Scholarships 2019 : Ellen van der Woude
Residence at the Maison Des Métiers d'Art (MMAQ), Quebec, Canada, October 2022Read more
The aim of each grant is to support a talented designer/artisan living in Luxembourg who, as part of their ongoing training, wishes to perfect their skills or follow complementary or cross-disciplinary courses or training, particularly at a Fine Arts school, training centre, workshop or residence, in Luxembourg or abroad.
The winners are selected on the basis of their applications by a jury made up of personalities from the world of arts and crafts chosen by the De Mains De Maîtres Luxembourg association. Grants cannot be combined with other grants or subsidies.
The grants are worth a maximum of €10,000 and are awarded to the winning designer/artisan every two years.
Les bourses de l’association De Mains De Maîtres Luxembourg asbl, initiées par LL.AA.RR. le Grand-Duc Héritier et la Grande-Duchesse Héritière en 2017, en partenariat avec la Chambre des ...Read more
Known for her passion and her research on colour, this artist proposed a project in continuation of her work around porcelain with bone ash and its colouring techniques, initiated during her Master of Art & Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam.
To do so, she chose to attend a workshop dedicated to ceramics and colour in the capital of the Chinese porcelain, Jingdezhen, as part of an international exchange program supported by UNESCO.
A great way to acquire out of our borders a unique know-how, which complements and refines the work already asserted by this very young designer, and also the best way to enrich in return our local crafts.
The quality and relevance of this project are the pride of the association De Mains De Maîtres Luxembourg, reinforced by its commitment to award to its craftsmen and art creators support grants to further develop the performance of fine craftsmanship within the Grand Duchy.
Discover in the following videa Sarah's exploration in Jindezhen :