New Emergence Art Prize
Deadline: 23/02/2020 | Published: 13/12/2019 | New Emergence Art
The New Emergence Art Prize offers a £400 cash prize, a permanent website feature in our online gallery, as well as exposure in our inaugural online publication. We simply want to help under represented artists to gain exposure and provide support.
New Emergence Art is a newly launched art platform intended to showcase and support living artists around the world.
The New Emergence Art Prize offers a £400 cash prize, a permanent website feature in our online gallery, as well as exposure in our inaugural online publication. We want to help under represented artists to gain exposure.
1. Complete the application form
2. Submit 1-5 JPG images of your artwork (up to 2mb per file) OR a URL link to Youtube or Vimeo for videos.
3. Pay the £15 submission fee
Deadline for submissions: 23 February 2020
Shortlist announcement: 29 February 2020
Winner announced: 4 March 2020
The following submission fees apply to this opportunity.
- Submission Fee - 15.00 GBP
The appropriate fee will be payable using a debit or credit card after the submission has been completed. Contact the curator if you have any questions about the opportunity or the submission fee, or email email@example.com if you have any questions about the payment process.
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