Criteria for entry:
Who can enter
The work must be the work of an undergraduate, postgraduate or foundation student, studying at any university or college in the United Kingdom.
Fine art and applied art
Students of any fine art or applied art subject, including:
• Fine art
• Applied art
Students of any fashion subject, including:
• Fashion design
• Fashion photography
• Costume design
• Fashion jewellery
Students of any illustration subject, including:
• Fashion illustration
• Graphic design
• Visual communication
Students of illustration subjects focusing on children’s illustration
The theme for the Batsford Prize 2017 is Interpreting Nature
We are looking for entries that show innovative and well-crafted interpretations of nature in terms of subject or materials used, or a combination of the two. The work should reveal something about nature and our relationship to it.
Submitting your entry:
Entries should comprise of up to 5 digital images of the work (total file size of 10MB) and a supporting statement of up to 500 words (to be included on the entry form).
If your entry is in the form of a video you can either send us a URL to the video to view online, or send us the video via file transfer e.g. WeTransfer.
To download the entry form, please click here.
Last day for entries is 4 April 2017.
The submitted work should be original to the student and any copyright cleared (if necessary). Both works created as a part of the students coursework and personal works are accepted for entry.
There’s a limit of one entry per person.
To submit your artwork, please send us the requested material along with the entry form at email@example.com with ‘BATSFORD PRIZE ENTRY’ as the email subject.
Judges: Vaughan Grylls, Katie Cowan and Tina Persaud
Shortlisted entrants will be notified in April 2017, and the winners will be announced in May 2017. Shortlisted entrants and their tutors will be invited to attend the award event, which is held in London on the 10th May (evening).
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘BATSFORD PRIZE’ as the email subject.