WORK WEEK PRIZE
So happy to have won the Artquest Work Week Prize 2018.
Artquest initiated this prize in 2013 when Art Licks Weekend began, which awards a prize of £1,000 to be shared amongst the organiser and exhibiting artists.
Art Licks Weekend supports and promotes artist-led and small-scale exhibitions and projects in east and south-east London. The Workweek Prize celebrates and encourages artist-led and independent curatorial projects and their support of the local and international art scene.
The winner of the Workweek Prize is the shortlisted candidate who presents, in the judges’ opinion, an exhibition / project that:
Displays a high level of critical awareness of current artistic practices
Engages with a broad range of publics, outside of the traditional art world
Produces work that is risk-taking, innovative and timely, and displays the strong collaborative approach that helps artist-led activity succeed
Winners and shortlisted projects
Winners and projects shortlisted for the Workweek Prize are:
guest judge: Helen Nisbet, independent curator, Visiting Lecturer at the RCA and a member of the Arts Council Collection’s Acquisitions Committee