Fife Contemporary Blog > Fife Contemporary’s New Makers Award 2023
Posted on by Katherine Butler
We are thrilled to announce the selection of this year’s graduates who will be joining our Materialise programme, now in its seventh year. We are passionate about supporting innovation in creativity, and have meticulously chosen makers who align with our values and are pushing the boundaries of their practice.
Our selection process involved attending all the Degree shows in Scotland and identifying graduates who met our criteria. We aim to develop and engage with work that is multidisciplinary, innovative, environmentally conscious, and conceptual. We are excited to work with artists who share our vision and encourage activities that embody these values.
Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, graduates have persevered and presented exceptional work at the Degree show.
The goal of Materialise is to provide a platform for new graduates to showcase their work on our website and receive bespoke professional development sessions. At the end of the program in October 2024, the cohort will have the opportunity to display their work in our online exhibition. Additionally, each maker will receive £250 towards their creative practice to purchase new materials or tools.
We strongly believe that the Materialise program will provide our new graduates with the necessary support and exposure to take their creative practice to the next level. We are committed to supporting emerging makers and are honoured to be a part of their journey. We cannot wait to see what our selected makers will achieve during and beyond the programme.
Introducing this year’s graduates who will be joining us for Materialise 7.
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