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Events and Exhibitions Opportunities News

CERAMIC COMPETITIONS AROUND THE GLOBE: NOVEMBER 2021

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

Entry Deadline: 19 November 2021
Tom Bass Figurative Art Prize

Up to $18,000 in prize money
Paddington NSW
Click HERE

Entry Deadline: 30 November 2021
The Shelley Simpson Ceramics Prize

$13,000 in prizes and 3-month paid internships
Click HERE.

Entry Deadline: 30 November 2021
North Sydney Art Prize
Prizes up to $41,000. *See website for curatorial theme
North Sydney NSW
Click HERE

Entry Deadline: 12 December 2021
Napier Waller Art Prize
$10,000 + in prizes - *opportunity for current/former Australian Defence Force personnel
Canberra ACT
Click HERE.

Open call to 31 December 2021                                         
MOKO Gallery
Halls Gap VIC
Click HERE.  

Entry Deadline: 13 February 2022
The Alice Prize
Up to $30,000, acquisitive
Alice Springs NT
Click HERE.

Entry Deadline: February 2022 (exact date TBA)
Clunes Ceramic Award
$10,000 + in prizes
Clunes, VIC
Click HERE.

Entry Deadline: 18 March 2022
Mandorla Art Award

Religious theme, up to $42,000 in prize money
New Norcia WA
Click HERE.

Entry Deadline: 15 April 2022 at 5pm
2022 Biennial North Queensland Ceramic Awards
$10,000 prize
Click HERE.

Entry Deadline: 31 July 2022
Ceramic Break Triennial Art Prize
Up to $12 000 acquisition prize
Warialda NSW
Click HERE.

Open Call
Ballarat Art and Lifestyle Retreat AIR

Ballarat, VIC
Click HERE.

Open all year round
ACT Arts Activities Funding up to $5,000

Click HERE.

Open all year round
Quick Response Grants

$1,500; application submitted on last Sunday of every month for assessment
Click HERE.

Open Call 2021
Public Art – Library Sculpture Plinth

Gallery Lane Cove, NSW
Click HERE.

EIO open for 2021
The Kaya Sulc Studio Residency, Noosa Hinterland

QLD
Click HERE.

Open Call
Eramboo Artist Environment AIR

Near Kuringai Chase National Park, Sydney NSW
Click HERE.

Open Call
Fremantle Arts Centre AIR

WA
Click HERE.

Open Call
Ballarat Art and Lifestyle Retreat AIR

VIC
Click HERE.

Open Call
Big Ci Artist Residency

Located on the edge of Wollemi National Park, Bilpin NSW
Click HERE.

Open all year round
ACT Arts Activities Funding up to $5,000

Click HERE.

Open all year round
Regional Arts Fund Tasmania Quick Response Grants

$1,500; application submitted on last Sunday of every month for assessment
Click HERE.

               
INTERNATIONAL 

Entry Deadline: 16 November  2021
Hopper Prize

Grants up to $3,000 USD
Click HERE.
 

INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCIES

Worldwide Network of Artist Residencies
Click HERE.

Open Call
Auckland Studio Potters AIR

NZ
Click HERE.

Open Call for 2021 Residencies
Artist in Residence in remote location in Westfjords Iceland

ICELAND
Click HERE.

Open Call
Chateau Orquevaux AIR

FRANCE
Click HERE.

Open Call
c.r.e.t.a Rome AIR

ITALY
Click HERE.

Open Call
Kunstkollektivet 8B Artist Residency in Unnerud

Ceramic and textile facilities
DENMARK
Click HERE.

Open Call
International Ceramic Studio

HUNGARY
Click HERE.

Open Call
Skopelos Foundation for the Arts

A.I.R. March through December; two weeks to two months.
Skopelos Island, GREECE
Click HERE.

Open Call
Wendy Gers: online mentoring,coaching, residencies and retreats 

FRANCE
Click HERE.

Open Call
Artist Residency Thailand

Several different types of residencies available
Chiang Mai, THAILAND
Click HERE.

Open Call
Cloud Forest Collective Ceramics AIR
Spring, Summer, Winter; 3-month terms
TAIWAN
Click HERE.


USA & AMERICAS

Open Call
AIR Vermont Studio Centre

USA
Click HERE.


Thanks to Tracey Mitchell for compiling this list. 

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