Monday, October 15, 2018
12 h Delivery of the prizes
13 h Cocktail
2:00 pm Visit to the Joan Miró's printmaking workshops (only for the winners)
Free entry

Pilar Juncosa & Sotheby’s Awards 2018

Fundació Miró Mallorca holds the Pilar Juncosa Printmaking Award on a biennial basis, with funding of €10,000.

The name of the winners will be announced during the event, next October 15th. The training grant for the winners of the Young Creators’ Printmaking Award was awarded in Madrid last June 11th . this year has been organized by the Calcografia Nacional of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, the Real Casa de la Moneda, Fundación Azcona and Fundació Miró Mallorca.

#1 PILAR JUNCOSA BIENNIAL PRINTMAKING AWARD

Jury

  • Francisco Copado Carralero, director of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca
  • Fabienne Aguado, director of Artistic Studies of La Casa de Velázquez
  • Susane Collins, director of the Slade School of Fine Arts. UCL
  • Ángeles Albert De León, director of the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome
  • Antonio Fernández-Coca; vice-director of Digital Campus and Transmedia, of the UIB
  • Alejandro Ysasi Alonso, head of the Education and Activities Service of the Foundation
  • Joan Oliver Argelés, teacher of Graphic Workshops of the Foundation

#2 PILAR JUNCOSA GRANT FOR RESEARCH INTO MIRÓ AND HIS ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL MILIEU

Jury

  • Francisco Copado Carralero, director of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca
  • Pilar Ortega Chapel, member of the Government Committee of the Foundation
  • Teresa Montaner, curator of the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona
  • Francisca Lladó Pol, professor of Historical Sciences and Theory of Arts of the UIB
  • Patricia Juncosa Vecchierini, curator of the Foundation
  • Alejandro Ysasi Alonso, head of the Education and Activities Service of the Foundation

#3 PILAR JUNCOSA AWARD FOR AN ARTISTIC EDUCATIONAL PROJECT

Jury

  • Francisco Copado Carralero, director of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca
  • Miquel Francesc Oliver Trobat, doctor in Pedagogy, professor of the Department of Didactics and School Organization of the UIB
  • Joana M. Riera, president of TAULA, Association of Cultural Educators of Mallorca
  • Margalida Munar Munar, pedagogue and technician of the Ministry of Education of the Ajuntament de Palma
  • Alejandro Ysasi Alonso, head of the Education and Activities Service of the Foundation

#4 TRAINING GRANTS TO TAKE PART IN COURSES AT JOAN MIRÓ’S PRINTMAKING STUDIOS

 Jury

  • Francisco Copado Carralero, director of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca
  • Fabienne Aguado, director of Artistic Studies of La Casa de Velázquez
  • Susane Collins, director of the Slade School of Fine Arts. UCL
  • Ángeles Albert De León, director of the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome
  • Antonio Fernández-Coca; vice-director of Digital Campus and Transmedia, of the UIB
  • Alejandro Ysasi Alonso, head of the Education and Activities Service of the Foundation
  • Joan Oliver Argelés, teacher of Graphic Workshops of the Foundation

#5 GRANTS FOR ARTISTIC TRAINING AT OTHER CENTRES

Jury

  • Francisco Copado Carralero, director of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Mallorca
  • Fabienne Aguado, director of Artistic Studies of La Casa de Velázquez
  • Susane Collins, director of the Slade School of Fine Arts. UCL
  • Ángeles Albert De León, director of the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome
  • Antonio Fernández-Coca; vice-director of Digital Campus and Transmedia, of the UIB
  • Alejandro Ysasi Alonso, head of the Education and Activities Service of the Foundation
  • Joan Oliver Argelés, teacher of Graphic Workshops of the Foundation

#6 1 TRAINING GRANT FOR THE WINNERS OF THE CERTAMEN DE ARTE GRÁFICO PARA JÓVENES CREADORES (YOUNG CREATORS’ PRINTMAKING AWARD)

The Jury of the Young Creators’ Printmaking Award 2018 unanimously agreed to:

Reward the works of Jesús Mateos and Miguel de Unamuno
Give honourable mention to Ana Marina, Luis Navarro, Diego Penyes, Clara Soto, Jorge Ortuño, Yoshihiro Nakashima, Alejandro Lorenzana, Jose Luis Velasco and Manuel Prats

 

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