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London Live has joined with ‘Next Big Thing’ to discover the great emerging artists across the capital in a competition searching for young artists to star in a new TV series… The Next Big Thing​, featured right here on London Live. If you are an artist between 17- 30 living, working, creating or studying in the capital – enter now! It’s a chance to share your art with London and the rest of the world.

Choose from one of five categories: street artphotographylandscapeportraiture or sculpture. You could win the chance to see your work go on display in a central London gallery, and be offered up for sale to a global audience of buyers and collectors. And if you make the final, you’ll be mentored and advised by a renowned artist.

Our judges are some of the biggest names in the art world. There’s also a chance to win a stand at The Other Art Fair​​ in London, and feature in its Virtual Reality Edition. And​ be given lifetime membership of The Other Art Fair Artist Community, with access to insider newsletters; professional, networking and social events; and invite to the exhibitor-only private Facebook Community.  More prizes to come!

To take part and for more information head to nextbigthing.live

Ben Ervine 16th November 2020

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