Griffin Art Prize

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

The Griffin Art Prize 2016 is an exhibition and residency award in painting and drawing.  An exhibition of 6 short-listed artists will be held at Griffin Gallery in November. The winner of Griffin Art Prize 2016 will be selected by the judges from the shortlist exhibition and announced at the private view in Griffin Gallery. The prize offers a three month residency in the Studio Building in London. A studio, materials of choice, a mentoring programme and accommodation are provided for the winning artist to develop new work over a three month period February to April 2017. All UK based artists graduated B.A or above since and including 2009, and whose primary medium is painting or drawing, are eligible to apply. Entry is £15 per application.

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Expires: July 3, 2016


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