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The Graduate Scholarship Scheme aims to support two newly graduated ceramic artists through their first year of professional practice by offering a fully furnished studio space at a heavily subsidised cost with full use of all studio equipment for a period of one year. The successful applicants will be able to take full advantage of working alongside our full time professional members and gain vital exposure to gallery representatives and enthusiasts.

Arrow Graduate Information & application 2015/16
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Nod y cynllun yw i gefnogi dau artist cerameg sydd newydd raddio o gwrs gradd neu debyg yn ystod eu blwyddyn gyntaf o ymarfer proffesiynol. Cynigir gwagle stiwdio rhesymol wedi ei ddodrefnu, gyda defnydd llawn o gyfleusterau y stiwdio am gyfnod o flwyddyn. Mi fydd yr ymgeiswyr llwyddianus yn medru manteisio'n llawn o weithio ochr yn ochr gyda ein aelodau proffesiynol llawn amser, hefyd yn manteisio o gael sylw gan gynrychiolwyr o orielau a chefnogwyr yn y maes.


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work by/ gwaith gan: Jin Eui Kim, Joseph Hopkinson

Current and past Graduate Residents at FWCS //
Preswyliaid presennol a blaenorol FWCS:


Kate Haywood -
Sophie Southgate -


Mary Jones -
Emily Lewin -


Carol Feehan
Louise Hall - 


Joseph Hopkinson -
Jin Eui Kim -


Angela Speight -
Molly Firth -


Steven Gould
Natalia Dias -


Zoe Cameron -
Rosanna Martin -


Erin Jones -
Frankie Locke -

Zoe Cameron, FWCS Graduate Resident (2008/2009):

"It's been a good space to help me bridge the gap between college and the 'real' world, and assess my options. I've appreciated being able to continue working with such low overheads and 24hour access has been a great help."

Rosanna Martin, Studied at UWIC & FWCS Graduate Resident (2008/2009):

"Having the space at Fireworks this year has enabled me to continue working and developing ideas that I would not have been able to otherwise. It has been a valuable introduction to professional ceramic practice, at times challenging but also very rewarding. The facilities are great and the workspaces are a really good size. Having the space and facilities has enabled me to apply for and be selected to show at the Bovey Tracey Contemporary Craft Fair, which I'm hoping will be an exciting end to the year."

Frankie Locke, Studied at UWIC & FWCS Graduate Resident (2007/2008):

"The graduate residency provided me with an affordable studio space with excellent facilities giving me the opportunity to explore techniques and extend concepts formulated on the MA course and came at a crucial point in my artistic development."