Broomhill National Sculpture Prize
£15,000 Prize Fund
The Broomhill National Sculpture Prize is an annual competition set up by the Broomhill Art and Sculpture Foundation to provide an exciting challenge for new and emerging UK based sculptors.
“The National Sculpture Prize presents a rare opportunity for artists. With a brief to inspire ambition and experimentation, the Prize not only provides funding for ten sculptors to realise their proposals, but includes the curatorial support and enthusiasm of the whole team at Broomhill.” • Kate Jago, NSP 2012 Judge and editor of Proof Magazine.
2014 National Sculpture Prize Results
Ten UK based sculptors selected by a top judging panel were given the challenge of exhibiting in the National Sculpture Prize Exhibition, in a bid to win the 2014 NSP title.
Congratulations to this year's winners!
Judges Winner: 'Hiccup' by Tian Zhu.
Public Speaks Winner: 'The Gateway' by Alex Glass.
The judges also awarded a 'special commendation' to The Gateway by Alex Glass, No man's land by Jeff Pigott and Bankside by Neil Ayling.
The final ten sculptures are on display at Broomhill until Spring 2015. Open Mon–Sun, 11:00–16:00.
2015 National Sculpture Prize: Now Open For Entries
We are now accepting entries for the 2015 National Sculpture Prize. Budding sculptors wishing to take part in the next competition can register online here.
2015 Judging panel
Joining Rinus and Aniet van de Sande (owners of Broomhill) around the judging table in 2015 are internationally renowned sculptors Ronald A. Westerhuis, David Worthington and past NSP finalist Tim Ellis.
National Sculpture Prize sponsors