Terms and Conditions


You must be the owner of the submitted artwork and the work submitted is of your own origination.

By submitting the digital entry form, you accept that if shortlisted, your selected artwork must be delivered for the next stage of judging and exhibition. The winner of the competition needs to be available to take part in the Ian Murphy Workshops on June 24th and 25th June 2020.

The Organisers endeavour to take care of your work, but will not be liable for any loss or damage to any artworks physically submitted at any point.

Once registered for this competition, all Artists agree that we, The Organisers and The Sponsors, may reproduce the Artists' work for purposes of marketing, promotion, discussion and education.



The image submitted must accurately portray the artwork.

The image(s) and the completed entry form(s) must be submitted online, using the submission form on this website.

The image(s) and completed submission form must be submitted online by May 15th 2020. Entries received late will be invalid unless the competition is extended for any reason.



You can submit one artwork per entrant.

Accepted media include: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media.

Artwork must, if shortlisted for judging, be the same work previously submitted as a digital image and be available for the next stage of judging and, if selected for the exhibition, including the whole exhibition period and any other public display opportunity.

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* 1. I agree to the Terms and Conditions above