As regular readers of this blog will know, the Arthur Silver Award was set up to encourage Middlesex University Final Year Art & Design students to engage with the museum's collections. Entrants to the award are required to use the MoDA collections as inspiration in the development of a piece of studio work. The winner receives a cash prize of £1000. From this year the award will also be open to entries from 2nd Year students.
Publicity for this year's Award is launched this week and we hope that entries will be of similarly high standard to previous years. You can see the winning entries of previous winners of the award in a display at Middlesex University on the ground floor of the Sheppard Library on the Hendon campus. The display will be up until Friday 30th November. Alternatively you can refer to previous blog posts.
|Hair necklace design by Kerry Howley, 2011 winner|
To download an application form please click here. The deadline for entries for this year's award is Friday 17th May 2013.
For more information about the Arthur Silver Award please see previous blog posts or contact Richard Lumb, MoDA's Learning Officer, on 020 8411 4380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org