We're pleased to be involved in this new visual arts award from Cortijada Los Gázquez, the creative retreat where Angie was artist-in-residence earlier this year as part of their Joya: arte + ecología program.
Submissions in water-based medium on or with paper are invited in this competition which has an environmental agenda, referencing the contrary character of climate change.
The prize is a two week residency at Cortijada Los Gázquez, including travel costs within Europe, plus the sole use of a studio and 20 hectares of land for the duration.
The selectors are:
Ana García López (Vice Dean for Institutional Relations and Professor at the Drawing Department. Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Granada - Spain)
Rebecca Fortnum (Artist - Reader in Fine Art, University of the Arts - London, UK)
Louise Short (Artist - Bristol, UK)
David Crawforth (Artist - Director at Beaconsfield - London, UK)
Molly Hogg (Collector - London, UK)
Melissa Marks (Artist - NYC, USA)
Angie Lewin (Artist - Norfolk and Scotland, UK)
Simon Lewin (Proprietor - St Jude’s - Norfolk and Scotland, UK)
Gonzaga Gómez-Cortázar Romero (Communications co-ordinator for Joya: arte + ecología - Spain)
Simon and Donna Beckmann (Founders of Joya: arte + ecología - Spain)
The closing date for submission is 31st December 2011. For full details visit the Cortijada Los Gázquez blog.