British Women Artists Competition

23 Oct 2010 – 30 Nov 2010

Cost of entry

5 pounds per entry

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London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bus numbers 8, 26, 35, 47, 48, 78, 135, 149, 242, & 388 stop near the venue on Norton Folgate. Parking is available off Great Eastern Street and Commercial Street.
  • Old Street and Aldgate East stations are both fifteen minutes walk from the venue.
  • Zoo 2009 is less than five minutes walk away from Liverpool Street station.
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We at British Women Artists are delighted to give you the opportunity to enter this years competition which will give you the chance to win £300 and will give your work the exposure and debate that it deserves from judges who are established in different areas of the arts:- Jane McAdam Freud daughter of Lucian Freud and Katherine McAdam who's multi-disciplinary practice covers, sculpture, drawing, print, and 4D (film). Her works are represented in many national collections including the British Museum and National Gallery, London, the Ashmolean Museum and Fitzwilliam Museum. International collections include The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, USA, The National Gallery (Athens), Greece, and The Berlin State Museums. McAdam Freud is a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a Founding Fellow of the Munton Medallion[3]. In 1991 she was awarded the Italian State Mint prize and granted Freedom of the City of London. She has published two catalogues. On the Edge 1996, Relative Relations 2006 and her papers and publication. For more information please go to:- Kim Morrissey's books include Batoche, (Now in its fourth publication.) Poems for Men Who Dream of Lolita, Dora: a Case of Hysteria and Clever as Paint: the Rossettis in Love. Mrs. Ruskin is forthcoming from Aark Arts. Kim is writer-in-residence for the Bloomsbury Time Bank Purple Poets in London. For more information go to:- "Morrissey perfectly embodies Marianne Moore's definition of an ideal poet (and an ideal cheese): 'local, but prized elsewhere.' "-- Brenda Niskala Ayla Lepine arrived in the UK from Canada in 2003 and studied theology as a postgraduate at Oxford University before returning to art history, obtaining a Courtauld MA ('The Aesthetic Turn' with Caroline Arscott) in 2005 and is now a Visiting Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art and Gallery as well as the V&A, and Love Art London (for whom she once spoke in a fetching false mustache). Her academic work has consistently engaged with gender theory, spirituality, rituals, and perceptions of historicism. She is increasingly concerned with interdisciplinary approaches to visual culture, especially with regard to the importance of music, faith and feminism for art historical practice. She is also a curator and writer of many published documents and more information about her work can be found at:-


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