lovely to see painters getting off their asses year after year to
create an engaging, inclusive painting competition free of the twin
diseases of contemporary art, fashion and political correctness."
UPDATE FROM TEAM MARMITE!
Monday 25th April 2016
It has come
to our attention that a small number of artists have not yet received
notification of whether their application has been successful or not.
We sent these emails out on the 16th April, and then again on the 24th
April. If you have still not heard from us please do contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused. Bloody technology!
The Marmite Prize for Painting V (2016)
The Marmite Prize for Painting is the only erratic, challenging and
nomadic biennial open submission painting exhibition in the UK and
Ireland and is open to all. It is run by painters for painters.
Entries for the 2016 prize are now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered!
Shortlisted artists will by notified of their selection for exhibition by Wednesday 20th April 2016.
June - July 2016
, Drogheda, Ireland
July - September 2016
Selectors & Judges
, Painter, Co-founder & Curator of the Marmite
Prize for Painting.
, Director, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda,
Jane Hayes Greenwood
, Artist & Director, Block
336, London, UK.
Daniel Sturgis, Artist, Curator & Course Director in Painting, Camberwell College of Arts, London
, Artist & School Principal, Royal
Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland.
Vanessa Jackson RA
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information and images
There will be one main winner, two runners up and a student prize.
Along with the prestige of being the Prize Winner of the Marmite Prize
for Painting V and the
opportunity to be a judge for the Marmite Prize For Painting VI, the
will also receive a specially commissioned sculpture, made and very kindly donated by artist Alison Wilding RA
The two runners up will receive a pat on the back.
at Bon Volks
Margate, UK. (Please note you must currently be a student to be
eligible for the Student Prize. Students are also eligible to win the
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Will be published by Susak
Will be full colour.
The Catalogue will be launched at the exhibition opening and will be
available to purchase throughout the exhibitions, via our online shop
and at some good bookshops.
Slightly Smaller Print
This, the fifth Marmite Prize for Painting is
dedicated to artist Mary Heilmann.
A marmite is a large earthenware pot.
The Marmite Prize for Painting is in no way
associated with the food product ‘Marmite'.