NWCF MW Award Nominations

North-West Ceramics Foundation Mayer Wosk Award of Excellence
Nominations can be made by individual artists or by third parties. There are no requirements expected of the recipient, who is selected from the nominations by a panel of experts familiar with the work of BC-based ceramic artists. Recipients make short presentations on their work at an award ceremony. The recipient must have worked in BC for five years and be a current resident; must have a public exhibit record; and must have made a significant contribution to BC Ceramics. Learn more

Submissions close July 30, 2021
Notifications after September 3, 2021

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    Person Nominating



    The artist agrees to the use of the images with proper credit for publicity purposes relating to the NWCF MW Awards and accompanying fundraisers.

    Nominee






    Number of years resident of BC

    Number of years working as a ceramic artist

    Nomination Statement

    Describe the nature and significance of their work and contribution to BC ceramics.
    Maximum 500 words.

    Artist's Statement

    Copy and paste the artist statement.
    Maximum 250 words.

    Artist’s CV

    Must include education, exhibitions, publications, public contributions (ie teaching, workshops, lectures).
    Maximum 2 pages.

    IMAGES

    Maximum 10 images
    File type and size: jpg, each image max 1 MB

    Each file name must be in the following format: number, artist’s last name, short title of work.
    1_Jones_Red sculpture
    2_Jones_Green Pitcher
    3_Jones_Blue Jar

    Captions
    For each uploaded image, add the artist name, title of work, date, medium, size (w x d x h) in centimeters or inches, photo credit.

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    Note: No changes or additions once submitted. All submissions remain the property of the NWCF.