One Law for All Art Competition Winners

One Law for All Art Competition Winners

One Law for All Art Competition Winners

One Law for All Campaign is pleased to announce the winners of 2009’s art competition, Passion for Freedom,
which was organised to promote universal and equal rights and expose the discriminatory nature of religious laws.

Winners of the competition are as follows:

  • First prize – ID and Stoning by Julie Ball
ID - Julie

ID - Julie

The Stoning - Julie

The Stoning - Julie

The Stoning (rear view) - Julie

The Stoning (rear view) - Julie

  • Second prize – Sharia law in Iran by Gaby Grammeno

Sharia law in Iran - Gaby

Sharia law in Iran - Gaby

  • Third prize – Sister of Emancipation by Emma Louise Simira Thackham

Sister Image - Emma

Sister of Emancipation - Emma Thackham

The first prize winner will receive £100 donated by the Central London Humanist Group,
the second prize winner will receive a crate of wine donated by Goranka Gudelj,
and the third prize winner will receive £50 donated by the Central London Humanist Group.

The prominent judges deciding on the pieces were:

A C Grayling (Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck College, University of London),
Polly Toynbee
(columnist for the Guardian),
Deeyah (Pakistani-Norwegian singer, composer and human rights activist).

As a result of the interest raised by the successful 2009 competition, One Law for All will be extending its art project.
We will be holding a gallery exhibition in the Spring to show pieces from the previous competition as well as new pieces received in the coming months.

Click here for more details of conditions of entry.

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