Write on Art 2020: School Years 12 and 13 (England and Wales), S5 & 6 (Scotland), School Years 13 and 14 (Northern Ireland)
Deadline: 31st July 2020
Due to the recent outbreak of Covid-19 and the impact on schools, we will be extending the deadline for the 2019–20 Write on Art prize to 31st July 2020. We will confirm the date of the prize-giving ceremony in due course. Please keep an eye on our website and follow #WriteOnArt on social media for the latest updates.
Please read before applying:
- Choose one artwork from the Art UK website that interests or intrigues you. Take a look at our advice on picking a work of art.
- Write maximum 600 words (excluding footnotes).
- Write about it in a way that would persuade people to share your interest and enthusiasm. Have a look at our top tips before you start writing
- Make sure you include a picture of your chosen artwork, along with its title and the artist's name, in your submission.
- The final file should be in a PDF format.
- Nominate a responsible adult (teacher, care worker, youth worker, counsellor, parent, or carer) to verify that your essay was written by you.
Note: This step is mandatory. Any submission without a completed reference form from a responsible adult will be disqualified. You will be able to send your responsible adult a form to complete when you're filling out your application. Read the full terms and conditions.
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