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THE 2015 SAATCHI GALLERY / DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS


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The 2015 Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize winners announced and exhibition opens



The Saatchi Gallery is delighted to announce the winner of the 2015 Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools. Shemariyahu Black from Hasmonean School, London has been awarded first place. Two runner-up prizes have been awarded to John Bowron from Dulwich Prep, London and Millfields Community Primary School, Nursery and Reception classes, London. The winners were announced by Alistair Hicks, Deutsche Bank's Senior Art Curator at the Saatchi Gallery on 28 April, 2015.

Shemariyahu Black, aged 17, received £2,000 and his school's art department was awarded £10,000 to spend on art and computer equipment. The two runners-up John Bowron, aged 11 and the Nursery and Reception classes at Millfields Community Primary School, aged 3-5 years, each received £1,000, and their schools were awarded £5,000.

The judges for this year's prize were Lauren Child MBE, writer, illustrator and creator of 'Charlie and Lola'; Catherine Goodman, Artistic Director of The Royal Drawing Schools; Alistair Hicks, Senior Curator for Deutsche Bank's Art Collection; Nigel Hurst, CEO of the Saatchi Gallery and Richard Wilson, Artist whose sculpture 'Slipstream' was unveiled at Heathrow in 2014.

The Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools received over 20,000 entries this year. From this, 20 art works were selected for the exhibition which has now opened at the Saatchi Gallery and will run from 29 April - 4 May 2015.

The Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools is open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world. Schools can submit art work from students between the ages of 4 and 18. The competition is now closed and will reopen in Autumn 2015.

Schools can enter as many art works as they wish, and there is no prescribed theme for works entered, nor is there a restriction on media used (sculpture, painting, installation, photography and mixed media art works are all eligible and welcome).

The Prize is part of the Saatchi Gallery's education programme, which is committed to introducing contemporary art to younger audiences.

Deutsche Bank's support of the Prize is part of its Born to Be youth engagement programme which is committed to helping young people engage with education and fulfil their potential. The support of Born to Be has enabled the Saatchi Gallery to offer tailored artist-led workshops to pupils from schools in disadvantaged areas. The workshops increase pupils' understanding of fine art processes and provide the opportunity to work with specialist art materials, helping pupils to explore and fulfil their creative potential.

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 consider a career in the arts.


Winner: Shemariyahu Black, Little Sister, from Hasmonean School with judges Alistair Hicks,
Senior Curator for Deutsche Bank's Art Collection and Lauren Child MBE



Runner Up: John Bowron, Abstracted Still Life, from Dulwich Prep
with Alistair Hicks, Senior Curator for Deutsche Bank's Art Collection

Runner Up: Millfields Community Primary School, Sky Wall Installation
with judges Alistair Hicks, Deutsche Bank; Lauren Child MBE and Richard Wilson RA








Images: (c) India Roper-Evans, 2015



Shortlisted entries for the 2015 Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize For Schools

Ordered alphabetically by screen name




Abigail Wilderspin
Dame Alice Owen's School
 
Alice Evans
Walthamstow Hall
 
Chris Obrien 2
Trinity School
 
Daisy Carrick-Smith
Gresham's
 
Ellie Smeaton
The Thomas Hardye School
 

Ellie Smeaton
The Thomas Hardye School
 
Emily Collard
The Sixth Form College Farnborough
 
Isabel Law
Sevenoaks School
 
Isabella Davies
Edgeborough
 
John Bowron
Dulwich Prep London
 

Kennard Alvaro Hadinata
Daun Children Art School
 
Lorna Brown
Strathallan School
 
Max Openshaw
King's Ely
 
Melanie Jehan
Highgate School
 
Niamh McBride
Dame Allan's
 

Nursery and Reception
Millfields Community Primary School
 
Pia Graham
Etobicoke School of the Arts
 
Shemi
Hasmonean High School
 
Sophie McGinn
Chesham Grammar
 
Thomas Wassermann
Bounds Green School
 


2014 Winners






Winner: Harry Reidy, aged 18, Culford School, Installation




Runner Up: Year 6 from Griffin Primary, London with Colin Grassie, Deutsche Bank CEO, and Nigel Hurst, Saatchi Gallery CEO.




Runner Up: Rosie Rendles, aged 17, from Whitley Bay High School, Tyne and Wear with Colin Grassie, Deutsche Bank CEO, and Nigel Hurst, Saatchi Gallery CEO.

 



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All Entries FOR THE 2015 SAATCHI GALLERY / DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS

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


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Dr Challoner's Grammar School
Amersham/United Kingdom
 

The Abbey School
Reading/United Kingdom
 

chislehurst and sidcup grammar school
london/United Kingdom
 

Patcham High School
Brighton/United Kingdom
 

Leehurst Swan School
Salisbury/United Kingdom
 

Pipers Corner School
High Wycombe/United Kingdom
 

COSTONS PRIMARY SCHOOL
LONDON/United Kingdom
 

Taylor Road middle School
Johns Creek/United States
 

Idyllwild Arts Academy
Idyllwild/United States
 

Russell House
Otford/United Kingdom
 

St-Andrews Catholic School
Leatherhead/United Kingdom
 

Canterbury College
Canterbury/United Kingdom
 

Plymouth High School for Girls
Plymouth/United Kingdom
 

PASCAL English School Lefkosia
Nicosia/Cyprus
 

Beauchamp College
Leicester/United Kingdom
 

Feltonfleet School
Cobham/United Kingdom
 

Langdon Academy
London/United Kingdom
 

Tapton School
Sheffield/United Kingdom
 

Horace Mann School
Bronx/United States
 

Townley Grammar School
Greater London/United Kingdom
 

Davenant Foundation School
Essex/United Kingdom
 

Highschool of Transportation Timisoara
Timisoara/Romania
 

Etobicoke School of the Arts
Toronto /Canada
 

Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
London/United Kingdom
 

Rawal International School
faridabad/India
 

Windsor Girls School
Windsor/United Kingdom
 

Chigwell School
Chigwell/United Kingdom
 

Wellington College International Tianjin
Tianjin/China
 

Skegness Academy
Skegness/United Kingdom
 

The King's School
Ottery St Mary/United Kingdom
 

Ashford School
Ashford/United Kingdom
 

Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College for Girls
Thornton Heath/United Kingdom
 

Skipton Girls' High School
Skipton/United Kingdom
 

Cadbury Sixth Form College
Birmingham/United Kingdom
 

River Beach Primary School
Littlehampton/United Kingdom
 




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