The largest and longest-running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK, exhibited in Bath for the first time

A platform that defines a wider understanding of the role and value of drawing in creative practice, the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016 showcases the work of 55 artists based in the UK including 16 student practitioners.

2016 selectors are artist GLENN BROWN; Curator and Director, Kupferstich-Kabinett at Staatliche Kunstammlungen Dresden, STEPHANIE BUCK; and Director, Modern Art Oxford, PAUL HOBSON.

OPENING TIMES: TUES-THU, 11AM-8PM, FRI, SAT & SUN 11AM-5PM (CLOSED MONDAYS) 

FREE ADMISSION / FREE PARKING ON CAMPUS AFTER 5PM

FULL DETAILS OF EXHIBITION, TOURS, TALKS, WORKSHOPS & SPECIAL EVENTS BELOW

  1. About the exhibition

    Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016

    4 NOV - 17 DEC
    Tues-SUN
    Gallery 1, Gallery 2

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  2. Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016

    Exhibition Tour with Paul Thomas

    Sat 5 Nov, 1pm
    Gallery 1, Gallery 2

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  3. Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016

    Exhibition Tour with Anita Taylor

    Sat 10 Dec, 1pm
    Gallery 1, Gallery 2

    Anita Taylor is the founder of Jerwood Drawing Prize and Dean at Bath School of Art and Design

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  4. Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016

    Lunchtime Artist Talks

    Wednesdays 1.15pm (9, 16, 23, 30 Nov & 7, 14 Dec)
    Gallery 1

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  5. JDP16 Special Event

    Drawing in Competition: A Symposium

    Friday 16 Dec, 2pm - 5pm
    Weston Studio

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Classes

  1. One-day drawing workshop with Alex Roberts

    The basics: observations and making a mark

    Sat 5 November 2016
    11am-4.30pm
    Fine Art Studio

    A one-day workshop to accompany the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016 exhibition, and a chance to stimulate your imagination and enhance skills.

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  2. One-day drawing workshop with Alex Roberts

    Expanding your view

    Sat 3 December 2016
    11am-4.30pm
    Fine Art Studio

    A one-day workshop to accompany the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016 exhibition, that exposes new modes of agency, materials and extends technical skills.

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