Please read the FAQs below for the commonly asked questions. If you are still unsure please contact the Project Managers, Parker Harris: Telephone: 020 3653 0896 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the award, a working drawing is understood to be a drawing from which something else can or will be made; a drawing that illustrates and explains an idea as part of a process towards production or construction; a drawing that facilitates the development of an idea; or that forms a drawn instruction to a maker. It is anticipated drawings for architecture, design, engineering, and other disciplines that involve construction and making, as well as within art practice, will be submitted for this award and exhibition. We anticipate receiving notational drawings, detail drawings, assembly drawings, and architectural working drawings.
The Project Manager, Parker Harris, will email all artists with the results by 6pm Friday 26 June 2020 from email@example.com. If you have not heard by Monday 29 June 2020 please contact Parker Harris on telephone 020 3653 0896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected artworks must be delivered on 3 August 2020 to:
Trinity Buoy Wharf
64 Orchard Place
London E14 0JY
Alternatively, artists may use the delivery services for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize. There is no charge for using one of these carriers. Deliveries can be made to one of the following: (full details will be available shortly)
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The maximum size drawing accepted for submission is 2.4m in the largest dimension, including frame.
The conditions of entry state that work should be framed. This is a standard measure to ensure that your drawings are protected in the normal course of handling and display.
If there is a genuine aesthetic reason for the work to remain unframed, the entry will be accepted subject to the following conditions:
i) you will be required to provide a reusable and robust packing case, or equivalent, for the protection of your work that is designed for safe transportation, handling and storage, and that will not cause damage to other works;
ii) that if you enter work outside of the Rules & Guidelines, it is entered at your own risk. The Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize will not accept any liability for any loss or damage that may occur in the normal course of handling.
iii) if selected for exhibition, you will be required to provide suitable packaging for your work while in storage and during transportation throughout the exhibition and tour, or to provide a frame or other means of presentation as recommended by the organisers.
iv) works that cannot be mirror plated, once selected, must be accompanied by full hanging instructions and if selected for exhibition you may be required to supply suitable fixings.
We recommend that well-made, durable wooden frames are used. These types of frames ensure that the surface of your work is protected, and are robust enough to withstand transportation, handling and fixtures for hanging.
Please note that some frame finishes (such as gesso, lacquer, etc) are fragile and are not durable for handling purposes. If you decide to present your work in these types of frames, we strongly recommend you wrap the frame edges in stretch wrap film. Perspex frames should be submitted in a packing case for additional protection. Metal frames and clip frames are not allowed as these can cause injuries during the normal course of handling.
Yes. Please provide your student number and details as requested on the application form.
No. Only work made since January 2019 is eligible for entry.
No. Only artists currently resident in the UK are eligible for entry. All artists living outside the UK are able to enter work for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, please click here for further information.
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