Ivan Juritz Prize-giving event 2021
The shortlist for the 2021 Ivan Juritz Prize has been announced. After some difficult decisions, our fantastic judges, Arlene Sierra, Josephine Pryde, Will Eaves, and Richard Scott, have made their selections:
Mischa Foster Poole, A Dictionary of Neurological Signs
Nick Makoha, A Low-Pressure System
Sound and Music
Erchao Gu, A Virtual Tour of a Virtuous Place
Sońa Vetchá, Cuts
Rachel Bacon, The Other Orebody
Edward Gwyn Jones, Genesis (What Can’t Light See?)
You can read/listen to/view all of the brilliant shortlisted works here.
The final winner in each category will be announced at the digital prize-giving event on 23 June at 6pm, which we would be delighted if you could attend (see link below). All shortlisted entrants will be performing extracts from their work, and we will hear more from the judges about some of the wonderful longlisted entries we received this year.
Topic: Ivan Juritz Prize-giving 2021
Time: Jun 23, 2021 06:00pm London
The Ivan Juritz Prize is a collaboration between the Centre for Modern Literature and Culture at King’s College London and Cove Park, Scotland’s International Artist Residency Centre. All shortlisted works are showcased at the prize-giving event and shortlisters will have the opportunity to write about their pieces for Textual Practice. Winners in three categories (text, image, sound) receive £1,000 and we will seek their involvement in future artistic collaborations with Cove Park.
We very much hope to see you on 23 June to celebrate some pleasurably bracing works of creative experiment!
Any queries about the event can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org