ACS Studio Prize 2019

Website: https://www.acsstudioprize.com/

The Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) Studio Prize 2019 is offering an artist the chance to win £6,000 to contribute to the cost of an artist’s studio in the UK. The Studio Prize was established by ACS in 2017 to help artists with the costs of rising studio rents. It recognises the need for studio space and financial stability for emerging artists at the pivotal stage of beginning their careers.The Prize is open to all final-year Fine Art undergraduate and postgraduate students. Artists who have graduated from a Fine Art course within the past four years are also invited to apply. Applicants must simply submit a PDF portfolio of their work and a short statement

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Expires: June 30, 2019


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