In each edition we will reward an individual artist—selected by the jury after registering the highest score—with the opportunity to become part of JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects. The prize is the opportunity to become the face of the next edition of JOYA and their piece of art jewellery will be promoted in the media.
On its 21th anniversary, JOYA Barcelona will acknowledge the effort and work of the artists taking part.
Lily Kanellopoulou was the winner of JOYA 2019.
PREMIO INTERNACIONAL ARTE Y JOYA
Grupo Duplex and its magazine, Arte y Joya, will present an award to one of the artists taking part in the 10th edition of the Contemporary Jewellery Yearbook 2020-2021. An independent jury of well known personalities from the art and jewellery world will select the winner. The award consists of a major communications campaign in the group’s magazines and an international promotional campaign.
Jeemin Jamie Chung was the winner of 2019 edition.
PREMI DE RESIDÈNCIA DTERRA D'OBJECTES ARTESANALS
The Dterra Award was born out of our continuing commitment to supporting and promoting contemporary arts and crafts. It is aimed at students of all ages and nationalities who are exploring new ways of using, modifying and applying different materials in an innovative but crafted way. The winner will receive a fortnight’s stay in Sant Cugat, including use of the workshop and mentoring at Dterra.
Natascha Frechen was the winner of 2019 edition.
DOR MUSEUM AWARD
DOR MUSEUM Award is the acquisition of a piece that will become part of the museum’s contemporary jewelry collection.
At JOYA 2019 Junmin Bae was selected to be part of the Museum’s collection.