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Top 5 Stories on FAD This week

Alex Dodgson Leeds-College-of-Art

This week a couple of artist opportunities, two new awards; The Berlin Art Prize and The Free Range Emerging Art Award
plus a group exhibition New British from Patch a new London based curatorial collective.

1 A Submission Exhibition at The BALTIC
Deadline is Monday 15th July 2013 follow the link below for more details

2 Get Paid To be an Artist !
Be a paid resident artist in Newcastle with a solo show at Matt’s Gallery
More Details: www.fadwebsite.com/paid-residence/

3 The winners from Week 1 of The Free Range Graduate Art Fair
See which artists where picked (in week 1) as winners of the inaugural Free Range Emerging art award:

Free Range Emerging Art Award Week 1 And The Winners Are :

4 Interview with Sophie Therese Trenka-Dalton one of the winners of the inaugural Berlin Art Prize
Another award but a different city . This was the first year of the Berlin Art Prize with a former FAD writer helping to set it up and this is a great Q&A with the winner of Concept.
Read It here: www.fadwebsite.com/sophie-therese-trenka-dalton

5 New British 2013
And finally the only exhibition in the top 5 a group exhibition from Patch – (a London-based curatorial collective)
who have hooked up with some uber cool London galleries to show art at the Lloyd’s Club .
More Details: www.fadwebsite.com/patch-present-new-british-2013



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