ISGNE Bursary Awards – The Power of Glass Symposium

Creative Europe Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe (ISGNE) Bursary Awards – The Power of Glass Symposium

North Lands Creative is offering ISGNE bursary awards for emerging artists to attend The Power of Glass Symposium at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh from 17-18 November 2022.

2022 marks the UN’s International Year of Glass, celebrating the essential role glass has and will continue to have in Society. The theme of the day Symposium looks to explore one element of this celebration, by discussing the importance of art glass as a form of social and political commentary.

North Lands Creative will award bursaries of up to £200 for use towards travel & accommodation to attend the event to members of Contemporary Glass Society, Scottish Glass Society and Glass Society of Ireland.

A fantastic opportunity for education, inspiration and networking. You can be part of the conversation to surround the future of British Glass.

How to apply

We are asking bursary awardees for creative correspondence from the event, using the North Lands Creative social media channels.

(For example, Instagram takeover, mini video interview with an artist or workshop member, creative film and photography)

A report including images to be submitted to North Lands Creative after the event.
Apply in writing to info@northlandscreative.co.uk with your C.V and a proposal of how you could cover the event.

Deadline Wednesday 16th November 2022

About ISGNE

Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe (ISGNE) is a partnership between North Lands Creative, UK, Berlin Glas Germany, Ltd. Stikla Maja Latvia and National College of Art and Design Ireland funded through the Creative Europe Co-operation projects funding strand.

ISGNE supports artists, designers, curators and cultural workers working in the field of glass across Europe through the provision of mobility visits, residencies, exhibitions, professional transnational classes and audience development initiatives such as artist-led community workshops, symposiums and an annual forum.


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