Turner Prize 2021: Salmon farming and neurodiversity explored
Neurodivergent artists and the environmental impact of salmon farming are among the themes explored by the nominees featured in this year’s Turner Prize exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum – via BBC
Grand Union celebrates Jamie Crewe receiving £10,000 Turner Bursary
Grand Union is celebrating artist Jamie Crewe’s selection for a Turner Bursary, having been nominated for their sister exhibitions: ‘Love & Solidarity’ and ‘Solidarity & Love’ at Grand Union, Birmingham, and Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Earlier in the year Tate announced that it would award one-off bursaries of £10,000 to 10 artists in place of this year’s Turner Prize, as a way to support a large selection of artists through this precarious and uncertain time.
Masterclass with 2020 Turner Prize bursary recipient Shawanda Corbett
On Wednesday 20 January the AD:Vantage Leadership programme in partnership with New Art West Midlands host an online masterclass with esteemed artist Shawanda Corbett. Her deeply personal and visceral work won her one of the ten Turner Prize bursaries selected by judges after the 2020 Prize was cancelled.