This year's scholarship project at Bild-Werk "Glass and arts as mediating elements for German-Czech relations" was elected project of the months by the German-Czech future fund. The project was led by Mark Angus and Michal Poustka. Thanks for the commitment!
On Sunday, 9th July the new Advisory Panel of Bild-Werk Frauenau had its founding meeting. The nine members of the panel, who work voluntarily and will serve for a period of five years, include regional and international experts. Among them are experienced representatives of the studio glass movement, the regional and nationwide arts and culture scene as well as the glass industry.
The advisory panel is anchored in the associations’ statute of December 2016. It is created to give advice to the six members of the Bild-Werk Board, as well as to the different workgroups, on specific questions. more...
We cordially invite you to the exhibition opening
on Saturday, 8th June 2017 at 6 p.m. at the Galerie am Museum in Frauenau.
With a laudatory speech by Stephen Paul Day, New Orleans.
Join us for this celebration of 30 years of Bild-Werk Frauenau, with works from artists and teachers across the whole spectrum of the international academy, a historical documentation, film and music.
Exhibition period: 9th July 2017 – 15th August 2017
Mark Angus, EU ǀ more...
The winners of this years student prize have been announced. Entries came from nine countries, and, whilst predominantly in the medium glass, included ceramics, bronze, and mixed media.
1st Prize of a 2017 Bild-Werk Frauenau Summer Academy course of her choice was awarded to Maarja Mäemets (Estonian Academy of Arts) for her piece “Underwater love”, a blown glass work which she then photographed underwater; a work which showed originality, developed thinking and an impressive presentation. more...
Bild-Werk Frauenau Student Prize 2017
2017 marks the 30th anniversary of The International Summer Academy Bild-Werk Frauenau. To coincide we announce a new Biennial Student Prize.
WHO? The prize is open to anybody currently, (at the time of application), in full time education at an art school or university anywhere. The prize is NOT limited to glass.
The prize will give young artists a unique opportunity to get involved in a thriving international community, to learn new skills and develop further their creative practice. more...
The course programme 2017 is online – the printed version will be available in January. more...