2020 Prize shortlist
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the Whitegold International Ceramics Prize 2020. The prize is open to artists and artist collectives from across the world including collaborations between artists, cooks, brewers and food producers.
Announcing The Best Of The Best for 2019
Professor Neil Brownsword is the winner of Whitegold’s £10,000 Quartz Award and is currently working on a new artwork that will be on show at Whitegold Festival 2020. Neil aims to reconnect audiences to the physicality of raw materials, their geological origins and wider cultural contexts, together with systems of labour, tools and technologies that helped to define the success of these industrial regions.
Feldspar Award Winner 2019
We are delighted to announce the Feldspar Award for the Whitegold International Ceramic Prize 2019 has been awarded to Tana West. The winning artists are currently working with Whitegold curator, Katie Bunnell to develop the fine detail of their proposals.
We would like to extend our thanks to all those who entered the first Whitegold International Ceramics Prize, with over 100 submissions from all over the world, from artists as far afield as Australia, Sweden and Finland.
International Prize 2019 Jurors
Extended thanks goes to the team of jurors for the 2019 prize.
Prize 2019 Original Call for Submissions
Our first ever Whitegold International Ceramic Prize was all about people, culture and place. Artists were invited to propose a new piece of work drawing on StAustell's rich history and culture in china clay.
International Prize 2020 Jurors
Read about who is judging this year's Whitegold International Prize with world renown ceramicists Neil Brownsword, Caroline Cheng, Celine Holman, Ashley Shopland and Katie Bunnell.
International Prize 2020 Convivial Clay
Whitegold 2020 prizes will be awarded to projects that combine food and clay in creating convivial community interactions. Closing date for entries is 29th February 2020! Quartz Award, £10,000 and Feldspar Award, £5,000