Creating a fairer Britain
What would the world look like if we lived without prejudice? We asked you to show us.
The exceptionally high standard of entries made it very challenging to decide on the winners. The top eleven, including three first prize winners, were announced at an awards ceremony in London on 22 June 2010. Find out who the winners are here. The ceremony was hosted by E4 Music's Sarah-Jane Crawford, and was attended by stars from television, radio and the arts world.
The final 100 shortlist in our Young Brits at Art awards paints a telling picture of what young people think ‘a world without prejudice’ would look like. Unity, freedom and body image dominate the shortlisted artworks of the 11 to 17 year olds.
Read the full press release or view the shortlist.
Young Brits at Art is our national arts awards competition for 11-19 year olds from all backgrounds and walks of life who live in England, Scotland and Wales.
This academic year, we asked you to show us what the world would look like if we lived without prejudice.
As well as Young Brits at Art, the Commission in engaging with young people through a series of exciting projects and events. Read more about the Commission's youth work.