Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2019

Website: https://www.barbicanartsgrouptrust.co.uk/artworks-open.html

Submissions now open for Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2019 prize-winning show selected by Emma Talbot & Alex Schady. There are several prizes on offer for selected exhibiting artists including, £1,000 cash and solo show, £500 cash and solo show, two 6-week residencies and the £200 A.P. Fitzpatrick materials prize (+ studio visit if winner’s studio in London). Only works with dimensions (including frame) up to 100 cms height, width or depth will be accepted for exhibition. The following submission fee(s) apply: £12 one work, £24 two works, £33 three works, and £40 four works (Each artist may submit up to 4 works.)

0

Expires: October 24, 2019


Similar Opportunities

20th July 2020

Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022

The Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022 are a major opportunity for UK-based moving-image artists in the first five years of developing their professional practice. Jerwood Arts and Film and Video Umbrella invite… Continue Reading Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022

24th July 2020

Pier – Residencies for Black Artists

As part of their Re-Imagine Europe programme, Lighthouse has developed a ‘residency at home’ series awarding support for three black artists. This is an opportunity for artists, practitioners, produce… Continue Reading Pier – Residencies for Black Artists

30th July 2020

Season for Change – Common Ground Commissions

Season for Change are delighted to launch Common Ground, a programme of four £10,000 commissions for artists, makers or creators, and a professional development programme focused on cultural climate l… Continue Reading Season for Change – Common Ground Commissions


Related articles / resources


Featured project

Peer Mentoring workshop at the ICA

Z-Crits

Z-Crits is a new project that seeks to support artists during lock down by providing an online space for them to connect, share work and reflect on the challenges of working at the current time. The d… Continue Reading Z-Crits

Read more


Comments