|If you are one of our NOA artists - a previous or current |
entrant - we at NOA are constantly -talking about how
much we appreciate your support and taking that brave
leap by entering the competition. It is an exciting and
frightening process but with tangible returns.
Full Circle . . .
You keep us going so we can keep you going! Not only
because we are passionate about supporting our artists
and The Arts, but as a Not for Profit charity, all your submission
fees go straight back to the artists by paying for the exhibitions,
the advertising, marketing and PR and regularly contribute to the
Prize Fund. Now in our 20th Year we invite you to once again -
help fund the arts - enter the competition and help us to realise
yet another magnificent year.
If you're not one of "our" artists, why not have a go, this year.
Entry is £20 for adults, which includes your first submission.
See the website for all the information about the competition.
171 FIGURES FROM THE ARTS SIGN LETTER ON THE DAY TATE CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF BP FUNDING A letter was published today signed by 171 figures from the art world condemning BP's sponsorship of cultural institutions in the UK. The letter has been published on the day that Tate Britain is hosting a party to celebrate 20 years of BP's sponsorship.  A group of artists under the banner of 'The Good Crude Britannia' are planning on protesting outside the event, and will be handing out the "Licence to Spill' briefing to people attending the party.  Arts/activist organisation Platform  has gathered 171 signatories from the international arts community, for a letter that says: "As crude oil continues to devastate coastlines and communities in the Gulf of Mexico, BP executives will be enjoying a cocktail reception with curators and artists in the Tate Britain. These relationships enable big oil companies to mask the environmentally destructive nature