Isle of Man Students Prize

The Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize launches in the Isle of Man for the first time in 2017. We are inviting teachers from secondary schools in the Isle of Man to nominate three of the best artworks produced by students within the academic year.

All artworks are viewed by a judging panel who then shortlist 12 finalists. The finalists’ works will then be exhibited publicly in Douglas, Isle of Man, where the public are invited to vote on their favourite piece. As selected by the public, there will be 3 prizes awarded to the works with the most public votes: Winner, 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up.

The Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize aims to celebrate the importance of art in the education system and recognise the quality of art that can be produced by students in the Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man Students Prize has chosen to support Rebecca House because of its vital role in the local community. Rebecca House is a children’s wing in the Hospice that opened in the Isle of Man in November 2007 to provide respite, palliative and end of life care for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions from birth to 18 years, as well as support for their families in their time of need. Funds raised will go towards Rebecca House’s many operations and facilities such as the fully furnished en-suite bedrooms, a separate adapted bathroom and wet room, multi-sensory room and the Rainbow Room. Please click here to visit their website and learn more about their vital work.

Please click below for more details on our Terms and Conditions.

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THE STUDENT WINS

1ST | £1,000 2ND | £500 3RD | £250

THE SCHOOL WINS

1ST | £2,000 2ND | £1,000 3RD | £500

All 9 Finalists will be awarded a Finalist Certificate while the top 3 prize winners will be awarded a Prize Winner Certificate and a Cash Prize. For more information about The Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize, Isle of Man, email SAFIOM@SOVEREIGNGROUP.COM  

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2017 Prize launch – January, 2017

Deadline for entries – September 1, 2017

Shortlisted works announced –September 15, 2017

Public Vote and Exhibition in Douglas – October 13- 26, 2017

Award Ceremony  –December 15, 2017

The Isle of Man Students Prize is proud to support local charity, Rebecca House.

 

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