Art of Pathology competition
Last year's winner (over 18s): Dr Katherine Iles
This year our competition theme is: 'Patterns in Pathology'
We’d like you to use your imagination as to what this could mean to you. Whether it is patterns seen through a microscope, patterns in numbers, or patterns within a pathologist’s way of working, let your imagination inspire you to take the theme in whichever direction you wish.
The art can come in any format: painting, drawing, sculpture, digital, collage, or any other media that you wish to use.
For more inspiration, browse through our ‘What is Pathology?’ pages of the website to discover more about the specialties.
Prizes will be awarded in three categories:
- Under 11
- 11 - 18
- Over 18
Entries should include a 25-50 word caption explaining how it relates to pathology. However, the artwork should also make sense without the caption.
A £50 prize will be awarded to the most creative work in each category.
The best entries will be published on our website and featured in the College magazine, The Bulletin.
Inspiration from Last Year...
Last year's runner up over 18s: Ealish Swift
Last year's winner under 11s: Arnav Sharma
Last year's runner up under 11s: Rehan Rai
How to enter
Online entries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 2 October 2017.
Postal entries should be sent to: Public Engagement, The Royal College of Pathologists, 4th Floor, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB.
Entrants are advised to read the full Terms and Conditions for more information about the competition.
DocumentsArt of Pathology Competition 2017 - Terms and Conditions.docx