The Griffin Art Prize 2017 is designed to provide one outstanding candidate a unique package of support in 2018. The winner will be in a position to focus on producing new work in their studio, anywhere in the UK.

The winner of the Griffin Art Prize 2017 will receive:

  • A cash stipend of £5000
  • Studio rent up to £2000 in 2018
  • Materials of choice from supporting brands Winsor & Newton and Liquitex to value £3000
  • A showcase of new work to be held alongside the shortlist exhibition for the Griffin Art Prize 2018
  • Professional support programme including; a mentoring programme from an arts professional, three studio visits from the Griffin Gallery team and head curator Becca Pelly-Fry, technical support from the Innovation and Development laboratory.