The John Byrne Award will now accept entries from everybody over 16 living or studying in Scotland from September 2019. Top prize: £7500.
Closing date: 31 Jan 2020
The John Byrne Award will now accept entries from everybody over 16 living or studying in Scotland from September 2019.
£7500 annual prize | £250 monthly prize (£500 September)
There’s been a change to the John Byrne Awards: they are now accepting entries from everybody over 16 in Scotland (previously the age limit was 30)
The John Byrne Award is an online exhibition, competition, and community, welcoming people who seek a deeper understanding of the values that drive their beliefs and actions.
As Scotland’s most inclusive, creative arts platform they accept creative work in any medium, 365 days a year, now from everybody over 16 living or studying in Scotland. To celebrate widening their intake, they are also increasing The John Byrne Monthly Award prize money to £500 this September and the annual prize awarded every year to £7500.
*All creative mediums welcome
*Every entry published
*Free to enter
*15 minutes to submit
*Every entrant invited to our Award Ceremony
The John Byrne Award is an online exhibition, competition, and community, welcoming people who seek a deeper understanding of the values that drive our beliefs and actions. They welcome creative work from all disciplines and encourage our community to explore the huge variety of inspiring ideas shared through The John Byrne Award.
To celebrate opening to everybody over 16 and removing our previous age cap, we are also doubling this months prize money to £500 and increasing our annual prize money to £7500.
Visit www.Johnbyrneaward.org.uk to see all entries.
Everyone who enters will receive an invitation to our awards ceremony, held in Edinburgh in February 2020.
Any creative medium is accepted. Examples include:
Visual - sculpture, screen prints, mixed media.
Design - Product/industrial design, fashion design, textile design, game design, UI/UX design, interior and spatial design, architectural design.
Many opportunities are uploaded by craft people, places, and organisations. Craft Scotland does not organise the opportunities and is not responsible for incorrect details. Any queries should be directed to the organiser.