TFL Art on the Underground competition at Northwick Park
11 March 2015
We’re holding a competition for a selection of student artwork to be displayed at Northwick Park tube station (to replace the artwork currently on display).
Hundreds of students and members of the public, as well as visiting academics and industry bodies, pass through this station every day - that’s what we call ‘exposure’!
A total of 20 images (illustrations, photos, film stills – anything goes!) will be chosen by a team of judges (TFL (Transport For London) will have final say) and will be on display for a minimum of three years. Printing costs are on us, of course.
Deadline: Please send us your entries by midnight, 2 April 2015.
Requirements (PDF format):
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