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THE 2016 SAATCHI GALLERY / DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS


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The 2016 Saatchi Gallery/ Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools shortlist announced.



The Saatchi Galley is delighted to announce the shortlist for the Saatchi Gallery/ Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools 2016. This year the Prize received over 22,000 entries from 54 different countries. We would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter, the standard was extremely high.

The panel of judges this year included Alistair Hicks, Senior Curator for Deutsche Bank; Nigel Hurst, CEO of the Saatchi Gallery; Jeremy Newton, CEO of Children & the Arts; Alastair Sooke, Art Critic and Broadcaster, The Telegraph and BBC and Julia Wachtel, Artist whose work 'Champagne Life' is currently on display at the Saatchi Gallery.

An exhibition at the Gallery will showcase artwork by the 20 shortlisted students from March 3rd-9th. The winner will be announced at an awards evening on March 3rd.


Prizes:

A high profile exhibition of the top 20 shortlisted art works at the Saatchi Gallery in March.

Overall winner: £10,000 to winning school, £2,000 to winning pupil
Secondary school winner (ages 11-18): £5,000 to school, £1,000 to pupil
Primary school winner (ages 4-11): £5,000 to school, £1,000 to pupil

An overall winner will be chosen from the two age category winners, meaning that one school has the opportunity to collect £15,000 towards their art department. One successful student will receive £3,000 to be spent on art and computer equipment.

The prize money provides art departments with the ability to install state of the art computer and printing equipment and provide high quality art materials which allow pupils to explore, develop and realise their creative potential.

Saatchi Gallery/Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools is unique in its scope and accessibility, and is one of the largest international competitions open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world. Schools are invited to submit artwork by students between the ages of 4-18 years.

The Saatchi Gallery has a 30-year-long history of supporting emerging artists and bringing contemporary art to as wide an audience as possible. The Saatchi Gallery/ Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools aims to support and encourage budding young artists by providing them with a platform to showcase their work, and giving them the confidence to continue studying art and to consider a creative career.

Deutsche Bank's support of the Prize is part of its Born to Be youth engagement programme. Born to Be aims to break the cycle of youth unemployment through early intervention and is dedicated to helping the next generation fulfil their potential by raising aspirations, developing skills and providing access to opportunities.

The support of Deutsche Bank has enabled the Saatchi Gallery to offer tailored artist-led workshops to pupils from schools where the need is greatest. The workshops increase pupils' understanding of fine art processes and provide the opportunity to work with specialist art materials, helping pupils to explore and realise their creative potential. This year we are pleased to announce the introduction of artist-led Continued Professional Development (CPD) workshops for art teachers from these schools. The workshops aim to support art teachers who are working with limited resources by providing space, time, solutions and ideas to approaching art making, and ultimately serve to open up the Schools Prize to students from all educational backgrounds.




Shortlisted Schools for THE 2016 SAATCHI GALLERY / DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS

Ordered alphabetically by screen name




Abbie La Rooy
Mayfield School
 
All children at Oatlands
Oatlands Junior School
 
Alyssa Diaz
Edinburg High School
 
Edward Larner
Norwich School
 
Group of 8 students
St. Loucas Kolossi High School
 

Harry Griffiths
Hurtwood House
 
India Denson
Ocean Knoll Elementary
 
Jack Torode
Guernsey Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre
 
Jason Matthew Suhari
Xin Zhong School
 
Joe Krysl
Brentwood College School
 

Kestrels
Copenhagen Primary School
 
Max Perone
Etobicoke School of the Arts
 
Na-Young Kim
Let's Art Youth Art Center
 
Olegs Korolov
woolwich polytechnic
 
Praise Jeong
Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School
 

Robyn Salt
The Sixth Form College Farnborough
 
Song-Yeon Park and 5 class mates
Let's Art Youth Art Center
 
Susanna Wilcocks
Gresham's
 
Tim Guiteras
Loyola High School Jesuit Preparartory
 
Tommaso Molendino
Liceo Scientifico Elisabetta Renzi
 




All Entries FOR THE 2016 SAATCHI GALLERY / DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS

The order in which schools appear is random and changes regularly. 


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Suffolk One
Ipswich/United Kingdom
 

Chancellor's School
Hatfield/United Kingdom
 

British Higher School of Art & Design
Moscow/Russia
 

Welling School
London/United Kingdom
 

Trinity Meadows Intermediate School
Keller/United States
 

Sevenoaks School
Sevenoaks/United Kingdom
 

Barbara Ingram School for the Arts
Hagerstown /United States
 

EXPERIMENTAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF PATRAS, GREECE
Patras/Greece
 

2nd GEL Alimou
Alimos/Greece
 

Kimbolton School
Huntingdon/United Kingdom
 

Internatsschule Schloss Hansenberg
Wiesbaden/Germany
 

Kang Chaio Bilingual School
Xindian, New Taipei /Taiwan
 

The Astley Cooper School
Hemel Hempstead/United Kingdom
 

MES Indian School
DOHA/Romania
 

Berlin Metropolitan School
Berlin/Germany
 

PASCAL ENGLISH SCHOOL LEFKOSIA
Lefkosia /Cyprus
 

The Red Maids' School
Bristol /United Kingdom
 

GEMS Our Own English High School, Dubai
Al Warqaa/United Arab Emirates
 

Soho Parish Primary School
London/United Kingdom
 

Cleeve School
Bishops Cleeve/United Kingdom
 

MES INDIAN SCHOOL
ABU HAMOUR/Qatar
 

The Emery/Weiner School
Houston/United States
 

George Spencer Academy
Nottingham/United Kingdom
 

Bourne Grammar School
Bourne/United Kingdom
 

St. John/ Endicott Cooperative Schools
St. John/United States
 

"Veljko Petrović" Grammar School
Sombor/Serbia
 

Windmill Hill
Sheffield/United Kingdom
 

MASK School for Creativity (also known as Mobile Art School in Kenya)
3 Alderney st, London/Kenya
 

Waingels College
Reading/United Kingdom
 

Beaudesert Park School
Stroud /United Kingdom
 

MES Indian School Doha-Qatar
Doha/Qatar
 

Landau Forte Tamworth Sixth Form
Tamworth/United Kingdom
 

United World College Mostar
Mostar/Bosnia and Herzegovina
 

Thongsley Fields Primary and Nursery School
Huntingdon/United Kingdom
 

Stowe School
Stowe/United Kingdom
 




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