Rijksstudio Award now open / deadline 15 January 2017

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The Rijksstudio Award design competition is now open for entry! Be inspired by the Rijksmuseum’s collection and create your own personal masterpiece. Anyone can take part and all art forms are allowed.

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The Rijksmuseum will be awarding the Rijksstudio Award for the third time. Draw inspiration from the Rijksmuseum’s collection, download images from Rijksstudio and use them to create your own artwork.

Anyone can take part and all art forms and interpretations are allowed, from design, decorative arts and applied arts to fashion design, photography and video. The winner will receive a prize of €10,000. Please submit your work before 15 January 2017.

More info and entry form: https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio-award

 

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