OPEN CALL: Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2019

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The fifth anniversary of the internationally successful Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize is open for entries. The prize is open to artists working across all genres, styles and backgrounds. The extended deadline is the 24 February 2019.

This year the prize launches two new awards – a Photography Award supported by Fujifilm and Genesis Imaging and a New Media Award supported by Rich Mix.

These new opportunities join the already existing awards which support all other mediums.  We are a prize that focuses on supporting not just winners but all artists involved.

PRIZES INCLUDE:

Prize value increased to £9,000 prizes, for the Overall Winner, the Employee Choice Award, the Sculpture Award, New Media Award and Photography award.

Includes £1,000 of vouchers from Cass Art for 3 Winners

Included £1,000 production services from Genesis Imaging
Three month solo exhibitions in London, England
Group Show for 25 Shortlisted Artists in May – July 2019
Early entries will feature in our ongoing campaigns to clients, invitations to our informative talks.

For further information and the application form see here http://www.artprize.co.uk/or please email artprize@oaktreeandtiger.com with questions.

 

 

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