Muban Educational Trust
The Muban Educational Trust (MET), previous known as the Muban Foundation, is a small charitable organisation based in London.
It is dedicated to raising the profile and re-vitalizing the field of contemporary Chinese printmaking.
MET administers a collection of more than 6500 Chinese woodblock prints from the last 250 years with a particular emphasis on prints from the late 20th century.
The Muban Education Trust Woodblock Printmaking Award
In order to identify and reward young talents in contemporary Chinese printmaking, MET offers an annual printmaking award which invites submissions from young printmakers from all areas of mainland China. The first and second MET Awards were held in 2015 and 2016, both have been great successes – 30 young artists have been shortlisted and 5 winners have been awarded.
The judges of the MET prints Awards are:
Anne Farrer – Sotheby’s Institute of Art, the Muban Educational Trust
David Barker – The Muban Educational Trust
Weimin He – Ruskin School of Art
Clarissa von Spee – The British Museum
Kevin McLoughlin – Independent Scholar