FELTspace Graduate Award

Kate O’Boyle, ecstasis (detail), 2017. Photograph James Field.

Guildhouse are delighted to partner with FELTspace to support the FELTspace Graduate Award.

The award program is an annual initiative offered to three outstanding Visual Arts graduates, and provides the opportunity for the artists to present their work at FELTspace during the highly competitive SALA period in August 2019.

Encouraging the development of new work, the recipients have been allocated one of FELTspace’s three galleries that best suit their practice, and will receive mentoring throughout the course of the program from the FELT committee and industry leaders with the support of Guildhouse, to help bring their exhibitions to fruition.

Guildhouse are pleased to work with FELTspace to extend the benefits and outcomes of the established award program, offering support and professional development assistance throughout the mentorship program.

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FELTspace Graduate Award Exhibition 2019

Image: L-R: Craig Glasson, An assessment of space and time (detail), 2019. Angelique Joy,  Observe. Time. (detail), 2019. Nancye Turnbull,  not yet titled, 2019. Images courtesy the artists.   Opening: August 7, 2019August 8 - 24, 2019 Location: FELTspace, 12...

FELTspace Graduate Award 2018

FELTspace Graduate Award Program 2018 The FELTspace Graduate Award Program is an annual initiative, which provides three outstanding Visual Arts graduates the opportunity to present their work at FELTspace during the highly competitive August period, which aligns with...

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