Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2004: Furniture
A Crafts Council Touring Exhibition
Exhibition project management, object loan and venue liaison
12 August to 31 October 2004
Touring during 2005 to The Hub Sleaford, Salford Museum & Art Gallery, Cartwright Hall Bradford, and the National Museums of Scotland Edinburgh.
Presented by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation in collaboration with the Crafts Council, the annual Jerwood Applied Arts Prize was the most prestigious prize in the applied and decorative arts. Five British designers were shortlisted for the £15,000 prize: Shin and Tomoko Azumi, BarberOsgerby, Tom Dixon, El Ultimo Grito and Jim Partridge. A distinguished panel of five judges selected BarberOsgerby who, in their opinion, had made the biggest contribution to furniture in the past seven years. Curated by the Crafts Council, exhibition design by Ilka Schaumberg, and exhibition graphics and catalogue by Kerr Noble.
Exhibition project management provision consisted of the following:
- Timeline development.
- Budget management.
- Exhibition and graphic design management.
- National freight logistics.
- Installation/derig management.
- Object loan negotiation.
- Liaison with touring exhibition venues.
- Interpretation development.