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11 April - 13 June 2015

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18 March 2015
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.
3 March 2015
By taking part in a-n's survey your views will help shape the exhibition fee guidelines that they will test with the sector this year and will also get us one step closer to ensuring that all artists receive a fee for exhibiting their work #payingartists
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.

UNIT#1 Ben Lloyd, The Road To New York

Coming up in our UNIT#1 project space, Ben Lloyd presents his new work The Road To New York.
11th April - 2nd May 2015

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Contemporary Communities - artist opportunity

Following a successful bid to the Arts Council of Wales, g39 is seeking proposals from artists to creatively facilitate a research and development project called Contemporary Communities. The artist will work with people in g39ís local area, engaging groups and individuals in the community through creative learning initiatives. The focus of these initiatives will be on skills and knowledge sharing. The project aims to give people in g39ís locality an increased sense of ownership over the organisation and the ability to confidently engage with contemporary art practice.

Fee: £9,500
Closing date: Tuesday 7 April
Interviews: Friday 17 April

Click on the link below to download an application pack

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