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British National Sculpture prize

Emerging outdoor artists are invited to submit their work for the British National Sculpture Prize.
 
Deadline for Registration is 28 February 2021
Broomhill Sculpture Gardens, North Devon
 
The British National Sculpture prize, founded by Rinus and Aniet, offers a chance for emerging sculptors to showcase their talents by having their work publicly displayed alongside established artists at the Broomhill Sculpture Gardens in North Devon.
 


The competition’s theme this year is ‘Out-thinking the Future’. Two winners will be chosen from an initial shortlist of ten, who will all be awarded £2,500 each to create a sculpture to be displayed at the Broomhill Estate for 1 year. The overall winner, chosen by a panel of experts will receive a prize of £15,000. For the first time in the competition’s history applicants are not required to hold a qualification from an art college or university.  
 
To enter the British National Sculpture Prize go to, http://www.broomhill-estate.com/nsp.html
 
 
 
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