Artists are invited to submit work for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Society of British Artists at their Annual Exhibition 2021.
The Royal Society of British Artists invites painters, sculptors and printmakers to submit their work for consideration to be shown in the Society’s Annual Exhibition 2021. As well as skill and draughtsmanship, they will be looking for originality and creativity.
The exhibition offers several prizes and awards, worth over £5,000, open to all participating artists (see ‘Prizes & Awards’ below).
The exhibition presents the opportunity to exhibit your work at a prestigious London gallery alongside well-established artists and have your work seen by thousands of visitors, including buyers and collectors.
NEW FOR 2021 – DIGITAL ONLY SELECTION
To make the process of submitting and selecting work simpler and safer, the Society will select works for exhibition from online only this year.
Selectors will make an assessment of each work based on the digital images supplied, following which selected artists will be asked to deliver their accepted work to Mall Galleries for exhibition.
For a full list of conditions, and details of how to submit, click on the link below.
The following is a list of prizes awarded by the RBA. The list of winners will be published after our annual exhibitions.
A medal, £500, and a double page spread in the exhibition catalogue
The de Laszlo Medal for Excellence and £1,500 awarded to an artist aged 35 or under for the best work from life
The winner will be featured in The Artist magazine
Art shop vouchers to the value of £100
Work published as a greeting card
£200 of picture framing at Frinton Frames
A prize of £250 worth of artist paper
Two prizes of £500 worth of art materials
A prize of £250 for draughtsmanship, variety and exploration
Art materials to the value of £500
The Rome Scholarship for a young artist
Patron of the Royal Society of British Artists Mr Shao Wei
Mr Shao was born in Shandong Province, China. He studied Philosophy at Beijing University and Music Theory at the Central Academy of Music. He is a collector and promoter of Chinese and Western Art.