Griffin Art Prize

Website: https://griffingallery.co.uk/griffin-art-prize

The Griffin Art Prize 2017 is an exhibition and studio award for emerging artists in painting and drawing. The Griffin Art Prize will be offered to one UK based candidate at their location of choice. The winner will receive; a cash stipend of £5000, £2000 in studio rent, materials to value £3000 and a showcase of new work to be held alongside the Griffin Art Prize 2018 shortlist exhibition in November at Griffin Gallery. The prize includes a professional support programme; three studio visits from the Griffin Gallery team, technical support and a mentoring programme from an arts professional. There is an entry fee of ₤15.

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Expires: July 3, 2017


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