How do I apply?
To sign up your school, please complete the registration form by Friday 17 December.
Schools can enter a maximum of five student entries. Students are welcome to work on their own or as part of a group of up to four students.
Submission for the competition will close on midnight, Thursday 31 March 2022. No late entries will be considered.
Entries must include four A4 sheets or two A3 sheets of work that contain:
- Evidence of research into artist’s work, including Yinka Ilori, and diverse communities of making and makers — we will also accept a scan of the exercise from a student workbook or free research if more suitable.
- Evidence of experimentation and development. This may take the form of photographs of practical making, test pieces and models towards the development of a final piece — maximum of three photos and a minimum of three test pieces showing two craft practices.
- Written statement (100 words advised but variable by age group) or one minute video from the student on their final piece. This can include a description of their choice of concept, materials, and techniques.
- One photograph of the whole final piece and up to two photographs that capture the detail of making.