Doug Bowen Prize
Scarlett Hirst
13/06/16 – 17/06/16

Scarlett Hirst, 2016
emulsion paint on wall
190 × 330cm approx.

Scarlett Hirst, 2016
emulsion paint on wall
110 × 285cm approx.

Scarlett Hirst, 2016
emulsion paint on wall
170 × 300cm approx.

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Scarlett Hirst, 2016
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7pm 11/06/16

The Doug Bowen Prize is an annual contemporary art award established in 2014.

Each year a different independent jury judges the prize. In 2015 the panel comprised of: Jane Bhoyroo (Curator); Rory Macbeth (Artist); Joe Orr (Artist); Barnie Page (Curator).

The aim of the prize is to support ambitious students as they transition from Further Education to Higher Education, by offering them support, guidance and opportunities external to their education institution and peer group. The 2015 winner, Scarlett Hirst will present new body of work in a solo exhibition at blip blip blip.

Scarlett Hirst was born in Huddersfield (UK) in 1996 and lives and works in London.
She is currently studying a BA (Hons) Fine Art at Goldsmiths.
Recent exhibitions include We Are All Happy, 42 Lewisham Way.