Less than one week left for student artists to apply for The Woon Art Prize 2017
Final year undergraduate artists from across the UK have until Monday 3 April to apply for one of the UK’s most generous arts prizes.
EXPERT COMMENT: The Turner Prize may seem out of date, but it created the UK’s contemporary art scene
Louise Wilson, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Northumbria University, writes about the impact of Turner Prize on UK's art scene development and transformation.
Award-winning Northumbria students among the next generation of creative talent at New Designers
Talented Design for Industry and 3D Design graduates showcased their innovative projects at the UK's most important exhibition for emerging design this month.
All will be revealed
Northumbria’s stunning end-of-year degree show for its creative courses launches tonight across campus.
Northumbria artists reveal There Were Islands at BALTIC 39
Eight graduating artists will tonight launch a stunning group exhibition built around the metaphor of a river estuary and its status as a site of shifting and concealed meanings.
One week left to apply for the Woon Foundation Prize 2016
Student artists have seven days to submit their work for this year’s Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize.
Judging panel announced for new fine arts prize
The judging panel for a new national £40,000 art prize run by Northumbria University has been announced.
The Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize, launched by Northumbria graduate Wee Teng Woon in 2012, offers final year students of fine art the opportunity to win one of three major prizes and two consolation prizes each year, valued at £40,000, through his family’s foundation.