Write on Art 2020: School Years 12 and 13 (England and Wales), S5 & 6 (Scotland), School Years 13 and 14 (Northern Ireland)
Opens 2 Nov 2020 12:00 AM (GMT)
Deadline 30 Apr 2021 11:59 PM (BST)
Description

Deadline: 30th April 2021

Please read before applying:

  1. Choose one artwork from the Art UK website that interests or intrigues you. Take a look at our advice on picking a work of art. 
  2. Write a maximum of 600 words. 
  3. Write about it in a way that would persuade people to share your interest and enthusiasm. Have a look atour top tips before you start writing
  4. Make sure you include a picture of your chosen artwork, along with its title and the artist's name, in your submission.
  5. The final file should be in a PDF format.
  6. Nominate a responsible adult (teacher, care worker, youth worker, counsellor, parent, or carer) to verify that your essay was written by you.
    Note: This step is mandatory. Any submission without a completed reference form from a responsible adult will be disqualified. You will be able to send your responsible adult a form to complete when you're filling out your application. Read the full terms and conditions.  

Any questions? Contact us at info@writeonart.org 

Take a look at last year's winning essays:

First place: Ruby Langan-Hughes on The Broken Mirror by Jean-Baptiste Greuze

Second place: Imogen Hodgkins on Cottage and Figure I by Jack Simcock

Good luck! 
Apply

Write on Art 2020: School Years 12 and 13 (England and Wales), S5 & 6 (Scotland), School Years 13 and 14 (Northern Ireland)


Deadline: 30th April 2021

Please read before applying:

  1. Choose one artwork from the Art UK website that interests or intrigues you. Take a look at our advice on picking a work of art. 
  2. Write a maximum of 600 words. 
  3. Write about it in a way that would persuade people to share your interest and enthusiasm. Have a look atour top tips before you start writing
  4. Make sure you include a picture of your chosen artwork, along with its title and the artist's name, in your submission.
  5. The final file should be in a PDF format.
  6. Nominate a responsible adult (teacher, care worker, youth worker, counsellor, parent, or carer) to verify that your essay was written by you.
    Note: This step is mandatory. Any submission without a completed reference form from a responsible adult will be disqualified. You will be able to send your responsible adult a form to complete when you're filling out your application. Read the full terms and conditions.  

Any questions? Contact us at info@writeonart.org 

Take a look at last year's winning essays:

First place: Ruby Langan-Hughes on The Broken Mirror by Jean-Baptiste Greuze

Second place: Imogen Hodgkins on Cottage and Figure I by Jack Simcock

Good luck! 
Apply
Opens
2 Nov 2020 12:00 AM (GMT)
Deadline
30 Apr 2021 11:59 PM (BST)