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  1. [FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES!] 5/1-8/2 FRANZ RISING STAR PROJECT selects 100 pieces of artworks annually, and sponsors USD$ 1,000 for each. We also provide opportunities to participate international exhibitions and sales channel resources for young talents, such as Today Art Museum, Porzellanikon SELB, MIC International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, British Ceramics Biennial, The Artling, Hongik University, Japan Industrial Designers’ Association, and Japan Craft Design Association. With every possibility of international exposure, we encourage young talents to pass down the historic ceramic/porcelain industry altogether with their creativity and ambitions. If you are : A current student studying in college/university/graduate school, or a 2018/2019 graduate. Someone who loves porcelain/ceramic design, and seriously considering it as a career. Someone who feels touched when your own concept shapes into a porcelain/ceramic artwork. Expect your own artwork to be seen on the worldwide stage. Come join the project and show your talent! Qualifications|Current students in college/university/graduate school, or a 2018/2019 graduate. Number of Scholarships|100 in total Amount of Scholarship|USD$ 1,000 per Scholarship Application Window (Taipei, Beijing Time Zone GMT+8)|5/1 12:00 noon - 8/2 12:00 noon Scholarship Announcement|9/30 12:00 noon on the Official Website Find out more: https://bit.ly/2Jv3J6U Follow our Instagram to get the latest information: www.instagram.com/franz_rising_star_project/ Or email us at info@franzproject.com if you have any questions.
  2. The 2nd FRANZ Rising Star Project call for entry is open! The FRANZ Rising Star Project was launched in 2018 hoping to alleviate students’ financial burdens caused by prototype expenses etc. FRANZ expects the new generation to fully develop their creativity and become rising stars in design that shine in the future. Come join us and show your talent! Application Window: May 1st to August 2nd 12:00 noon (GMT+8) Scholarship Announcement: September 30th What are the qualifications? (1) The applicant must be a current student studying (No limitation to any department and academic grade) or a 2018 / 2019 graduate. (2) Original artworks of actual ceramic proofing must be completed, simulations and drafts are not accepted. (3) The entry itself must be more than 50% porcelain. (4) Artworks that had won scholarships in 2018 may not apply again. *For each applicant, the number of applications is not limited, but only 3 entries at most to be awarded. The Prizes: 1. USD$ 1,000 per scholarship, 100 scholarship in total 2. The Top 10 may have a chance to exhibit to exhibit in Porzellanikon Selb, MIC International Museum of Ceramic in Faenza, 2021 British Ceramics Biennial and Beijing Today Art Museum. Moreover, they can sell their artworks in Beijing Today Art Museum and the Artling! Check out our website for more: https://bit.ly/2WX01ua Or contact us via info@franzproject.com
  3. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    This handbuilt bottle form shows the marks left by Josh Query's "manmade "seashells". The mix is 50% plaster, 50% whiting, and salt water to mix the stuff up with. Josh wanted shapes of marks that were more rectilinear than what naturally happens with scallop shells. Was fired in the spring 2017 firing of New Hampshire Institute of Art's #Fushigigama. Was in the last rear stack of shelves.

    © 2017 - Josh Query -all rights reserved

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