2016 Print Awards Prizes
The 2016 International Print Awards includes a number of residency, bursary and purchase prizes. These include:
The Bryan Robertson Trust Award – £4000
A cash prize awarded to one artist
Winner: Nif Hodgson
Paupers Press Residency Prize*
An opportunity for a UK based artist to work with Paupers Press in London to develop and create a new work which would be launched during The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy in 2017. Accommodation and travel are not included.
Winner: Hormazd Narielwalla
V&A Print Prize *
The winning print will be included in the V&A’s collection and featured on the V&A’s website with text about the print by Gill Saunders, Senior Curator (Prints). Note: Please be aware that the artist of the winning print will be required to donate their print to the V&A collection.
Winner: Tom Hammick
Clifford Chance Purchase Prize
An acquisition for the award winning collection of original prints held by the international law firm Clifford Chance, and an opportunity to exhibit a wider selection at the firm’s London offices’
Winner: Manami Ito
National Glass Centre Residency Prize *
An opportunity for an artist to explore techniques in glass and print supported by specialist staff using National Glass Centre’s extensive production facilities (i.e. screenprinting, kilnforming, waterjet cutting, hot glass and sandblasting). This prize will support the costs of travel within the UK, accommodation and materials.
Winner: Sun Ju Lee
- The Birgit Skiӧld International Residency Prize at Northern Print This is a short residency open to non-UK based artists. This prize includes travel and accommodation to use Northern Print's printmaking studio in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Winner: Lisa Andrén
Printmaking Today Prize
An editorial feature in the UK’s most prestigious print magazine. This prize is voted for by the public from a shortlist selected by Printmaking Today.
To be announced once voting has finished. Click here to place your vote.
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