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Meet artist Fiona Banner for a private tour of her studio

Valid until: 31/07/14

This month we are offering four REcreative artists a fantastic opportunity to meet the artist Fiona Banner!

Fiona Banner was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2002. She is most well known for her ‘wordscapes’, which are large text works that recount the plots of feature films or other events. In 2010 she created a major commission for Tate Britain, suspending a life-size sea Harrier jump Jet from the ceiling of the Duveen Hall.

This is a one-off opportunity for you and a friend to meet Fiona, take a private tour through her studio, and find out more about how her career has developed. 

To enter the draw to win this fantastic opportunity you simply need to respond to our latest project brief.

This opportunity is valid for you and a friend. Entrants must be aged between 16 - 25 years old to apply. The opportunity includes travel expenses within London only.

Image: Fiona Banner, Black Hawk Down, 2004 (2010), indian ink on wall. Installation view at the South London Gallery. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London.