Please read the FAQs below for the commonly asked questions. If you are still unsure please contact the Project Manager, Parker Harris: Telephone: 020 3653 0896 Email: email@example.com
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, drawings that relate to ideation, detail drawings, assembly drawings, and architectural working drawings.
There are two stages of selection:
Stage 1 For longlisting from digital images, Project Manager, Parker Harris, will email all artists with the results by 5pm Friday 9 June 2022 from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have not heard by Monday 12 June 2023, please contact Parker Harris by email email@example.com
For shortlisting from in person selection, Project Manager, Parker Harris, will email all artists with the results by 5pm 20 July 2023 from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have not heard by 20 July 2023, please contact Parker Harris by email email@example.com
Following the selection process, those with drawings shortlisted for the Working Drawing Award must then send their drawings to a Collection Centre between 5 – 12 July 2023 (for further details regarding the dates and times for delivery of works, please see the Submissions & Collections Timetable PDF in the Downloads/Links section of this website) along with completed Work Submission Form and Work Labels. There is no charge for use of a Collection Centre. Alternatively, selected Working Drawings may be sent (by mail/courier) directly to Trinity Buoy Wharf by 5pm on 17 July 2023.
All works selected for the Working Drawing Award as part of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2023 will be retained from the point of delivery for the duration of the exhibition and exhibition tour from July 2023 to July 2024.
During the submission process you will be required to select which location you would like to deliver and collect your work should your work be successful at first round longlisting.
Please note all unselected works will ONLY be returned to the same collection point that your work was delivered to.
The maximum size drawing accepted for the Working Drawing Award submission is 2m in the largest dimension, including any frame.
Drawings submitted to the Working Drawing Award at Stage 1 longlisting do not have to be framed as this is a digital submission only and only if they are selected for Stage 2 they are to be prepared for exhibition presentation when the work is delivered in person for shortlisting.
Framing is the usual practice to ensure that drawings are protected in the normal course of handling and display. If your drawings are submitted unframed, the entry will be accepted subject to the following conditions. The organisers highly recommend that work is framed for best presentation of work.
iii) works that cannot be mirror plated, once selected, must be accompanied by installation and display instructions, and you may be required to supply suitable fixings.
If you are selected for the Working Drawing Award and need to ship work from outside the UK, your work should not be framed. Please ship your work in a reusable roll or packing (as above) to Art Moves of Chelsea, Blantyre Street, London, SW10 OEQ to arrive between 5 – 12 July. Please note that Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize will not be responsible for works that do not clear customs in time for the shortlist selection process.
Yes. Please provide your student number and details as requested on the application form.
No. Only work made since January 2022 is eligible for entry.
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