BALTIC YOUNG ARTIST AWARD 2017
The goal of the Baltic Young Artist Award competition, held for the second time in 2017, is to identify and acknowledge the young talents in Fine Arts from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and support them in starting their careers as professional artists.
The competition of 2017 has ended and the winners are announced!
Winner of the main prize: Katrina Čemme with the artwork "What is Lost is Lost Forever".
Winner of the public voting: Laura Motienjunaite with the artwork "Textile and Jewellery Synergy in Contemporary Jewellery Collection".
Congratulations to the winners!
The winner of the online public voting was awarded a prize of 500 euros and the winner of the main award, decided by an international jury, received a prize of 2000 euros, given out by the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art Foundation.
Organisers: NOAR.eu contemporary art platform and Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art Foundation (founded jointly by the ABLV Charitable Foundation and the Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation), Art Academy of Latvia, Estonian Academy of Arts and Vilnius Art Academy.
ARTWORKS PARTICIPATING IN THE COMPETITION 2017