The Rome Scholarship 2019

Website: https://www.royalsocietyofbritishartists.org.uk/rome-scholarship-2019/

The Royal Society of British Artists are calling for entries for their Rome Scholarship 2019. A prestigious scholarship awarded to a young or newly graduated artist, which will offer an enriching learning experience as well as improving their profile as an emerging artist. The scholarship includes four weeks at the Sala Uno gallery, accommodation in a self-contained apartment, studio space within the gallery, half-board and return flights to Rome and £600 prize money. 20 semi-finalists will be invited to show their work at the RBA Rising Stars exhibition in London. Applicants must be under the age of 35 and their work must be figurative. The work may be painting, drawing, printmaking or sculpture. There is an application fee of £10.

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Expires: January 31, 2019


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