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Rolls Building Art and Education Trust & The Technology and Construction Court Art Competition
2023 is the 150th anniversary of The Technology and Construction Court (TCC), a major specialist Court that deals with disputes about building, engineering and all kinds of technology including software. The TCC is based in the Rolls Building, a spacious and modern courthouse in London's legal heartland.
As part of the anniversary celebrations, there will be a competition for young artists. Entries can be 2D artworks in any medium (except exclusively photography) and relate to the themes of Construction or Technology. Please see Terms & Conditions for more information.
There are two entry categories, with generous prizes sponsored by The Worshipful Company of Constructors. The winning entries will be displayed as part of the 150th anniversary exhibition at the Rolls Building:
|Category I||Category II|
|Students in Years 12 and 13||Higher Education Students aged 18+|
|First Prize: £500||First Prize: £1,000|
|Second Prize £250||Second Prize: £500|
How to apply:
Entry is by high resolution digital image (.jpeg or .pdf, max 5MB).
Selection of the winning entries will be undertaken on an anonymous basis, so entrants should only provide their names on the entry form, not on the image file. Do not send original artworks at this stage.
Once entries have been received, the judges may ask to see the actual artwork. If so, arrangements will be made to transport the artwork to the National Justice Museum.
Deadline for entries: Friday 9 December 2022.
Winners will be announced by Friday 24 February 2023. The costs of transporting the winning entries to the Rolls Building will be met by the Rolls Building Art & Education Trust. Prize winners will be invited to the TCC 150th Anniversary exhibition launch event on 16th March 2023.