National Sculpture Prize 2015

Broomhill Art Hotel, Muddiford, Barnstaple, Devon EX31 4EX

01271 850 262
info@broomhillart.co.uk
www.broomhillart.co.uk

Monday 01 June 2015 – Thursday 01 October 2015
Opening Hours: 11 - 4 pm
Admission Fee: 4.50 - 10

2015 Finalists Summer Exhibition

Ten UK based sculptors selected by a top judging panel have been given the challenge of exhibiting in the National Sculpture Prize Exhibition, in a bid to win this year's NSP title.

The final ten sculptures are now on display at Broomhill Art Hotel.

Vote for Your Favourite Sculpture

Get involved with art this summer and cast a vote for your favourite NSP sculpture. Two overall winners will be announced in October, one chosen by you, our wonderful Sculpture Park visitors and the other by our esteemed panel of judges.

About the National Sculpture Prize

The Broomhill National Sculpture Prize is an annual competition set up by the Broomhill Art and Sculpture Foundation to provide an exciting challenge for new and emerging UK based sculptors.

“The National Sculpture Prize presents a rare opportunity for artists. With a brief to inspire ambition and experimentation, the Prize not only provides funding for ten sculptors to realise their proposals, but includes the curatorial support and enthusiasm of the whole team at Broomhill.” • Kate Jago, NSP 2012 Judge and editor of Proof Magazine.

To find out more about this exciting competition, the ten finalists and admission to Broomhill Art Hotel click here or go to www.broomhillart.co.uk

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