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The 2021 edition of The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize is now open for entries! We are proud to once again support the Photography Award, which returns for its third edition this year. The panel of judges will include our Creative Director, Mark Foxwell.

The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2021 will be awarded to artists that show significant potential, interesting ideas, a relevant message and skillful execution. The aim of the Emerging Artist Prize and Emerging Artist Programme is to find, build and support the careers of talented international emerging artists and get their art seen by a wider audience.

The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize Photography Award:

£1,500 voucher from Genesis Imaging
​£500 cash from Ashurst
12 month mentorship with Genesis Imaging
Exhibition in London during Sep – Dec 2021

The Prize is now open for entries – the deadline is 31st January 2021, 23:59 (GMT).

Why Enter the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize?

£10,000 of prizes & exhibitions in London
Renowned judging panel
Consideration for the Ashurst Art Collection 2021
Every entrant is promoted on our social media channels
​Free career development talks for artists
20% discount on art supplies from Cass Art
20% discount on printing and production at Genesis Imaging

All Mediums | Sculpture | Photography | Digital | New Media
Entry Deadline: 31 January 2021

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