NG Art Creative Residency prides itself on the awards, prizes & sponsorships it offers international artists. We have a number of opportunities available with more to come…

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Galerie Heimat & NG Art Creative Residency Art Prize 2021

We are excited to announce the NG Art Creative Residency and Galerie Heimat Art Prize 2021, Provence, South of France.

The judging committee for the art prize consists of Laura Gascoigne (UK), a freelance critic and commentator on the visual arts, and Kate Bryan (UK), the Head of Collections for Soho House.

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Covid Special

We are sponsoring selected multidisciplinary artists to apply for
a 3 week complimentary residency with half board and lodging within our sumptuous 15th century pilgrim’s inn in Eygalieres, Provence, the South of France.

This wonderful opportunity includes the use of a large shared studio, a dedicated arts library, 4 hectares of olive groves, the opportunity to exhibit in our seasonal exhibition, wining and dining with the locals, exploring the region with your fellow creatives and experiencing the delights of all that Provence has to offer.

Passionate about the arts, and recognising the current need to foster creatives in need, we are thrilled to offer our unyielding support to our kindred spirits during the Covid pandemic.

We are seeking expressions of interest for the following dates:
Thursday 22 October – Thursday 12 November 2020 inclusive and Friday 20 November – Friday 4 December 2020 inclusive.

Submit a proposal.

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Sponsor an Artist @ NG Art Creative Residency

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The Stanley Quek Art Prize @
NG Art Creative Residency

We are thrilled to announce the Stanley Quek Art Prize, generously gifted by Stanley Quek to the NG Art Creative Residency.

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The Domaine Henri Milan & NG Art Creative Residency Art Prize

This season we are excited to announce the inaugural Domaine Henri Milan Art Prize, a contemporary acquisitive art award and partnership between Henri Milan and NG Art Creative Residency to be judged by Professor Anita Taylor and curator Gary Sangster.

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NG Art Creative Residency Prize 2019/2020

The NG Art Creative Residency Prize aims to discover and celebrate emerging and established creative talents from a variety of disciplines.

The Prize Winners will receive a free two-week placement at the NG Art Creative Residency in Eygalieres, Provence both in November 2019 and February 2020. This includes board and lodging, mentorship and residency-related outings, valued at up to AUD$2,000/ USD$1,435/ €1,244/ £1,106.

The Prize winners will have the opportunity to explore the Provence region, learn the native tongue and try their hand at traditional Provencal cooking. They will engage with fellow creatives and the local artistic community at evening soirées, feasts for the senses dinners and special events. They will also have the chance to exhibit their work in France in the 12th century Eglise St Laurent Eygalieres, for a 3 week exhibition in May 2020, attracting large international audiences.

The competition is multidisciplinary; It is open to artists, writers, poets, musicians, performers, filmmakers, photographers, academic scholars, and other creatives who seek to enrich their process, embark on imaginative endeavours and immerse themselves in an environment of reflection and creative freedom.

Please email creative@ngart.com.au if you would like to receive an Information Pack with full Terms and Conditions.


Submitting an Application

Please email the following to creative@ngart.com.au with ‘NG Art Creative Residency Prize 2020’ in the subject.

One PDF document of no more than 10MB including:
• All entries must include your full name, date, title, creative medium, address and contact details.
• 300 words outlining the expected outcomes of your proposed residency and how the opportunity will assist in the development of your practice.
• A biography in paragraph form of no more than 250 words noting recent key achievements such as exhibitions, art or literary awards, grants, residencies, prizes, etc.
• A copy of your current CV (max. two pages), detailing any residencies and/or exhibitions in the forthcoming calendar year, or any other commitments requiring international travel.

No more than 6 images (JPEGs) – labelled with your name and artwork titles.

November applications are now closed for 2019.
February application deadline TBC.

Successful applicants will be notified within the following week.