Applications are invited from emerging/early career sculptors based in or connected to the South West of England, to take part in the Annual Stone Lane Sculpture Exhibition at Stone Lane Gardens, Devon. The theme this year is Connectivity and the £1000 Ashburner prize will be awarded for the sculpture that best represents this theme. The exhibition dates are 1st July to 31st October 2022. Entries are free of charge and the closing date for applications is 31st March 2022.

Further details can be found on the Stone Lane Gardens website here. The gardens are situated in the North East corner of Dartmoor National Park, Devon.

Since it was founded in 1994, the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize has established a reputation as the UK’s most important annual exhibition of drawing. Led by Professor Anita Taylor, the Prize is known for supporting artists, celebrating contemporary drawing, and championing the art form’s role. And it’s back for its 26th edition in 2021! The exhibition and awards are open to applications by emerging, mid-career and established drawing practitioners UK-wide and internationally and the exhibition will be launched at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London in September 2021 before touring to venues across the UK. A fully illustrated publication will be produced to accompany the exhibition.

The deadline for entries is Tuesday 15th June 5pm. Full submission details can be found here.