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Student hardship drawing competition

A drawing contest has been launched asking for art works to feature in the Pavilion of Protest Exhibition at the RIBA in London in October

The Pavilion of Protest show was conceived by Pol Gallagher and Zohra Chiheb to raise awareness of student hardship and the escalating cost of architectural education.

Open to current students, recent graduates, tutors and firms employing students, the drawing contest will be used to select images which will feature in the exhibition.

Entrants are asked to explore how students feel about their architectural education and to submit their work in A2 landscape format.

Prizes for first, second and third places will be awarded on the opening night in the RIBA’s Florence Hall with the works then going on sale.

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  • i'm having quite a hard time trying to find out more about this competition, is the contest website down at the moment?

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