Since 2002, The Discerning Eye has offered artists a unique Drawing Bursary and exhibiting opportunity as part of the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
Up to 5 artists will be shortlisted for the Bursary and an exhibition of their selected work will be shown as part of the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London in November 2016.
£1500 will be awarded to the winner of the Bursary and £150 will be awarded to each of the runners-up.
This opportunity is open to any artist born or resident in the UK.
Artists are required to enter online. Artists must complete the online Application Form, upload images, CV and short statement about their work and how receiving the Bursary will benefit their practice.
There is an entry fee of £5 per artist.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY ONE APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED PER ARTIST
Images of up to 3 artworks may be submitted. Images must not be larger than 500KB each. All submitted artworks must be available for the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition and to be delivered to the Mall Galleries on Thursday 10 November 2016.
Artists are required to give a written explanation (max. 50 words) of:
How you would propose to use the bursary & the anticipated benefits of receiving the bursary.
Artists are also required to submit a short CV with their application (maximum 1 A4 page in Word or PDF format).
The Discerning Eye Drawing Bursary is selected by The Discerning Eye Educational Panel:
Tony Humphreys and John Penrose
Discerning Eye CEO & Chairman
Art critic, writer, curator
Dr Giles Brown
|12 September 2016 (5pm GMT)||Online Entry closes|
|14 October 2016||Artist notified if selected|
|10 November 2016 (10am to 5pm)||Deliver work to Mall Galleries (17 Carlton House Terrace entrance)|
|17 November 2016||Winner announced at Artists' PV|
|17 - 27 November 2016||ING Discerning Exhibition open to the public at the Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1|
|30 November 2016||Collection of unsold work from Mall Galleries (17 Carlton House Terrace entrance)|
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