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This exhibition showcases new work from five emerging artists, pushing the boundaries of applied arts practice, supported by Jerwood Arts.

Jerwood Makers Open launched in 2010 to recognise and promote the significance of making and materials within contemporary visual arts. This exhibition is the seventh edition of the awards, and brings together new commissions by artists Mark Corfield-Moore, Forest + Found (Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth), Lucie Gledhill, Bethan Lloyd Worthington and Tana West, who were selected from over 300 applicants responding to a national call for proposals.

Visitors will be able to see innovative and experimental new artworks in textiles, ceramics, wood and metal in a showcase of exciting makers in the early stages of their careers.

Jerwood Makers Open is supported by Jerwood Arts with additional support from Art Fund for curatorial development activities on tour.

CeramicsTextilesSculptureEast MidlandsArt galleryModern art

20-21 Visual Arts Centre

St. Johns Church, Church Square, Scunthorpe, DN15 6TB

01724 297070


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