Thursday, June 17, 2021

Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize: deadline is TODAY 5PM!

For some reason, the Call for Entries for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize passed me by.

So this is a prompt for those who have entered previously and/or intend to enter again....

The DEADLINE IS TODAY - 5pm

You can enter via https://tbwdrawingprize.artopps.co.uk/


The benefits of the TBW Drawing Prize are:

  •  Cash prizes totalling £27,000. These are:
    • First Prize – £8,000
    • Second Prize – £5,000
    • Student Award – £2,000
    • Working Drawing Prize – £2,000
    • Evelyn Williams Drawing Award – £10,000 - selection by a separate set of Judges
  • Your work may be selected for the annual exhibition of around 65 drawings (i.e. NOT just an online show!). The exhibition will launch in Trinity Buoy Wharf, in London, and show in galleries across the UK.
  • Your work is seen by the panel of selectors.  

This is how the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 works

There is a two-stage selection process:

  • Stage 1: Drawings are registered by 5pm on 17 June 2021. The Selection Panel will choose a longlist of drawings from the online entries. All works are viewed without reference to their maker. Entrants will be notified by 5pm on 25 June 2021 of the outcome.
  • Stage 2: Longlisted drawings must be delivered to 
    • one of the Collection Centres located across the UK 
    • or directly to Trinity Buoy Wharf in London 
    • during July 2021 for the final selection process.
  • Selected Works: The final selection is announced in July 2021 - including all drawings shortlisted for the exhibition and awards 

Note the following

The biennial Evelyn Williams Drawing Award is supported by the Evelyn Williams Trust and is awarded to a selected artist with a significant track record to develop and realise a body of new drawings for a solo exhibition or to realise a new exhibition installation otherwise based on their drawing practice at Hastings Contemporary. Please note that students are not eligible for this award.

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