Mother Art Prize 2018

Website: https://www.procreateproject.com/call-for-entries-art-prize-for-mother-art-2018/

The Mother Art Prize: an international open call for self-identifying women, non-binary visual artists with caring responsibilities. The prize is aimed at artists working in all media and with no thematic restrictions. 20 shortlisted artists will be exhibited publicly in an art gallery in London as part of a group show and will be given the opportunity to sell their artworks on the Procreate Project online shop. Information about the venue for the show will be announced soon. The Award Winner will receive 1 Month residency at The White House in Dagenham with the support of Create London (this covers an Art Studio and accommodation for the artist and her family), £500 cash prize and mentoring session. There is an entry fee of £15 for up to 3 artworks.

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Expires: November 26, 2018


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