New Contemporaries Fellowships & Scholarships 


Rafael Pérez Evans, Invigilate, C3A Museum. Spain. 2019

In partnership with educational institutions and arts organisations we offer Fellowship and Scholarship opportunities to artists, to increase professional development.

We are excited to announce that Rafael Pérez Evans (BNC19) has been awarded the Henry Moore Institute and Leeds Beckett University scholarship in partnership with New Contemporaries. Rafael will receive a bursary and international research travel grant, Fine Art teaching placement at Leeds Beckett University, access to workshop facilities and the scholarship will conclude in a solo exhibition in the Henry Moore Institute's Gallery 4.

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Rafael Pérez Evans, Wheels, Pluriyuca, 2019

Rosa Johan Uddoh is the first artist to receive the Liverpool Biennial Fellowship founded by Liverpool John Moores University. Celebrating 20 years of the Biennial, the Fellowship has been created to recognise and support the work of emerging artists, and this year is awarded to an artist exhibiting in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018. The year-long Fellowship includes a £5,000 cash prize, as well as full access to the resources of the university: studios, workshops, exhibition spaces and teaching staff, curators, artists and scholars. In addition, the artist will have the opportunity to contribute to teaching in the university as a Visiting Lecturer.

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Rosa Johan Uddoh The Serve, 2017