Prize-giving: FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2021
- Date: Wednesday 20 October 2021, 17:30 – 18:30
- Location: Off-campus
- Cost: Free online event
The winner of this year's FUAM Graduate Art Prize will be announced at this live online event.
Now in its ninth year, the prize and exhibition, supported by the Friends of University Art & Music (FUAM), rewards the artistic excellence of students completing BA studies in Art and Design and Fine Art at the University of Leeds in 2021.
The judges have made their decision: the official announcement of the FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2021 winner will be made at this online evening event hosted by The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery.
The judging panel comprises Masud Khokhar (University Librarian and Keeper of the Brotherton Collection), Holly Grange (Exhibitions Curator, Leeds Art Gallery) and Professor Ann Sumner (freelance art historian).
The winner of the People's Choice Award will also be revealed.
The winning artist will be on hand to offer a short artist talk, with time for questions.
The finalists were selected by an expert panel of judges following submissions from recent graduates of the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies and School of Design at the University of Leeds.
The four finalists are:
Natasha Evans (BA Art and Design)
Ibrahim Ince (BA Fine Art with History of Art)
Sidonie Knight (BA Fine Art)
Michelle Muratori (BA Art and Design)
Visit the online exhibition to view their work.
Watch the finalists discuss their work in a Meet the Artist Youtube playlist.
The People’s Choice Award
Have your say and vote for your favourite artwork.
How to book
This event will be hosted online on Zoom. The joining link will be emailed to registered attendees one day before the start time.
Ibrahim Ince, all that is left of you (laid out on a table), 2021. Virtual reality space shown as HD video, displayed through a projector onto a table (90x60xm).
Sidonie Knight, A Trace of Touch: Psoriasis, 2021. Scanning Electron Microscope image of a trace of my psoriatic touch. 5000 × magnification. Digital image. 1800 × 1200 px.