- Awarded by Film London and Arts Council England.
- Two to five awards between £20,000–£50,000. Development bursary of £1,000 and access to professional expertise for shortlisted applications.
- No age limit, but artists must have a London address. They must also have previously exhibited at festivals, cinemas or galleries.
- Focus on supporting experimental works that represent a significant step forward in the work of the artist.
- Up to 15 artists shortlisted for two to five awards. Selection carried out by Film London head of production, FLAMIN manager, Film London board member and three external assessors.
Posted in ‘London’
- Awarded by Standpoint Gallery and the Mark Tanner Charitable Trust.
- Annual. There will be no cycle in 2011, as the award is re-launching nationally in 2012.
- MTSA intends to support the creative work of the recipient over one year. £6,000 goes direct to the artist towards the production of new work; a further £4,000 helps to fund and promote the prizewinner’s solo exhibition at Standpoint Gallery.
- Candidates must live and work within the Greater London area. There is no age limit – ‘…we seek to give the award to an artist who demonstrates the development of a mature practice, but to whom the prize would make a considerable difference’. Candidates must have graduated at least one year previously from formal art education.
- MTSA is aimed at emerging/mid-career sculptors making outstanding work within contemporary fine art practice. The award is particularly interested in work that demonstrates a commitment to process and material.
- Shortlisting by written application and digital submission of work via a panel including two guest selectors. Final selection through presentation and interview at Standpoint.