Modalità di Partecipazione
Per poter prendere parte alle selezioni di Artistar Jewels 2017 i candidati dovranno inviare all'indirizzo e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org una breve biogra a e alcune foto dei gioielli che si vogliono sottoporre a selezione corredate da descrizione tecnica/concettuale.
Criteri di selezione per partecipare ad Artistar Jewels 2017:
- Pezzi unici o piccole serie
- Gioielli dallo stile riconoscibile e dal forte impatto comunicativo
- Creazioni realizzate con materiali tradizionali ma reinterpretati in maniera originale e personale dall'artista, o materiali di ricerca e innovativi.
What are the ENJOIA'T awards?
ENJOIA'T, An Award for Contemporary Jewelry Making,
is a unique event within the sector, which has been rewarding the most outstanding proposals within the field of jewellery making for professionals as well as students during the last 22 years.
However, ENJOIA'T is not just an award, and you will not find just jewelry. ENJOIA'T is much more than all this, since it is also a celebration of creativity, an indispensable meeting point for professionals in the sector, and a platform from which to show the public your creative project.
In fact, ENJOIA'T rewards originality, technical quality, conceptual richness and transgression in the field of jewelry making so much as to question its own limits.
Do you dare to participate?
You can fill out the registration form here
The proper fees must be paid in full at the moment of registration, in cash at our offices or by bank transfer into the association's account.
deadline 15 July
Concorso Internazionale Silver
deadline 25 marzo 2016
Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery
An internationally lauded contemporary jeweller and object maker, Mari Funaki was instrumental in establishing Melbourne's reputation as a strong centre for contemporary jewellery, founding Gallery Funaki in 1995.
The Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery was established in 2014 to celebrate the life of our friend and founder, and to recognise the talents of emerging and established artists worldwide.
Prizes are offered in two categories. The Established Artist prize of A$8000 is an acquisitive prize, with the winning piece entering the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria. The Emerging Artist prize of A$2000 is a non-acquisitive prize. The selected work will be exhibited at Gallery Funaki in a major exhibition in August-September 2016.
Applications open: Friday 18 March 2016
Applications close: Sunday 15 May 2016 (11.59pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Finalists notified: Thursday 30 June 2016
Work/s received by: Friday 29 July 2016
Exhibition dates: Tuesday 23 August – Saturday 24 September 2016
Details of the inaugural Award (2014) can be viewed on the Gallery Funaki website.
After the success of the biennial “METALLOphone: personally” 2014, where fifty artists from twenty countries (Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, USA, Columbia, Poland, Sweden, Greece, Australia, Spain, The Netherlands, Israel, Germany, Italy, (n.b. South) Korea, Belgium, United Kingdom, Ireland, Argentina and Japan) have presented their works, this year the event returns with a new mission - to connect different artists around the world who speak one identical metal language.