Artists’ Collecting Society Studio Prize

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

The Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company that administers intellectual property rights on behalf of visual artists. ACS is offering an artist the chance to win £6,000 to contribute to the cost of an artist’s studio in the UK. If you are an undergraduate or postgraduate university student on an accredited Fine Art course who is about to graduate, or has graduated from a university accredited Fine Art course within the last four years and you work in pictures, collage, painting, sculpture, tapestry, ceramics, glassware or photography, then you are eligible to apply for the prize.

Expires: June 30, 2017


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