Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2020

Website: https://www.artprize.co.uk/

The sixth year of the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize is open for entries. The prize is open to artists working across all genres, styles and backgrounds. The winner, selected by a judging panel of eminent art experts, collectors and art critics, will receive a £3,000 cash prize and a solo exhibition in the Ashurst Emerging Artists Gallery in London, with the winner of the Sculpture Award receiving a £1,750 cash award and a solo exhibition of their work. There is also the Choice Award of £1,500 and returning for a second year are the £1,500 Photography Award and the New Media Award of £1,500, for artists who use digital techniques or mediums. There is a submission fee of £20 for the first artwork, then £10 per additional artwork up to 5.

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Expires: February 2, 2020


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