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UNIT(e) 2015

15 January - 14 March 2015

Following a successful pilot year in 2014, g39 is making an open invitation to 12 artists, groups and curators to take over the modular Unit spaces for production, presentation and development. Working alongside the Library residency project, the focus of the season is on dialogue and production. A number of spaces will be constructed that are development spaces during the weekdays, with public access limited to Saturdays throughout the period.

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18 February 2015
The Kim Fielding Award is a brand new 5000 award for a creative individual or group. Applications are now open, deadline 13th March 2015.
The KFA are looking for projects that demonstrate some transformative potential for the awardee(s) and some public event element to take place in Cardiff, UK - this may be an exhibition, a performance, or something else entirely.
26 November 2014
Yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Maldwyn ar Gororau cynhelir arddangosfa aml-gyfrwng arbrofol newydd a chroesewir ceisiadau ym mhob disgyblaeth, boed celfyddyd gain neu gelfyddyd gymhwysol (gan gynnwys y ddelwedd symudol neu berfformans).
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At the Montgomeryshire & the Marches 2015 National Eisteddfod of Wales a new experimental multi media exhibition will be held. Applications in both fine and applied art (including the moving image and performance art) are welcome.

Megan Broadmeadow selected for MTSA

Congratulations to Megan Broadmeadow who has been awarded the 2015/16 Mark Tanner Sculpture Award. Megan developed and exhibited her psychedelic new body of work Under The Influence with g39 last year.
Megan was selected from 216 applicants from across the UK, by a panel comprising Laurence Sillars, Chief Curator at the Baltic, Gateshead, British sculptor Richard Wilson, current Mark Tanner Sculpture Award holder Kate Lyddon, and MTSA trustee Rebecca Scott.

The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award is the most significant award for emerging artists working in the field of sculpture in the UK: offering 8,000 in financial support towards the making of new work, plus a solo show at Standpoint Gallery.
The MTSA seeks to reward outstanding and innovative practice, with a particular interest in work that demonstrates a commitment to process, or sensitivity to material.

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Seeking artists: Jerwood Painting Fellowships 2016 call for entries

Jerwood Charitable Foundation are currently seeking applicants for the Jerwood Painting Fellowships 2016 and have specifically asked asked g39 as one of their network partners to help encourage applications from ambitious and committed artists, particularly those in the early stages of their careers.
The Fellowships will provide three outstanding emerging painters with a bursary of 10,000, the support of a mentor for a period of a year, and a group exhibition in the Jerwood Visual Arts programme at Jerwood Space, London and on a UK tour. They are open to artists who are within the first five years of their professional practice, and the closing date for applications is approaching, on 2 March 2015. This year's mentors include Dan Coombs, Jane Harris and Phoebe Unwin.
Please note there is no requirement to have attended art school or university.


Sefydliad Elusennol Jerwood hyn o bryd yn chwilio am ymgeiswyr ar gyfer y Paentio Jerwood Cymrodoriaethau 2016 ac wedi gofyn yn benodol g39 fel un o'u partneriaid rhwydwaith i helpu i annog ceisiadau gan artistiaid uchelgeisiol ac ymroddedig, yn enwedig y rhai yng nghyfnod cynnar eu gyrfaoedd.
Bydd y Cymrodoriaethau yn darparu tri arlunwyr sy'n dod i'r amlwg rhagorol gyda bwrsariaeth o 10,000, cefnogaeth mentor am gyfnod o flwyddyn, ac arddangosfa ar y cyd yn y rhaglen Celfyddydau Gweledol Jerwood yn Jerwood Space, Llundain ac ar daith yn y DU. Maent yn agored i artistiaid sydd o fewn y pum mlynedd cyntaf eu hymarfer proffesiynol, a'r dyddiad cau ar gyfer ceisiadau yn agosu, ar 2 Mawrth 2015. mentoriaid eleni yn cynnwys Dan Coombs, Jane Harris a Phoebe Unwin.
Sylwch nid oes unrhyw ofyniad i wedi mynychu ysgol gelf neu brifysgol.

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