Students compete for day with David Hockney

Students have the chance to win a day with artist David Hockney as part of the And/or Book Awards.



Students have the chance to win a day with artist David Hockney as part of the And/or Book Awards.



All students enrolled at a college or university are invited to animate the And/or Book Awards logo, which was created by Us2design using a design by Hockney.



The winner will see their animation screened at the awards ceremony at London’s BFI Southbank on 23 April and will also get to spend a day with Hockney at his studio in Bridlington.



Students should submit their animation entries on a DVD of up to one minute in length by 31 March.



The And/or Book Awards, formerly known as the Kraszna-Kraus Awards, were established in 1985 and celebrate photography and moving-image publishing.



Further information on the competition is available on the website www.kraszna-krausz.org.uk.

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