British Ceramics Biennial Award

Website: http://www.britishceramicsbiennial.com/content/award

The Award exhibition will take place during the fifth British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent in autumn 2017. Artists are asked to submit proposals, outlining what work they would seek to present if selected. It is a condition that all work proposed will be current (no more than three years old). They anticipate that many of the artists will propose to make new work for the 2017 exhibition. All artists must be resident in the UK. Ten short-listed artists will be given a grant of £500 for use in meeting costs of the preparation of their proposed work and its delivery to the exhibition venue. A single cash prize of £5,000 will be made.

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Expires: March 6, 2017


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