ABOUT THE TRINITY BUOY WHARF DRAWING PRIZE WORKING DRAWING AWARD

Drawing practitioners are invited to enter this special award for Working Drawings, as part of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 exhibition. The Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Award has a dedicated online entry process and expert selection panel.

The Working Drawing Award aims to expand and enhance our knowledge and understanding of working drawings – drawings from which something else can or will be made.

Working drawings are understood to include:
• Drawings from which something can be made
• Drawings that illustrate and/or explain an idea as part of a process towards production
• Drawings that facilitate working through the development of an idea
• Drawings that form an instruction to a maker in any area that drawings are used in this way.

It is anticipated drawings for architecture, design, engineering, and many other disciplines that involve construction and making, as well as within art practice, will be submitted for this award as part of the annual Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 exhibition. We anticipate receiving notational or planning drawings, drawings that relate to ideation, detail drawings, assembly drawings, and other working drawings.

It is anticipated drawings for design, architecture, engineering and other disciplines, as well as within art practice, will be submitted for this award.

PLEASE NOTE: Entrants are welcome to submit drawings for both the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Prize AND the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize

PRIZE

The Working Drawing Award – £2,000

EXHIBITION

The selected working drawings will form part of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 exhibition and publication. Supplementary material may be requested for the final display.

SELECTORS

The Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Award will be selected by:

Leonie Bell

Director of V&A Dundee

Charles O. Job

Designer & Architect, Professor of Architecture and Design Theory at Bern University of Applied Sciences

Paul Finch

Programme Director, World Architecture Festival

HOW TO ENTER

All drawing practitioners are invited to enter online HERE.

Please note that all entrants are required to complete the online entry form, select the number of works they wish to submit, and upload their images.

The deadline for entries is 5pm on Tuesday 15 June 2021.

ENTRY FEE

Applicants may submit up to three drawings. Entry fees are listed below:

Standard Entry: 1 work = £20; 2 works = £30; 3 works = £40

Student Entry: 1 work = £15; 2 works = £20; 3 works = £25

NOTIFICATION OF THE SELECTION PANEL'S DECISION

All applicants will be informed by email of the outcome of the Selection Process by 6pm on Friday 25 June 2021. The email will be from tbwdp@parkerharris.co.uk.

If you do not receive an email by Monday 28 June 2021, please contact the Project Manager, Parker Harris, by telephone on 020 3653 0896 or by email at tbwdp@parkerharris.co.uk

The exhibition and special display will be chosen by the Selection Panel and will be formed of works that the expert panel consider to be exemplary working drawings. The decision of the Selection Panel is final and binding, and no correspondence will be entered into.

SELECTED DRAWINGS

Full dates and delivery details will be available shortly.

Selected drawings should be delivered on 19 July 2021 to:

Trinity Buoy Wharf
64 Orchard Place
London E14 0JY
trinitybuoywharf.com

Delivery of selected works may be made via the one of UK Regional Collection Centres for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021. There is no charge for using one of the Collection Centres. Overseas entrants whose drawings are selected will be contact directly with information about later delivery details.

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KEY DATES

Tuesday 15 June 2021 at 5pmDeadline for entries
Friday 25 June 2021Applicants notified of results
TBCRegional collection dates
Monday 19 July 2021Delivery to Trinity Buoy Wharf
Wednesday 29 September 2021AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT & EXHIBITION LAUNCH AT TRINITY BUOY WHARF
Autumn 2020 - Summer 2021Exhibition Tour

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