The Collyer Bristow Award

Website: https://www.collyerbristow.com/item/2174-exceptional-the-collyer-bristow-award

Leading law firm Collyer Bristow is now inviting submissions from artists for the Collyer Bristow Graduate Art Award. All students who graduated between 2015 and 2017 (BA or MA) from participating art schools- Goldsmiths, Middlesex and City & Guilds of London Art School are eligible to enter this competition for exceptional artists. Applicants have the chance to win a prize of £2000 and a staff prize alongside the opportunity to be selected for a curated group exhibition for four months at Collyer Bristow Gallery.

Expires: March 28, 2018


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