The Julius Baer Next Generation Art Prize is for young Asian artists who create digital art. The second iteration of the Prize is open to residents of Southeast Asia, Greater China and India aged between 21 and 40 years old.
Six Winners will each be awarded USD10,000 and placed in a three-month Art x Technology Accelerator programme to develop a new piece of digital art and prepare them to become creative entrepreneurs ready for the digital age.
The Prize offers participating artists a unique opportunity to develop new works with guidance from experts in Art and Technology. Participating artists may also be invited to a gathering of pioneering artists, creative practitioners, and entrepreneurs who are championing the arts in Asia.
The Judging panel includes Refik Anadol, internationally acclaimed new media Artist and NFT Pioneer; Simon Fisher, Co-Founder of Ocula; Fu LiaoLiao, Shanghai-based independent Curator; Shivajirao Gaekwar, Deputy Director, Specialist for Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art, Sotheby's (India); Theresa McCullough, Principal Curator for South and Southeast Asian Art at Asian Civilisations Museum; Shubigi Rao, award-winning multidisciplinary Singaporean Artist.
19 October – 27 November 2022 | Open Call for Submissions
- Fill in the online submission form by 27 November 2022 to participate in the Prize.
- Join us at our 'Meet the Judges & Mentors' virtual session on 17 November 2022. Hear from selected members of our Expert Panel and ask them about their professional journeys in the world of digital art, and learn more about the Prize and its Art x Tech accelerator programme.
Find out more: www.juliusbaer.com/NextGenArtPrize