Application deadline: 29 November, 5pm.
The Golden Fleece Award provides funding for artists working in all forms of visual, craft and applied arts. It is the largest prize open to both artists and makers in Ireland, and it aims to provide resources for creative practitioners to innovate and develop their work at critical points in their careers. The Award is open to emerging, mid-career and established artists and makers who are resident on or originally from the island of Ireland. The prize fund fluctuates from year to year but is generally in the region of €20,000 overall, comprising one or more major Awards and several smaller Merit or Special Awards. How the fund is distributed varies annually at the Trustees’ discretion.
All applications are assessed by a five-person specialist Advisory Panel. For the 2020 Award this includes Patrick T. Murphy (Panel Chair + Director, Royal Hibernian Academy), Declan Long (art critic + co-director of NCAD’s MA ‘Art in the Contemporary World’), Catherine Marshall (art historian, curator + editor), Ann Mulrooney (Director, Science Gallery Dublin) and Angela O’Kelly (jeweller + Head of Design for Body & Environment at NCAD).
Applications must be made via the Online Application Form. To apply, please submit:
– Personal artistic statement (max 300 words)
– Why you are applying for funding (max. 300 words)
– Budget (max. 200 words)
– 6 images of recent work (plus video/audio files if you work with video or sound)
– Names + contact details of 2 referees
– An image of your signature
There is no submission fee to apply. For more information and application details see: goldenfleeceaward.com/how-to-apply…