International Students' Porcelain Design Scholarship (FRSS)
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GRAD EXHI 2021
2020/21 Rising Star Future Prize Winners List
The 2020/21 FRANZ Rising Star Project has received nearly 700 entries from gifted applicants that are from 29 regions worldwide. 14 distinguished judges from the UK, North Ireland, Germany, France, Italy, South Korea, Spain, Mainland China and Taiwan have selected the TOP 3 finalists and awarded them Rising Star Future Prize(RSFP).
2020/21 FRSP Award & Scholarship Winners List
The 2020/21 FRANZ Rising Star Project has received nearly 700 entries from gifted applicants that are from 62 schools worldwide. 14 distinguished judges from the UK, Germany, France, Italy, South Korea, Spain, Mainland China and Taiwan have selected the awarded artists. On top of that, we have also decided to add two more amazing artworks in our FRANZ Rising Star Award(FRSA), which is 12 artworks in total selected to receive this special award!
About Ateliers d'Art de France
In the past, in order to give our award winners more international opportunity and exposure, 2019 FRSP Award winners were offered a chance to exhibit their crafts at Révélations’ in Grand Palais, which is initiated by Ateliers d'Art de France. Having the same vision of making this cultural landscape better and better, we are please to announce that the previous partnership with Ateliers d'Art de France will continue, exploring the possibility of porcelain and fine crafts.
GRAD EXHIB 2021
Craftsmanship, born and enduring in times, carries the memories of life in each era. While keeping abreast of time, multiple materials had been alloyed in the creation, the appearance of ceramic is no longer limited. In this day and age, we seek the balance between possibilities and techniques. In the past few years, Franz Rising Star Project saw many phenomenal creativity in artworks that particularly came from students. Therefore, in 2020, we provided a platform exclusively for graduate students. These wonderful creations have been published in the column on the official website of FRSP. In 2021, we will continue the column as last year. We hope to see the creativity in the young generation by sharing their pieces and concepts. Sign up now and get more inspiration from others' works of art.
What is Your Creation Process? | Ep. 1
There is no denying that rituals and routines serve as a mental or an emotional crutch throughout the entire creation process for most of the artists. Their artworks are also embedded in their own personal habits. It is these trivials and maybe insignificant things that ripple through their minds and provide inspiration for them to embark on artistic practice throughout their lives.
About the Jury
Dr. Hardy Yong Xiang is a Professor of the School of Arts at Peking University (SAPKU) and Vice Dean of the Institute for Cultural Industries at Peking University (ICIPKU), where he is working on a Creativity and Management project.
向勇 Yong Xiang
Professor of School of Arts, Peking University
Vice Dean of Institute for Cultural Industries, Peking University
Guang-Yu Lee is the design director in Franz Collection. He received professional and complete training of art and design in England and has participated numerous global exhibitions.
李光裕 Guang-Yu Lee
Design Director of Franz Collection Inc.
Alex Gao is the FDC Director, Secretary-general of the FDC Academic Committee, Contemporary art scholar, and he was also the Honorary Director of Today Art Museum. Graduated from China Central Academy of Fine Arts as an undergraduate and obtained a Master degree in the same university. PhD research visiting scholar in the University of Arts London. Postdoctoral researcher at Peking University.
高鵬 Peng Gao
FDC Director, Secretary-general of the FDC Academic Committee
Claudia Casali is the Director of the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, Director of the School of Drawing “T. Minardi” in Faenza and Director of the International Review for ceramic art history “Faenza”.
Director of MIC Faenza
Serge Nicole is a porcelain artist, Honorary Président of Ateliers d’Art de France and a member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
Founder of “Ateliers d’Art de France Foundation”
Honorary President of “Ateliers d’Art de France"
Kwanho Woo is the initiator and curator of the Contemporary Ceramic art in Asia, which aims to promote the interaction and education of ceramic among young generation.
Director of the Ceramic Research Center in Hongik University
Jia-Haur Liang is an artist and educator in ceramics. He is the Director of Ceramics Program at the Dept. of Crafts and Design, National Taiwan University of Arts.
梁家豪 Liang Jia-haur
Associate Professor of Crafts and Design Department,
National Taiwan University of Arts
Wilhelm Siemen is the Director of Porzellanikon Selb, with a mission of ”promote the interaction between Europe ceramic culture and education“, he keeps working hard to give a new life to contemporary ceramic in this modern society.
Former Director of Porzellanikon
Staatliches Museum für Porzellan
Dr Christopher McHugh is the Course Director of Ulster University BA Hons Ceramics, Jewellery & Silversmithing. He specialises in ceramics and printmaking, often creating artwork in response to archives, museum collections and particular communities.
Course Director of Ulster University BA Hons Ceramics, Jewellery & Silversmithing
Felicity Aylieff is the Senior Tutor in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art, London, her ceramics is held by a number of collections and museums internationally.
Senior Tutor Research of Royal College of Art
Rhiannon Ewing-James is the Creative Producer of British Ceramics Biennial, her artwork and research explores the significance place and material have on the development of creative practice.
Creative Producer of British Ceramics Biennial
Ming Bai is the Director of the Department of Ceramic Art in the College of Fine Arts of Tsinghua University, he is a famous Chinese contemporary ceramic artist, painter, and a member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
白明 Ming Bai
Director of the Department of Ceramic Art in the College of Fine Arts of Tsinghua University
Jaime Coll Conesa, is doctor in Arts with Honours from the Universitat de les Illes Balears and holds a degree from the University of Barcelona. Since 1998, he has been the Director of González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts in Valencia, where he became Curator in 1986. He is President of the Association of Ceramology, also founder, and has been Secretary of the Section Art and Design of the Spanish Society of Ceramics and Glass and is also member of the International Academy of Ceramics, based in Geneva.
Coll Conesa Jaume
Director of Museo Nacional de Cerámica
Rising Star Gallery
2019 FRANZ Rising Star Project