Rising Stars at New Ashgate Gallery

Website: http://www.newashgate.org.uk/information-for-artists/call-for-makers-rising-stars-2017-at-new-ashgate-gallery

Rising Stars is a curated platform for students and recent graduates from BA and MA crafts, design and applied arts programmes across the UK. The programme will consist of the Rising Stars exhibition at New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham; professional development events, a national symposium; and a catalogue. The programme will present a professional development award of £500 and a solo exhibition at New Ashgate in 2018 for one of the makers in the exhibition. Submissions are invited from students and recent graduates who completed their study in last 36 months.

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