The shortlist for the John Moores 25 Contemporary Painting Prize was announced in July.
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The Jerwood Foundation, one of the UKs best supporters of artists practice through their awards and prizes programmes, has a focus this month on photography.
Imagine attending a concert but instead of sitting or standing, you walk.
Animate Projects is looking for ambitious, original and thought-provoking proposals that develop the possibilities of animation: films that explore ideas of what animation is, with new forms and processes, compelling narratives, and challenging content.
Kate Stoddart profiles Adam Paxon, who makes one-off sculptural jewellery in plastic, covering his career development and impact of winning prizes like Jerwood Applied Arts Prize in 2007.
Manick Govinda explores The Arts Foundation’s numerous awards for individual artists and looks at the impact they have on the receipients.
Eighty-one artists have been selected from 235 applicants for the 2008 Glass Biennale exhibition.
Manick Govinda talks to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye about her practice and the impact of awards from deciBel and The Arts Foundation.
Sixteen professional artists from across the arts disciplines received a Creative Wales Award from The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) in March.
Manick Govindas profile of Paul Hamlyn Foundation, one of the most respected and innovative grant-giving trusts in the UK
Artist-led strategies to support professional development have often proved to be the most successful.
Manick Govinda on the often secretive processes behind awards by nomination as well as the benefits for artists in terms of recognition and critical acclaim.
Nina Madden explores the myriad of awards offered by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.
Nina Madden gives an overview of some of the visual art prizes selected from open submission competitions.
Are you thinking of applying for a grant or award? Over £2.3m was openly offered in these categories through a-ns Jobs and opportunities last year. As its a highly competitive activity, weve compiled this guide to making applications, including some top tips from a range of experienced artists, curators, and arts professionals…
The UK boasts literally hundreds of visual arts competitions annually. Here, we look at some of the most significant opens and prizes on offer this year.
Jerwood Space, London
19 September – 18 October 2007
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 […]
Susan Cross and Adam Paxon are joint winners of the 2007 Jerwood Applied Arts Prize.
Michael Cousin is one of five visual artists to receive a major Creative Wales award in the 2006/7 round.
American artist Margaret Salmon was announced winner of the first MaxMara Art Prize for Women in January.
London-based Melanie Russell and Camilla Wilson are amongst thirty artists selected for the Jerwood Contemporary Painters exhibition.
The Jerwood Photography Award worth £2,000 presented in December 2006 to Paul Plews has now been withdrawn following a complaint. The photographers submitted works, one of which was featured on the December issue of a-n Magazine, were taken from a […]
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.
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.