Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2019

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The fifth anniversary of the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize is open for entries. The prize is open to artists working across all genres, styles and backgrounds. This year the prize launches two new awards, the New Media Award, open to artists who use technology within their practice and the Photography Award.  The prize offers four awards between £1,000 and £3,000, art materials vouchers and a solo exhibition in the Ashurst Emerging Artists Gallery. All artists who enter before the 25 November will receive feedback on the application they submitted. There is a submission fee of £20 for the first artwork, then £10 per additional artwork up to 5.

Expires: February 24, 2019


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