The Next Thing - Moving Image Award
Deadline: 21/10/2019 | Published: 14/06/2019 | Venue: Bury Art Museum | City: Bury | Country: United Kingdom | Anna Columbine
The Next Thing - Moving Image Award is now open for submissions. Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is inviting recent graduates of UK fine art courses and alternative art school students whose practice has a focus towards moving image to enter this exciting opportunity.
The ten most promising artists discovered through the submission process will be given the chance to showcase their work in the Moving Image Gallery from 9 November 2019 to 25 January 2020. The overall winner will be awarded £250 in order to aid the creation of future works.
Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre’s moving image award is now in its third year and we would like to invite recent graduates of UK fine art courses and alternative art achool students whose practise has a focus toward moving image to enter this exciting opportunity. The aim of the competition is to discover the best video/film/moving image artists emerging from UK art schools, and offer them a high quality professional development opportunity.
Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is committed to investing in the next generation of Moving Image artists.
Since its inception, in 2013, our Moving Image Gallery has showcased works from emerging and established artists such as Juntae T.J. Hwang, Rachel Maclean, Mark Leckey, Sejla Kameric, David Blandy & Larry Achiampong, Aslan Gaisumov.
You are eligible to apply for this opportunity if you graduated or are graduating at BA, MA or PhD or have attended an alternative art school in the years, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019. Artwork must have a fine art practice orientation.
Submitting an application
Please send work that best represents your practice as weblinks to your Vimeo or YouTube sites. Please remember to give your images legible file names.
You will be asked to submit an artist’s statement (500 words maximum). This statement should include information about your artistic practice and describe the works you have submitted as part of your application. A maximum of three works can be sent, single channel, each work lasting no more than 20 minutes. Only one work will be selected if successful.
Complete with your contact details and outlining the title, media, date, and format of each of the artworks you are submitting (including any specific technical or display requirements of the work). Successful applicants will then be asked to send the curator a link to download the video via WeTransfer Dropbox etc.
The deadline for applications is 5pm, Monday 21 October 2019.
We regret that Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is unable to respond to unsuccessful applications individually. Selection will take place in October and only successful applicants will be informed. If you have not had a response from us by 1 November please assume your application has not been unsuccessful on this occasion.
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