Jerwood Foundation

Jerwood in March 2019

01.03.2019

Jerwood Foundation

The Jerwood Library at Trinity Hall College Cambridge has been voted the 'Best New/Refurbished Building in Central Cambridge' in a vote organised by Cambridge City Council to celebrate fifty years of the City Centre Conservation Area. Chosen from a shortlist of six, the library's nomination praised the way the library 'harmonises with and enhances its immediate and wider setting within the Conservation Area, by day and by night'. 

Jerwood Foundation made a capital grant of £1.4million towards the 'bricks and mortar' of the new library designed by Tristan Rees Roberts for Freeland Rees-Roberts architects. As well as celebrating its status as a cherished building in 'The Backs' of Cambridge Jerwood Library is also enjoying its 20th anniversary this year having opened officially in May 1999.

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Jerwood Collection 

Eileen Agar (1899-1991) Pigeon Post, Jerwood Collection

©Eileen Agar. All Rights Reserved 2019/Bridgeman Images, 
 

In Colour-Sickert to Riley opens this week at Charleston Trust in East Sussex. Curated by London- based textile designer Cressida Bell, the exhibition features works that celebrate colour by prominent painters of the last century including Patrick Caulfield, Mary Fedden, Mark Gertler, Patrick Heron, John Hoyland, Stanislawa de Karlowska, Paul Nash, Glyn Warren Philpot and Sean Scully, as well as the Bloomsbury artists; Bell, Grant and Roger Fry. 

Jerwood Collection has loaned Pigeon Post by Eileen Agar to the exhibition, which opens on 6th March and runs until 26th August.

It’s my personal selection of 35 exciting and above all gorgeous works by 20th century British artists; works where colour is the driving force, where each one tells a different story through the beautiful and striking combinations of colour in play.- Cressida Bell

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Jerwood Arts

Announcing 51 new Artist Advisers

Jasleen Kaur, Image courtesy of the artist

Jerwood Arts' newly announced Artist Advisers will play a crucial role in the organisations' new approach to funding, making processes more open and inclusive. The first 51 have been announced and are:

Raymond Antrobus; Dawinder Bansal; Sud Basu; Dickie Beau; Kelly Best; Emma Bettridge; Andy Brunskill; Season Butler; Kate Craddock; Liam Crichton; Dan Daw; Ellie Dubois; Rosie Elnile; Tom Emery; Vivienne Franzmann; Rebecca Frecknall; Emma Frankland; Thomas Goddard; Sam Groves; Jackie Hagan; Elayce Ismail; Jasleen Kaur; Shama Khanna; Soweto Kinch; Gillie Kleiman; Tina Koch; Richard Lavery; Kevin Le Gendre; Toni Lewis; Brian Logan; Rachel Maclean; Tom Marshman; Amber Massie-Blomfield; Martel Ollerenshaw; Hetain Patel; Heather Phillipson; Antonio Roberts; Giles Round; Sam Ruddock; Hrair Sarkissian; Aaron Schuman; Katie Schwab; Hannah Starkey; Nikesh Shukla; Gary Thomas; Nikki Tomlinson; Clare Twomey; George Vasey; Megan Vaughan; Errollyn Wallen; Holly Willats and Caroline Williams.

Invited for their skills and expertise the Artist Advisors contribute to identifying talent and supporting selection and decision making processes. Their experience highlights the breadth of artistic practices supported by Jerwood Arts

With their specific art form and discipline knowledge, they will act as ears and eyes across the UK, providing a current perspective on artists, artistic groups and arts organisations, helping Jerwood Arts to deepen their impact.

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Jerwood Gallery

Nigel Cooke: Painter's Beach Club continues at Jerwood Gallery until 24 March.

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Other News

Jerwood Collection artist and Jerwood Gallery inaugural exhibition artist Rose Wylie collected an OBE- Congratulations to Rose!

 

Trinity Hall Library, Cambridge © Photo: Andrew Dunn