Posts tagged with 'Jury'
The final stage of judging for the John Moores Painting Prize drew to a close last week, so I caught up with artist and juror Phoebe Unwin, to get an insight into the judging and her thoughts on the final exhibition:
What has it been like for you during the final stage of judging?
It was a full-on couple of days, looking long and hard at each work… I don’t think I have ever been in a room surrounded by so many paintings! Read more…
22 April 2014 by Laura
It’s been a busy few weeks for the John Moores Painting Prize. We recently announced the longlist, or those 52 artists who have been selected for the exhibition. This was the culmination of an arduous judging process which began with more than 2,500 entries
This year I spent some time in the judging room and got to see first hand how the selection is made. Read more…
18 October 2013 by Lisa
Call For Entries for the prestigious John Moores Painting Prize closes on 25 October 2013 and Project Manager Angela Samata has been meeting with some of the jury. It will be this group of artists/artistic directors who will make the final decision about who will win the £25,000 prize.
Here’s Angela to give us a behind the scenes peak at her busy day in London with Director of Art Galleries Sandra Penketh… Read more…