If you experience problems with the online entry process, including payments by Stripe, or if you have any questions about entering Jerwood Makers Open that can not be answered by reading the RULES & GUIDELINES, or by looking at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), please email Parker Harris or tel. 01372 462190
Jerwood Makers Open is an initiative to support artists working within the applied arts and has been developed to create a space in which to recognise and celebrate the significance of making practice and process within contemporary visual arts. Further questions are listed below regarding eligibility, but if having read these you are still unsure, please contact the exhibition organisers, Parker Harris.
If your work is straight forward film or photographic work, i.e. traditional photographic prints created from various subjects and themes, then we would advise you that they would not be relevant for this opportunity. However, if you are using photography or film as part of an applied arts practice, then that would be relevant. Whilst this initiative looks to explore the wider context of contemporary applied arts practice, please note that the decision of the Selection Panel is final and binding. If you are still unsure about eligibility, please contact the exhibition organisers, Parker Harris.
Not necessarily, as this initiative aims to support artists working within the applied arts. However, if you are expanding your practice and are proposing works that cross in to the applied arts field, then these may be relevant. Whilst this initiative looks to explore the wider context of contemporary applied arts practice, please note that the decision of the Selection Panel is final and binding. If you are still unsure, please contact the exhibition organisers, Parker Harris.
The entry fee is £10 per maker. Makers may only enter once, but can upload 6 images to support their application.
We are trying to encourage all applicants to enter online in order to reduce our paper usage and speed up the application process. However, if you are unable to process an application online, please contact the exhibition organisers, Parker Harris, well in advance of the application deadline for information about how to submit an application. Email Parker Harris or tel. 01372 462190.
No. Jerwood Makers Open seeks to offer opportunities for makers who have finished their formal training or who have been committed to an active practice for up to 10 years.
Yes, Jerwood Makers Open is open to makers who are within 10 years of setting up their practice.
Yes, Jerwood Makers Open is open to all makers currently resident in the UK regardless of where they were born.
Applicants should have been resident in the UK at least the last three years.
No, Jerwood Makers Open is only open to artists resident in the UK.
Artist will be notified by 17 October 2016 if they have been selected for interview.
Images: check that each of your image files are 500kb or less and that they are the accepted file types (either JPG, TIFF, or PNG.) CV and Statement: check that your CV and statement are either Microsoft Word docs, RTF files or similar, or that they are pdf’s, and that they have the appropriate suffix, ie: .doc, .docx, pdf, .txt, or .rtf. If you still encounter problems, please contact Parker Harris or 01372 462190.
At this stage only a brief budget outline and timeline are required and should be included within your 800 word statement. We are asking for this information so that we know you have acknowledged the commissioning amount, £7,500, and that you are aware of the timescale, i.e. that your newly commissioned work needs to be completed and ready for exhibition by end of May 2017.
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