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Danish Embassy Art Prize 2016

last modified Nov 16, 2015 02:51 PM
The Danish Embassy Art Prize is an annual art competition for Danish Art and Art History students in the UK. The recipient of the prize will have the unique possibility of exhibiting at the Royal Danish Embassy in London. The deadline for applications is 7 December 2015.

The Danish Embassy Art Prize is open to Danish BA and MA graduates at UK Art and Art History programmes, in their final year, or within 24 months following graduation.

The recipient of the Danish Embassy Art Prize will be offered an exhibition at the Royal Danish Embassy in London for the duration of one year. As part of this, an opening reception will be organised for the artist. Furthermore, the recipient will receive £1,000 towards the materials, installation and transport costs of their exhibition.

The winner of the Danish Embassy Art Prize will be selected on the basis of advice from an external professional visual art panel. The selection panel for this year’s prize includes Marie Nipper, Senior Curator at Tate Liverpool, Mads Damsbo, director of Brandts Art Museum and Barry Phipps, Director of Visual Art, The Møller Centre and Fellow, Churchill College, University of Cambridge.

Entries should be submitted by 7 December 2015. For more information, see the Danish Embassy website, or download an application and FAQ form.


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