LADA Patron Sonia Boyce has been selected as one of the six winning artists of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Visual Arts Awards 2016.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation is a renowned independent grant-making foundations in the UK, the PHF hands out a total of £400,000 each year in artist awards. Each winner receives £50,000 spread over three years, whilst using the money in line with the HMF’s conditions.
For full details of the 2016 winners click here.
LADA established its Patrons list in 2010. This is an invited group of inspirational artists who maintain an active relationship with LADA and Unbound, lend their expertise and advice, and champion LADA’s work.
Banner image credit:From left to right: Cara Tolmie, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson, Rachel Reupke, Ailís Ní Ríain, Daniel Kidane, Heather Leigh (sitting), Lucy Skaer and Sonia Boyce. Photo Emile Holba, courtesy Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
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