Y Lle Celf
DEADLINE: 14th February 2019
In Llanrwst a large multi media exhibition will be held and entries in all disciplines are welcome. Entrants are invited to submit work in the form of JPG images accompanied by a clear statement concerning the work.
Excellence will be honoured as follows:
THE GOLD MEDAL FOR FINE ART Apply Online Here OR Download Application form here
Prize: The Gold Medal for Fine Art (replica) and £5,000 to be awarded at the discretion of the selectors.
CRAFT AND DESIGN
THE GOLD MEDAL FOR CRAFT AND DESIGN Apply Online Here OR Download Application form here
Prize: The Gold Medal for Craft and Design (replica) and £5,000 to be awarded at the discretion of the selectors.
YOUNG ARTIST SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarship: £1,500 Apply Online Here OR Download Application form here
The Open Exhibition will be selected by:
Manon Awst (Artist)
Manon Awst is an artist and researcher, currently examining the relationship between people and their environments through site-specific art projects. She studied Architecture at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and Artistic Research at the Royal College of Art, London. She lived in Berlin for for ten years, collaborating with German artist Benjamin Walther. She now lives in Caernarfon where she has established her studio.
Bruce Haines (Independent Curator)
Bruce Haines is a gallery owner and researcher investigating alternative models of supporting artists in the commercial sector. He was exhibition organiser at Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno before moving on to work at the Institute of International Art, London. He curated John Cale’s exhibition when the musican represented Wales at the Venice Biennale in 2009. Since then he has organised over 60 exhibitions and exhibited in countless international art fairs.
Teleri Lloyd-Jones (Writer specialising in Craft & Design)
Teleri Lloyd-Jones is a writer specialising in design and crafts. After graduating from the Royal College of Art, Teleri worked at Crafts magazine before becoming editorial manager at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London. Her book Design: David Mellor was published in 2009.
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