Call for submissions
Win an iPad and the chance to exhibit your work alongside that of established artists.
Open to all Foundation-level and undergraduate fine art and graphic design students.
INQUEST is the only organisation in England & Wales that helps the families of those who die in custody or detention. Some of the most widely-known cases that we have worked on from Blair Peach (1979) to Ian Tomlinson (G20), Jean Charles de Menezes , Sarah Campbell and Roger Sylvester; but the truth is that over 500 people a year – or ten people every week – die in detention or following contact with the police in the UK, many of them young and vulnerable or suffering from mental illness.
2011 marks the thirtieth anniversary of INQUEST. To celebrate this we will hold our second annual fundraising charity dinner on 10 February 2011. The event will be hosted by Jon Snow and features Lucy Porter and special guests. It will be attended by 300 supporters of the charity including art collectors, barristers, celebrities, and the national media.
We would like you to design the image to be used on our invitation.
If your work is selected it will be reproduced on 500 invitations, displayed on the front cover of the event programme and auction catalogue. Furthermore, your work will be exhibited, catalogued and auctioned alongside the donated work of other established artists. Work must be two-dimensional. The entrance fee is £10 for one image, £15 for two, and £20 for three (the maximum submission).
All entries must be received by 30 November 2010