Lincoln's Usher Gallery and The Collection to compete for national art award
Two of Lincoln's cultural landmarks could be in line for a £60,000 windfall.
Lincoln's Usher Gallery and The Collection will compete for a national award next month.
The winner of the Contemporary Art Society's 2012 annual award, chosen from a shortlist of three British museums, will receive a commission of £60,000 to produce contemporary art for its permanent collection.
Each gallery has entered the award in collaboration with an emerging contemporary artist of their choice.
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The Lincoln gallery and museum will work with Berlin contemporary artist Oliver Laric if they receive the commission.
Paul Hobson, Director of Contemporary Art Society, said: "Our award of £60,000 aims to encourage leading contemporary artists and museums to work together.
"We are excited by such a strong selection of museums proposing internationally acclaimed artists."
The Contemporary Art Society is a charity which provides artists with a national network of galleries.
The award will be presented by Jeremy Deller, who won the 2004 Turner Prize, in a ceremony at London's David Roberts Foundation on November 19.