International Students' Porcelain Design Scholarship (FRSS)
& Future Prize (RSFP)《 2020/09/01-2021/06/30・GMT+8 》
Wasteland／Annelie Grimwade Olofsson
Photo Credit: Ida Bus
FRSP, originated in Asia, offers global students and 19'-21' graduates who are interested in porcelain design USD$1,000 scholarship for each artwork. To encourage pioneering designers to outline the future porcelain, we launched Future Prize this year, with the 1st Prize worth USD$20,000.
GRAD EXHI 2021
FRANZ Rising Star Project｜Application
This year, we also set a new prize for FRSP: “Rising Star Future Prize.” Awarding three prizes in total, including the 1st Prize worth USD $20,000. Rising Star Future Prize is calling for works from designers and artists worldwide.
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.
Into the Art World | The Artling
The Artling is an online gallery and art consultancy service, based in Singapore but operates internationally, focusing on featuring the best in contemporary art and design.
CLASS OF 2021
In our 2021 Online Grad Exhib, we are excited to witness the constantly-evolving creativity of young or early ceramic artists incorporating a wide array of materials into their artwork. Through combining different mediums, waste objects are endowed with new meanings. Ashes can also symbolize a new life, while scrap pewters can turn into a unique substance. Ceramics are not only objects but also carry one’s memories. Scroll down to explore infinite material possibilities from this-year graduates working in clay.
Rising Star Gallery
2019 FRANZ Rising Star Project