Mother Art Prize 2022.

Mother Art Prize 2022.

Diversity Art Forum are pleased to be involved with the Mother Art Prize.
Procreate Project is back with the 4th edition of the Mother Art Prize!

An international open call for self-identifying women, non-binary visual artists with caring responsibilities. The prize is aimed at artists working in one or more of the following media: painting, drawing, mixed-media, photography, printmaking, digital art, sculpture, ceramics, installation, textile, sound and video, and there are no theme restrictions.

Mother Art Prize Open Call
Procreate Project was founded in 2013 and has grown to become a pioneering arts organisation driven by an ethos that strives for innovation and sociocultural impact. The main aim is to support the professional development of contemporary artists who are also (m)others, working across multiple disciplines.

We are dedicated to producing bold, interdisciplinary projects, embracing the risk necessary to achieve a sea change in the perception and normalisation of women's artistic output as part of the cultural landscape.

Working towards equal representation and opportunities for mothers/parents, today Procreate Project offers online and offline platforms and opportunities for the display, screen and staging of works, connections with peers and organisations that can support artists at different stages of their careers.

AWARDS

Online solo exhibition with Richard Saltoun Gallery
£1000 Cash prize towards the production of a new work co-commissioned by Diversity Art Forum and Procreate Project. * This award is dedicated to people of colour, black or brown and mixed race artists.
Up to 1 month Residency at the Mother House Studios in London with mentoring sessions with Sylvie Gormezano.
A group show featuring up to 20 selected artists in Spring 2023.
JUDGES

The judging panel is composed by:

Dr. Charlotte Bonham-Carter, Independent Curator and Writer, and Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins
Niamh Coghlan, Director of Richard Saltoun Gallery
Pauline de Souza, Director of the Diversity Art Forum
Caroline Douglas, Director at the Contemporary Art Society
Touria El Glaoui, Director of 1-54 art fair