Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize

Website: http://ruthborchard.org.uk/self-portrait-prize/

The Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize offers a £10,000 prize, and the chance for work to be purchased for the Ruth Borchard Next collection.  One-hundred and twenty works will be selected for the Ruth Borchard Prize 2017 exhibition at Piano Nobile Kings Place in September. All artists working or living in the UK and Ireland are eligible to enter. Works must be a self-portrait of the artist. Acceptable media include drawing, painting, watercolour, print, collage, photo-collage, mixed media, and low-relief sculpture and construction. Pure photography, stand-alone sculpture, and moving image works are not eligible for inclusion. There is a submission fee of £25.

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Expires: April 21, 2017


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