Have you ever dreamt of having your portrait displayed at the Gallery?

Become a Member

To celebrate 20 years of Membership we are offering six lucky Members the opportunity to have their portrait taken by award-winning photographer Tereza Červeňová and be exhibited on the walls of the National Portrait Gallery.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime prize that recognises the fantastic support that Members give to the Gallery and includes:

  • Your photographic portrait taken by Tereza Červeňová
  • Your portrait exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery’s 20 Years of Membership Display
  • A print of the portrait

To be in with the chance, tell us “How does the Gallery inspire you?

Please answer the question below, in no more than 100 words, by filling in the entry form.

Name

Membership number

Date of Birth
DayMonthYear

Email

How does the Gallery inspire you?

I would like to enter this competition, I consent for my personal data to be used to administer my entry and I agree to the terms and conditions

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If you have any questions, please contact Membership@npg.org.uk

The competition ends on 30 June 2018. Winners will be announced in July.

Celebrating 20 years of Membership

The Gallery celebrates twenty years of its Membership scheme this year. Launched in 1998 Membership support has been vital to the Gallery and Members have grown to be some of our greatest advocates. With their help, we have been able to bring to life the most extensive collection of portraits in the world for all of our visitors to explore and enjoy. As the Gallery enters an exciting period of transformation through the Inspiring People project, we want our Members to be part of the conversation and share their experience of being a supporter. Whether you have been a Member for twenty years or you have just joined, you enjoy a closer relationship with the Gallery, helping it to thrive and inspire its visitors.

The Photographer

Tereza Červeňová studied Photography at Middlesex University and is currently undertaking her MA at the Royal College of Art in London, graduating in 2018. Her work has been exhibited and published both in the UK and internationally, including in the National Portrait Gallery, Somerset House, the Royal Festival Hall and the Museum of London, as well as BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Tereza has been nominated for a Magnum Graduate Award and has won a number of early career awards including Daniel Blau Young Photographers’ Award and the D&AD Yellow Pencil for Photography in 2014. In 2015 she won the John Kobal New Work Award as part of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize competition. Last year Tereza was selected for the prestigious Bloomberg New Contemporaries scheme.

Tereza’s editorial clients include The New Yorker, FT Weekend, Telegraph Magazine, PORT Magazine and she has collaborated with companies such as Channel4, The White Company and Islington Arts Factory. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery.

Terms and Conditions

Participation

  1. Entry in this competition implies acceptance of the following rules.
  2. This competition is open to all Members of the National Portrait Gallery aged 18 years and over except employees of National Portrait Gallery, their families and friends and agencies and persons connected in any way with the organisation.
  3. Entries must be received by 23.59 on Saturday 30 June 2018 (UK time). No entries will be accepted after this time.

Entries

  1. National Portrait Gallery does not accept responsibility for non-receipt or loss of entries.
  2. Only one entry per person.
  3. All entrants must hold an active Membership of the National Portrait Gallery at time of entry and must be valid at least until 31 December 2018.
  4. Entries will be accepted online at http://www.npg.org.uk/memberscompetition or by in writing by post sent to National Portrait Gallery, Membership Office, 2 St Martin’s Place, London, WC2H 0HE. All entries must provide their name, Membership number, address and date of birth.
  5. Competitions entries will be judged by a panel, including the Photographer and Director of the National Portrait Gallery. The decision of the judges is final and feedback will not be given.
  6. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event of any dispute arising at any time in relation to the competition, the National Portrait Gallery shall have complete discretion to settle such dispute as it sees fit. The decision of the National Portrait Gallery in relation to any such dispute shall be final and feedback will not be given.

Prize

  1. Prize winners will be contacted by the Gallery directly by 9 July 2018. Winners will then be announced to the wider Membership of the Gallery.
  2. The Gallery may choose up to 10 winners from entries to the competition.
  3. Winners must be available to attend the photoshoot with the Photographer on day and time specified by the Gallery at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Spending money, personal expenses, cost of travel and accommodation are not included in the prize and are the responsibility of the prize winner(s) to arrange.
  4. The resulting photoshoot may be filmed and all prize winners must consent to photos or videos of the photoshoot being used by the Gallery for the promotion of Membership of the National Portrait Gallery and the wider Gallery.
  5. Prize winners will be provided with a single print of the resulting portrait taken by the Photographer. All images, including copyright, will remain the property of the Photographer and National Portrait Gallery.
  6. All prize winners consent to any resulting images being displayed in the National Portrait Gallery and these images being admitted to any part of the National Portrait Gallery collection.
  7. All prize winners must sign a model release form as part of the photoshoot. This will state that the Gallery has full permission to reproduce the image of the person/s featured in the photograph.
  8. No cash alternative to the prize is available.
  9. The prize cannot be transferred or deferred to any other individual.

General

The National Portrait Gallery will hold and process all personal data securely and in accordance with the GDPR and Data Protection Bill (and any subsequent reiteration of that legislation). It will only be used in the process of administering the competition and will not be transferred to any third party. You may withdraw your consent to being part of this competition at any time by contacting membership@npg.org.uk