100 Masters makes the shortlist for the N.I.C.E. AWards 2019

Lorraine & Nicki from Penkridge Ceramics - portrait by Laura Dicken

Lorraine & Nicki from Penkridge Ceramics - portrait by Laura Dicken

The CBC team are thrilled, once again, to have been shortlisted for another award for our 100 Masters project.

The Network for Innovations in Culture & Creativity in Europe (n.i.c.e) awards have shortlisted 100 Masters from 55 applications across 19 nations. There are 8 projects in the shortlist with the overall winner being announced in February 2019.

About the Award

Since 2013, the annual NICE Award has been promoting innovations through the cultural and creative sectors, and their integration into the wider economy and society, with the aim of tackling the major challenges of our future today. To this end, the NICE Award creates visibility and know-how transfer throughout Europe for innovations that have been overlooked until now. It kicks off debates and sparks ideas in industry, culture and government, and motivates cultural and creative makers to be innovative and more experimental.

The news follows on from our Autumn shortlist at the European Youth Awards where we have won the category for ‘Smart Learning’. The overall EYA winner will be announced early December with CBC’s Liam Smyth and Rosalind Argo invited to the ceremony in Graz, Austria to present the project to invited guests.

Image: By Laura Dicken for 100 Masters

100 MastersKerry O'Coy