Welcome to Charity!
The Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize was established in the Isle of Man in 2017 and seeks to inspire and reward young artists in the community. It aims to encourage cultural development and celebrate the importance of art in the education system by recognising the quality of artwork that can be produced by talented, young students.
Entrants must be enrolled at secondary school and be nominated by their teacher.
All submitted artworks are viewed online by a judging panel of local art professionals, who select a shortlist of Finalists. The Finalists’ works are exhibited and the judges attend for a second round of voting, in person, to choose their winner. In parallel, the public are invited to vote on their favourite piece (online and at the exhibition). The following prizes are awarded to the winning artists and their schools (where applicable):
- Judges’ Prize Winner
- Judges’ Runner-up
- Public Prize Winner
There will also be fundraising activities in aid of the Sovereign Art Foundation and a local charity. This may include the sale of merchandise, a charity raffle and auctioning of the winning artworks with permission from the artists.
For further details view the Competition Terms and Conditions here.
Youth Arts Isle of Man is a charity that is passionate about promoting art and culture for the benefit of the people of the Isle of Man. Youth Arts has a particular focus on supporting the valuable work of staff at the Youth Arts Centre in Kensington Road to help young people realise their potential through art and culture.
The Youth Arts Centre is a part of the Department of Education, Sport and Culture. The YAC offer arts activities for young people aged 8 and above, including live music project SoundCheck and the National Theatre Connections drama programme. It offers classes and workshops after school and during school holidays and often takes part in off-island festivals and competitions. You can find out more about Youth Arts here www.youth-arts.im
Youth Arts Isle of Man is a registered charity no. 1176 in the Isle of Man.