Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018

Website: https://tbwdrawingprize.artopps.co.uk/

Artists are invited to submit entries for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018, the largest and longest running annual open exhibition dedicated to drawing in the UK. Previously known as Jerwood Drawing Prize, this opportunity is open to UK-based drawing practitioners, from student to established. Up to 70 drawings will be selected for an exhibition that will launch at Trinity Buoy Wharf, the exhibition will subsequently tour to venues nationwide. A First Prize of £8,000; Second Prize of £5,000; and a Student Award of £2,000 will be awarded at a private ceremony at Trinity Buoy Wharf in September 2018. Applicants may submit up to three drawings, Standard Entry: 1 work = £20; 2 works = £30; 3 works = £40. Student Entry: 1 work = £15; 2 works = £20; 3 works = £25.

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Expires: June 27, 2018


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