Celebrating two iterations of the Spectrum Art Award, 2018 and 2020, we are proud to present this beautifully illustrated and worded publication that commemorates the Award, the finalists and their amazing work, and the panel of judges.
We are delighted to announce the finalists for 2nd Spectrum Art Award, the critically acclaimed national award created to celebrate the outstanding work of artists on the autistic spectrum. The finalists are:
The winner of the Spectrum Art Award 2018, Charlotte Amelia Poe, has her first book “How to be Autistic” published by Myriad Editions.
Nnena Kalu creates large, complex sculptural installations through layering and binding a wide range of materials including yarn, tape, plastic and videotape. The final shape, style and nature of the piece is informed by the rhythmic process of wrapping and binding, the noise of creati
‘YOU WILL BE TOLD YOU ARE A TROUBLE-MAKER’
For Immediate Release
The 2nd Spectrum Art Award is launched