual arts first

The 2004 Sonning Prize is to be awarded this month to the British-Palestinian sculptor, performance and installation artist Mona Hatoum. Awarded every other year by the University of Copenhagen, it is offered to a man or woman “who has significantly […]

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Photography prize

From over eighty nominations, Robert Adams, Peter Fraser, David Goldblatt and Joel Sternfeld were shortlisted for this year’s Citigroup Photography Prize. The winner is due to be announced on 4 March. Now in its eighth year, this prize has become […]

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Letters – 2004 February

Following a public demonstration at the National Portrait Gallery’s 2003 BP Portrait Award, we are writing to voice our concerns about the issue. We believe climate change is the greatest weapon of mass destruction that we face. It is mostly […]

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