How technology is redefining art & how art is integrating technology.
A national art exhibition and competition celebrating the creativity of people with Autism.
We would like to invite you to submit artwork for a national exhibition and competition of art created by people of all ages who have a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Condition.
The theme for this event is how technology is redefining art and how art is integrating technology. This exhibition will run alongside a major conference on how technology can be used to support people with an ASC now and in the future.
Artists can choose any medium they wish but will be required to send a photo, scan or link to their work for the short-listing process.
If successful they will be invited to send the original artwork to us and receive an invitation to see their work on display. Dame Stephanie Shirley will then pick her favourite works and the winners will receive prizes. All artwork will be returned to the artists at a later date.
Kick-start your imagination and think of current and future technology …Robots, Computers, flying cars and spaceships…or maybe use bits of technology to create something…cables, circuit boards, keyboards…or maybe artwork created using the latest computer software.
How to submit
Please read the full rules here before you begin your artwork as they contain detailed guidance. Each submission has two parts.
Part 1 is the artwork (you have created) itself.
Part 2 is the completed information sheet (click one of the buttons below).
You can submit both the artwork and the information sheet via our online form
Alternatively, you can download an information sheet and either post or email it to us along with a photograph or scan of your art work.
Our contact details are:
or post to:
Wirral Centre for Autism,
6 Tebay Road
If you have questions please call Dave Smith on 0151 482 3136