Noga Shatz is a London based multidisciplinary artist specializing in painting and printmaking. She obtained her MFA degree with distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, and her BA from HaMidrasha – Faculty of the Arts, Israel. She has been exhibiting her work in solo and group exhibitions in England, Israel and Germany.
She has been awarded the Anthony Dawson Print Award, the Slade Printmaking Scholarship, the Slade Summer School Residency Award, the Slade Annual Group Project Award, Max Werner Drawing Prize (nomination), Neo Gallery Print Project Award, Highly Commended Artist at Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize, Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts Exhibition Grant, Art Council England Grant and The Foundation for Future London Grant.
Collaborative & community work;
In 2021 Shatz founded the social organisation The Open Art Club; A fully funded art-program, providing employment and visibility to LGBTQ+ artists while providing free art-learning to the East-London community.
In 2019/20, Shatz led a collaborative project titled 'TIPOLET' (A Little Therapy), working and collaborating with seventeen artists from different disciplines.