Terms and Conditions


You must be aged 18 - 25 to enter.

You must not already have exclusive representation.

You can submit up to 5 different artworks, of any medium including paintings, photography, mixed media, sculpture, etc.

You must be the owner of the submitted artworks and the work(s) submitted are of your own origination. You must hold all moral and intellectual property rights in the submitted artworks.

There is no entry fee.

The Organisers cannot guarantee the Judging Panel members in any way, even if specified by the Artist in the submission form, but will endeavour to notify The Artist of any changes within 30 days. The Artist accepts that their submission is not dependent on the Judging Panel members.

By submitting the digital entry form, you accept that if successful in stage 1 the selected artwork(s) must be available in order to proceed to stage 2 and be delivered for physical exhibition and display as part of the shortlist exhibition. Dates for the delivery window will be given to you before the shortlist has been selected and confirmed.

The Artist agrees to allow The Organisers to share details from the entry form with our partners, supporters and sponsors. This includes submitted personal data limited to full name, website, social media profiles, email and phone number.

The Artist, upon submitted their entry and payment, is not restricted in selling or exhibiting the artwork themselves until they are invited to be Shortlisted in stage 1 onwards, and The Artist will be contacted by The Organisers specifically to check this. 

For any artworks submitted to the competition, you are not restricted in selling it, exhibiting it or any similar activity. But we ask you that you notify us if it is sold or changes ownership, or changes in any way. The entry fee is non-refundable, but you may notify us if you wish to remove the artwork or application from consideration by The Organisers and Judging Panel.

Once The Artist has submitted their entry form, no changes or additions will be allowed. 

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, however caused, whether in transit to and from the exhibition, or during any period of storage, packing or unpacking, exhibition or in any period in which the work is in their or the Sponsor's keeping.

The Organisers recommend that you take out insurance to cover the artwork, especially for while in transit and while at the Sponsor's premises. Having insurance is not, however, obligatory for entry into the competition.

If you are being considered for the Shortlist, you will be required to read carefully and sign a Prize Participation Agreement detailing The Organiser’s and your obligations for being Shortlisted, exhibited and promoted. This will be sent in advance of being Shortlisted, and acceptance is required within 7 days of receiving it in order to be confirmed as Shortlisted.

Once registered for this competition, all Artists agree that we, The Organisers and The Sponsors, may all reproduce the Artists' work for purposes of marketing, promotion, discussion and education, in media including catalogues and publications, posters, postcards, websites and social media and on television, and may license, under these conditions to others only for the same purposes.

Artists agree to be placed on The Organiser's mailing lists for our email newsletters and any other information that we may send you and grant full permission in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. The Artist reserves the right to opt-out of this at any time.


A maximum of 5 artworks per Artist may be entered into the competition. 

The image submitted must accurately portray the artwork.

The image(s) and the completed submission form must be submitted online by the stated final Deadline. Entries received late will be invalid unless the competition is extended for any reason, when entries received after then but before the new extended date will be valid.

The Judging Panel may change at any time and will be updated on the website within a week of any changes. If you list on your Entry Form a judge that has changed, then you will be sent an email giving you the option to select a new judge. If you wish to cancel your entry, based on the departure of any judge you listed in your entry form, then you are able to as long as it is before the Entry Deadline, and you email us stating this clearly.


Accepted media include but are not limited to: paintings, drawings, original prints, photography, sculptures, digitally produced artworks, mixed media constructions, video, sound, digital applications and installations.
Performance art is not accepted in this competition, although video art, and any recordings of performances are accepted.


The Artist will receive a confirmation email within 14 days of submission or an email detailing any errors in the submission or with the payment. If paying the submission fee via Stripe or PayPal, The Artist will receive a receipt from them and can record the Transaction ID to query any issues. The Organisers do not issue invoices for entry payments. The Organisers will confirm every payment received via email within 2 weeks of the final deadline.

Within 14 days after entry and The Organisers having received the entry fee (whichever is later), we will confirm (via email only) you have entered correctly. If you don't receive an email then contact us after the 14 day period.

If there are any issues, please contact us via email specifying the email and full name you used in the entry form, along with full details of the issues. We will endeavour to respond within 7 days.


If you feel you have not been treated fairly after your acceptance of these terms and conditions of entry, please send us details of your complaint and we will endeavour to review it in an appropriate time.