Brooke Benington are pleased to host the Royal Society of Sculptors Spotlight Award at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer for the third year running. 

 

2020 winner - Rosie Leventon FRSS

About the prize

Founded in 2017, Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer is a private sculpture park in Buckinghamshire which surveys the breadth of contemporary sculptural practice.


The park was established with the aim of offering a space for sculptural experimentation, development and dialogue. Alongside the annual exhibition programme, the park creates opportunities for artists to engage, exhibit and share their ideas. The annual spotlight award gives Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer a chance to work directly with the membership of The Royal Society of Sculptors; each year the Society members are invited to apply for the opportunity to present a solo installation within a cleared area of woodland. The successful applicant is selected and mentored through the process by Brooke Benington directors George Marsh and Lily Brooke. There is no restriction to the style, medium or scale of the work but applicants are asked to consider the environment in which the work will ultimately be exhibited. 

How to apply

Entries for Spotlight 2020 are now closed. 

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to Royal Society of Sculptors members and fellows only