Zealous Stories: Short Story winner, Yvette Naden, is an obsessive writer of poetry and prose. Written between lectures and assignments at university, as well as a busy social life, her winning short story Burial Rites tackles themes of grief, loss and infidelity.
Getting recognisable individuals to judge your programme can provide real value to candidates entering your programme. But doing so isn't easy. Here are our top tips to guarantee success when approaching judges and partners.
Zealous Stories: Print winner, Angelica Trimble-Yanu, was born and raised in Oakland, California and is an enrolled member of the Oglála Lakȟóta Nation. Angelica's interdisciplinary approach explores the nuanced concepts of identity, ancestral memory, sacred homeland, and traditional narrative.
Timing is everything – opening your submissions at the wrong time or for too long could negatively impact the number of candidates who apply. Find out more on what to watch out for when crafting the schedule of your programme.
Zealous Stories: Digital Art winner, Nigel Goldsmith, is a visual artist focusing on environmental issues and the Anthropocene. Goldsmiths' mesmerising videos explore the worst impacts of our linear economy, which often take place out of sight, over the horizon or below the surface.
Discover out how to reduce administrative headaches and running a successful competition by defining how you will select successful candidates early on.
Zealous Stories: Performance winner, M. Lohrum, is an artist based in London and currently working across video, drawing and performance. Her practice is defined as performative drawing, inspired by the uncertain and changeable nature of both our social context and artistic creation.
This year, Zealous celebrates its 10th Anniversary. In recognition of this momentous occasion, we've interviewed founder and CEO, Guy Armitage, to find out more about the company's past, present and future.