Applications are open to the 17th CERCO International Award until June 10, 2021.
CERCO International Prize supports and promotes the contemporary creation of ceramics since 2001. The contest is positioned as one of the prizes with more experience and allows to make visible the evolution and trends within contemporary ceramics through its international catalogs and exhibitions .
The contest is open to all contemporary artists of any age, emerging or established, individuals or members of groups, and without restrictions on thematic or nationality, who use ceramic as an artistic medium. Authors may participate with a maximum of three works.
Those selected for the Prize will hold an exhibition in which a jury made up of important figures from the world of art will decide on the CERCO Prize endowed with 6000 euros and two second prize. The winning work will become part of the funds of the Association of Artisans of Aragon, Spain, and will be exhibited permanently together with the rest of the prizes awarded since the beginning of the contest.
In September, the winning artist will be announced and all the works selected for the Prize will be displayed. In addition, you can enjoy other exhibitions and activities around contemporary ceramics. Save the date and follow our networks to keep up to date with the programming.
On our website www.cerco.es you can download the contest rules and fill in the form to submit your work until June 10.
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The CERCO award was made possible with the support of the Government of Aragon, the Zaragoza Provincial Council, the Zaragoza City Council and the Teruel Museum. Also participate in the event the ceramic products companies Sio2 and Anglada from Zaragoza.
The Association of Artisans of Aragon together with the CERCO committee formed by cultural managers, potters and artists carry out its organization.
For any questions:
ASOCIACIÓN PROFESIONAL DE ARTESANOS DE ARAGÓN
CENTRO DE ARTESANÍA DE ARAGÓN
C/Monasterio de Samos s/n (antiguo matadero)
Telephone + 34 976486241