To honor the memory of Nina Hole, one of the founders of Guldagergaard, a trust has been established in her name. The Nina Hole Memorial Residency Award supports residencies at the International Ceramic Research Center Guldagergaard. Contributions are welcomed.
Deposits to the fund may be made to the Danish Bank
Account: 3511 – 11 83 85 88
Iban nr. DK 5730000011838588
or via Paypal account Guldagergaard email@example.com.
Read Mette Blum Marcher’s obituary in Danish here.
OPEN TO ART – DEADLINE POSTPONED!
The deadline to attend the second edition of Open to Art, the International Competition of Ceramic Art and Design, has been extended to July 29, 2016.
Open to Art
Created and promoted by Officine Saffi, Open to Art confirms its status as a tool for enhancing and promoting the use of ceramics in contemporary art and design. The competition also represents an opportunity for reflecting on the latest developments in visual design and technology. Open to Art is a competition open to artists of any age, without thematic constraints and with the only requirement that ceramic has to be the principal material used in the work. You can compete for a choice of two sections: Art Ceramics or Design Ceramics.
An international jury will assess the works submitted, according to criteria of quality, research, originality and contemporaneity of the artwork
Want to know more? Visit the website.
– A chance to exhibit art work at the prestigious international gallery, Officine Saffi
– Cash prizes of 5.000 €
– Artists Residency at Guldagergaard – International Ceramic Research Center, International Ceramic Art Festival in Sasama or Studio Amfora in Seinäjoki in Finland
– 2 Production Prizes by FabLabMilano and Museo Carlo Zauli
– 1 Under 30 Prize sponsored by Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan
– 1 Solo Show Prize sponsored by Museo Del Design 1880 – 1980, Milan
– 1 Special Prize of 500 euro offered by Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Artei
Guldagergaard, Kunstnerlavet KIT, Skælskør City Office, and Gallery Købmandsgården invites all ceramic and art enthusiasts to join us for a day of ceramic celebration in Skælskør.
The very first Ceramic Festival was held in 2015, and it was a tremendous success. More than 5,000 guests visited the festival and it was the most busy day of trade of the entire year.
We have therefore decided to expand the festival, and this year we have invited 60 ceramic artists,set up a ceramic workshop on the harbour, invited artists to work live, and curated 12 different special exhibitions with Nina Hole, Priscilla Mouritzen, Ane-Katrine von Bülow and many many more – we hope you will join.
Read more at www.keramikfestival.dk
On July 14th, Guldagergaard will host a workshop and networking event in connection with the Ceramic Festival 2016 in Skælskør.
The programme will include guest lectures by Assistant Professor Mia Mulvey from University of Denver, ceramist Sverre Tveito and ceramist Priscilla Mouritzen. You will also get a tour of Guldagergaard and a presentation of the plaster and mold studio, the 3D Printer and the Kiln Yard.
Registration: 400 DKK (free for artists exhibiting at the Ceramic Festival)
Read more about the festival here.
Alice in Wonderland has been a great inspiration for Guldagergaard.
At Guldagergaard we provide a great opportunity to work focused with the characters of this magnificent adventure, whether it’s the Mad Hatters Tea Party or the White Rabbit.
The symposia will involve both the Guldagergaard Sculpture Park and the Apple House Gallery.
15th August – 1st October 2016
Application deadline: May 1st 2016.
Please click here for details.
“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
“Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
– Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
The adventure of Alice in Wonderland has been a great inspiration for Guldagergaard. It is therefore with great pleasure that we invite you to a symposium on Guldagergaard based on the famous and charming adventure.
In the last weekend of the symposium, the work will culminate in an event worthy of the adventure – maybe we’ll even have a tea party, who knows? We only know we are looking forward to see you there!
– Paul Scott,
– Malene Hartmann Rasmussen,
– Steve Bowers,
– Richard Shaw,
– Sten Lykke Madsen
Sign up for the event by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about the symposium here.
Are you a recent graduate, and would you like to expand your network, kick-start your career, work closely with other emerging artist, and take part in shaping the future of ceramics? Then apply for the Project Network Symposium 2016-2017.
The Project Network Symposium will take place:
– 1st Session: November 1st – December 13th, 2016 at Guldagergaard
– 2nd Session: January 2nd – February 14th, 2016 at Guldagergaard