ARTiculation Prize Scotland

 ARTiculation Prize

Scotland 2021

Registrations for the Scotland ARTiculation Prize 2021 open on the 2nd August. To apply please register here.

The ARTiculation Prize Scotland Final will take place on Wednesday 8 December 2021 at Stirling University.

Please read the ARTiculation Prize Scotland 2021 Competition Guidelines for further information.

We have created a Teachers’ Support Pack to help you plan and deliver your own ARTiculation Internal School Heat. Once you have registered for the ARTiculation Prize Scotland, you will receive a password to access all resources here.

Discovery Day

Art Collection, University of Stirling – Thurs 14 Oct, 10am – 3pm

Online Mentoring Sessions

Monday 13 September 2021, 12pm – 1pm

Monday 13 September 2021, 3pm – 4pm

Monday 27 September 2021, 12pm – 1pm

Monday 27 September 2021, 3pm – 4pm

Monday 4 October 2021, 12pm – 1pm

Monday 4 October 2021, 3pm – 4pm

Professor Frances Fowle

Adjudicator 2021

Professor Frances Fowle is Chair of Nineteenth-Century Art at the University of Edinburgh and Senior Curator of French Art at the National Galleries of Scotland. She is also Chair of the Association for Art History, Senior Trustee of the Burrell Collection, Glasgow and a Patron of the Paisley Museum Reimagined project. She is also co-founder and Board member of TIAMSA (The International Art Market Studies Association) and a Group Leader for Art UK’s Art Detective. She specialises in European and American art of the long nineteenth century, with a focus on collecting and the art market. 

Frances has curated numerous international exhibitions on Impressionism, Post-Impressionism and Symbolism, in collaboration with institutions such as the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, the Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki, and the British Museum. Her books, exhibitions and edited volumes include Van Gogh and Britain: Pioneer Collectors (2006), Monet and French Landscape (2006), Impressionism and Scotland (2008), Van Gogh’s Twin: the Scottish Art Dealer Alexander Reid 1854-1928 (2010), Van Gogh to Kandinsky: Symbolist Landscape in Europe 1880-1910 (2012), American Impressionism: A New Vision 1880-1900 (2014), Daubigny, Monet Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape (2016), Nordic Artists Colonies 1870-1914 (2017), Pin-Ups: Toulouse-Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity (2018-19), Globalising Impressionism: Reception, Translation and Transnationalism (2020) and The Impressionist Era: Scotland’s French Masterpieces (2021). 

General Information

We are offering free online resources for your school to deliver ARTiculation: Classroom Exploration workshops in class. These include research packs for students from a range of museum and galleries, suggestions to build public speaking skills and the opportunity to get online feedback from the ARTiculation team.

You can access these here.



Participation Fees

A Participation Fee applies to all schools. Schools will be invoiced following their registration. The Participation Fee includes an Introduction to ARTiculation Assembly Pack, a Teachers’ Support Pack, and participation in the ARTiculation Final.

ARTiculation relies on the generous support of our donors, trusts and foundations. We aim to keep costs to those who participate to a minimum. If you would like to discuss this further, please get in touch.

If you would like a postal application form, please email [email protected]

Schools from the state-maintained sector

Participation Fee

  • A participation fee of £50 applies.
  • A limited number of bursaries are available to those schools that would otherwise not be able to afford the participation fee. If you think that your school may be eligible, then contact [email protected]


Schools from the independent sector

Participation Fee

  • A participation fee of £100 applies. £50 of this fee sponsors the ARTiculation outreach initiative
  • If your school would like to make an additional donation to the ARTiculation outreach initiative, or support a specific school to participate, please tick the relevant box on the application form.