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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 for Schools is open for entries.



The Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools is open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world who are invited to submit art work from students up to and including the age of 18.

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).

A first prize of £10,000 will be awarded to the winning school's art department, with a further £2,000 given to the winning pupil to be spent on art and computer equipment. Two further runner-up prizes of £5,000 each will be awarded to the second and third placed schools, with a further £1,000 to each of the winning pupils.

There will be an exhibition of the 20 shortlisted entries at the Saatchi Gallery in March 2015.

The deadline for entries is 6pm on Monday 12th January 2015.

All entries should be submitted online. The judges to be announced shortly.

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

The winner of the 2014 Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize for Schools was Harry Reidy, aged 18, from Culford School where the Head of Art is Brenda Hunt. Two runner-up prizes were awarded to the Year 6 pupils from Griffin Primary School, London and Rosie Rendles from Whitley Bay High School, Tyne and Wear. The winners were announced at a prize-giving ceremony at the Saatchi Gallery in London on 26th February, 2014.

The judges for the 2014 Prize were the author and illustrator Laura Dockrill, art advisor to Deutsche Bank and critic Alistair Hicks, the artist Bob and Roberta Smith and Saatchi Art director Rebecca Wilson.

Judge Laura Dockrill commented, "The standard and quality of work entered was absolutely remarkable. What the Saatchi Gallery are doing is phenomenal; showcasing the work of young artists and having their wonderful imaginations splattered onto the gallery walls, installing confidence into young people by recognising their talent and taking their work seriously. This competition is necessary. It is making dreams come true."

Colin Grassie, Deutsche Bank UK CEO who presented the awards said "Deutsche Bank has long supported contemporary art and values the creativity and innovation which art can bring to young people's development. We are proud to support the Saatchi Gallery and its Art Prize for Schools which is an excellent example of how the arts can support education."

Deutsche Bank's support of the Prize is part of the Bank's commitment to helping young people access opportunities and fulfil their potential. The Bank's youth engagement programme, Born to Be, has enabled the Saatchi Gallery to offer tailored artist-led workshops to pupils from schools in disadvantaged areas, increasing their understanding of fine art processes, having the opportunity to work with specialist art materials and giving them support in entering the prize process.

The Saatchi Gallery has a nearly 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.

The exhibition of 20 shortlisted entries was shown at the Saatchi Gallery from 27th February - 5th March.



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.

 



Shortlisted entries for the 2014 Saatchi Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Prize For Schools

Ordered alphabetically by screen name




Alex Cavalier
SIR WILLIAM RAMSAY
 
Ellie Ansell
Bacup and Rawtenstall Grammar School
 
Griffin Primary School
Griffin Primary School
 
Hannah Marshall
Queen Anne's School
 
Harry Reidy
Culford School
 

Iris Peploe
The Edinburgh Academy
 
Jack Taylor
The Rochester Grammar School
 
James Ralston
Oakham School
 
Kanisha Thorne
Rydens Enterprise School and Sixth Form
 
Kelly Shepherd
The Edinburgh Academy
 

Matt Rooney
Highgate School
 
Myat Thu Ya
Hurtwood House
 
Ola Arent
IB World School 1531 Raszynska
 
Oliver O'Callaghan
Carmel College
 
Oliver Rose
The Norton Knatchbull School
 

Poppy Dar
LittleMasters Fine Art for Primary School Children
 
Rosie Rendles
Whitley Bay High School
 
Victoria Ji-Soo Han
Let's Art Youth Art Center
 
Whitney
The English College, Dubai
 
Yap CHARLYNN
Singapore International School, HK
 


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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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Bablake School
Coventry/United Kingdom
 

Brown Middle School
Forney/United States
 

Hillview School for Girls
Tonbridge/United Kingdom
 

ASHDELL SCHOOL
SHEFFIELD/United Kingdom
 

Calk Academy
Trumansburg/United States
 

Phoenix Collegiate
West midlands/United Kingdom
 

St Ivo School
St Ives/United Kingdom
 

Hertswood Academy
Borehamwood/United Kingdom
 

Liceul teoretic ''Marin Preda''
Bucharest/Romania
 

Bournemouth Collegiate School
Bournemouth/United Kingdom
 

Eastbrook School
Dagenham/United Kingdom
 

Tuxford Academy
Tuxford/United Kingdom
 

St Margaret's Bushey
Bushey/United Kingdom
 

Furzedown Primary School
London/United Kingdom
 

South Downs College
Portsmouth/United Kingdom
 

Hendon School
London/United Kingdom
 

North Leamington School
Leamington Spa/United Kingdom
 

Wycombe Abbey School
High Wycombe/United Kingdom
 

Rushcroft Foundation School
London/United Kingdom
 

College of Fine Arts graduate of the University of Aleppo
aleepo/Syrian Arab Republic
 

vikhe patil memorial school
pune/India
 

Mascalls
Tonbridge /United Kingdom
 

Monta Vista High School
Cupertino/United States
 

Cowbridge Comprehensive School
Cowbridge/United Kingdom
 

New Hall School
Chelmsford/United Kingdom
 

Sturminster Newton High School
Sturminster Newton/United Kingdom
 

Herne Hill School
London/United Kingdom
 

British School of Tenerife
Puerto de la Cruz/Spain
 

The de Ferrers Academy
Burton Upon Trent/United Kingdom
 

Worthing College
Worthing/United Kingdom
 

MidKent College
Gillingham/United Kingdom
 

Presdales School
Ware/United Kingdom
 

Formby High School
Formby/United Kingdom
 

St. Louis School of Milan
Milan/Italy
 

Parkstone Grammar School
Poole/United Kingdom
 




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