Initiated in 2009, in partnership with the City of Mons, the WCC-Europe and supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, the European Prize for Applied Arts rewards creations of contemporary expression in the field of Applied Arts and Craft Design. This 5th edition will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the association.
This competition is for all artists working in the field of applied arts and artisanal design and residing in a European country (including non-EU members). The works selected for the competition must be of a high standard, both technically and aesthetically, and be innovative.
Two Prizes for the laureates
€3500 awarded by the Ministry of Culture of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles
€3500 awarded by WCC-Europe
Studio Biskt (BE), Barbara Amstutz (CH), Isa Andersson (SE), Julie Barbeau (FR), BedrossianServaes (BE), Sylvia Bellia (DE), Santiago Besteiro Garcia (ES), Marian Bijlenga (NL), Pernille Braun (DK), Diana Butucariu (SE), Isabel Flores et Almudena Fernández Fariña (ES), Rachael Colley (UK), Giorgi Danibegashvili (GE), Kristina Daukintyte Aas (NO), Annemie De Corte (BE), Mathieu Ducournau (FR), Sam Tho Duong (DE), Mieke Everaet (BE), Veronika Fabian (UK), Ruth Gilmour (DK), Tuva Gonsholt (NO), Naama Haneman (UK), Pierce Healy (IE), Jennifer Hickey (IE), Kari Hjertholm (NO), Esmé Hofman (NL), Karen Lise Krabbe (DK), Minhee Kim (UK), Lai Ho (UK), Beate Leonards (DE), James Lethbridge (BE), Christoph Leuner (DE), Louise Limontas (BE), Christof Lungwitz (DE), Hanna Miadzvedzeva (AL), Fredrik Nielsen (SE), Michèle Oberdieck (UK), Olle Olls (SE), Inni Pärnänen (FI), Ruudt Peters (NL), Anne Petters (UK), Arpad Pulai (RS), Loukia Richards (GR), Martha Samyn (BE), Christophe Straube (DE), Edu Tarin (DE), Marie-Anne Thieffry (FR), Clem Vanhee (BE), Christoph Weisshaar (DE), Lotte Westphael (DK)