Exhibiting JDP16 artists discuss their work and wider practice in the company of a guest moderator. Every Wednesday lunchtime throughout the exhibition

9 Nov    Annie Samuel & Messua Poulin-Wolff
Moderated by: Jamie Eastman (Director of Arts, University of Bath)

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16 Nov Samuel Little & Caroline Burraway
Moderated by: Jamie Eastman (Director of Arts, University of Bath)

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23 Nov   Vandana & Anna Sofie Jespersen
Moderated by: Jamie Eastman (Director of Arts, University of Bath)

Unfortunately due to a technical fault this recording is not available.

Vandana (pdf) & Anna Sofie Jespersen (pdf)

30 Nov   Kristian Evju & Ben Johnson
Moderated by: Kemi Adeyeye (Senior Lecturer, Dept of Architecture & Civil Engineering)

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7 Dec    Nathan Anthony & Nicola J Grellier
Moderated by: Roger Clarke (Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Bath Spa University)

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14 Dec   Kevin Tole & Mike FitzGerald
Moderated by: Robert Luzar (Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Bath Spa University)

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Jerwood Drawing Prize is a unique initiative led by founding Director, Professor Anita Taylor. The Prize is committed to championing excellence, and to promoting and celebrating the breadth of contemporary drawing practice, this year including hand drawn, digital and three-dimensional works. In offering emerging, midcareer and established artists a national platform to exhibit their work, the exhibition has established a reputation for developing new insights into the role and value of drawing in artistic practice today.

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Drawings are special. They mark and they outline, but they can also make us aware of the spaces between these defining borders. As a medium, drawing is open to a large variety of approaches, from a careful or immediate capture of the closely observed outer world, to the spontaneous exploration of personal experience and declaration of conceptual ideas.

Stephanie Buck, 2016 selector

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