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SAATCHI GALLERY / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS





Julia Whiting, winner of the 2011 Saatchi Gallery/Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools


Julia Whiting, first place winner with family, art teachers, Adrian Scragg and Jessica Shellard, Colin Grassie,
CEO of Deutsche Bank UK (far right) and Ian MacGregor, editor of The Sunday Telegraph (far left)


Mu Chun Chiang and James Wallis joint runners-up of the 2011 prize

The winners of the 2011 Saatchi Gallery / Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools, sponsored by Deutsche Bank, were announced at a prize-giving ceremony at the Saatchi Gallery in London on 17 January 2012.

The first prize was awarded to Julia Whiting, aged 18, a pupil at St. Margaret's School, Exeter. She received £2,000 and her school's art department was awarded £10,000 to spend on art and computer equipment.

The two runners-up are James Wallis, aged 12, from Woodcote House School, Surrey and Mu-Chun Chiang, aged 18, from The Leys, Cambridge. Each runner-up was given £1,000, and their schools received £5,000 each.

The Saatchi Gallery / Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools is open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world who are invited to submit art work by students up to the age of 18. Over 12,000 entries were submitted this year. Among the 20 shortlisted works were entries from Germany and the US, as well as the UK.

The panel of judges was: the artist Marc Quinn, the children's author Kaye Umansky, Alistair Hicks, Deutsche Bank art advisor and curator, Alastair Smart, arts editor of The Sunday Telegraph, and Rebecca Wilson, director, Saatchi Gallery.

The Prize is part of the Saatchi Gallery's education programme, which is committed to introducing contemporary art to younger audiences. More than 2,500 school groups have visited the new Saatchi Gallery since it opened in Chelsea in October 2008.

An exhibition of the 20 shortlisted entries is at the Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's Sq, King's Road, London SW3 4SQ from 17-23 January 2012.

Information about entering the 2012 prize will be announced shortly.


LINKS TO THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH'S COVERAGE OF THE 2010 & 2011 PRIZES

Click to read Sunday Telegraph coverage on:
22 January 2012
6 January 2012
21 September 2011
14 September 2011
31 July 2011
16 January 2011
5 December 2010
7 November 2010
10 October 2010
19 September 2010
12 September 2010



SAATCHI GALLERY / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS 2011

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





FIRST PRIZE
Julia Whiting, 18yrs  
St Margaret's School


RUNNERS-UP
James Wallis, 12yrs 
Woodcote House School
Mu-Chun Chiang, 18yrs 
The Leys



SHORTLISTED ENTRIES

Shortlisted entries are listed in alphabetical order 


Ben Edmonds, 17 
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys
charlott, 11 
Gymnasium Schloss Plön
Dean Kang, 17 
Idyllwild ARTS Academy
Desmond Chang, 17 
Gresham's School
Emily Betham, 17 
St Edmund's School Canterbury
EMILY CUMMIN, 18 
north london collegiate school
EMILY CUMMIN, 18 
north london collegiate school
Francis Voss, 16 
John Hampden Grammar School
Grace Wooler, 18 
The Maplesden Noakes School
Jacob Bell, 18 
St. Mary's Catholic College
James Wallis, 12 
Woodcote House School
Jessica Hardy, 14 
Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls
Joel Steele, 8  
Benton Dene Primary School
Joseph B, 18  
East Chapel Hill High School
Julia Whiting, 18 
St Margaret's School
Kyung Jae Park, 17 
the edinburgh academy
Lucja Jain , 17 
The Charter School
Madeline Gardener, 17 
the edinburgh academy
Mu-Chun Chiang, 18 
The Leys
Rosie Skan, 18 
St. Paul's Girls' School


SHORTLISTED ENTRIES BY SCHOOL

Benton Dene Primary School 
Newcastle Upon Tyne/United Kingdom
East Chapel Hill High School 
Chapel Hill/United States
Gresham's School 
Holt/United Kingdom
Gymnasium Schloss Plön 
Plön/Germany
Idyllwild ARTS Academy 
Idyllwild/United States
John Hampden Grammar School 
High Wycombe/United Kingdom
north london collegiate school 
london/United Kingdom
St Edmund's School Canterbury 
Canterbury/United Kingdom
St Margaret's School 
Exeter/United Kingdom
St. Mary's Catholic College 
Liverpool/United Kingdom
St. Paul's Girls' School 
London/United Kingdom
The Charter School 
North Dulwich/United Kingdom
the edinburgh academy 
edinburgh/United Kingdom
The Leys 
Cambridge/United Kingdom
The Maplesden Noakes School 
Maidstone/United Kingdom
Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls 
Tonbridge/United Kingdom
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys 
Tunbridge Wells/United Kingdom
Woodcote House School 
Windlesham/United Kingdom


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  SCULPTURE PRIZE

Winner Marcus Tyrrell with Tessa Farmer


Runner-up Aidan Rymill


Runner-up Tomasz Kowalski with Tessa Farmer

The Prize Giving for the 2011 Sculpture at School Prize took place on the 22nd February at the Saatchi Gallery. Artist Tessa Farmer presented the award of £1000 to the winning school's art department with a further £250 given to the winning pupil. Two prizes of £100 were awarded to the pupils who were runners-up.

First place was awarded to Marcus Tyrrell, 13yrs, for King Charles III, 2011 at Cape Cornwall School, Marcus' art teacher is Amanda Beamish.

The runner-up prizes were awarded to Tomasz Kowalski, 15yrs for Head, 2011 at Anglo European School, Tomasz's art teacher is Dave Watson and Aidan Rymill, 5yrs for Christian the Lion, 2011, Aidan's art teacher is Nuria Pereira.

The sculptures will be featured in an exhibition in the Education Room on Level 2 of the Saatchi Gallery until April 15th.

The judging panel for this year's prize consisted of artists Rebecca Warren, Markus Selg, Zhivago Duncan and David Batchelor.

The Saatchi Gallery Sculpture at School Prize was launched in 2009 and is open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world who are invited to submit art work by students up to the age of 18. Over 1500 entries were submitted for the 2011 competition. The Sculpture Prize is part of the Saatchi Gallery's education programme, which is committed to introducing contemporary art to younger audiences.

The deadline for entries has now passed.

SCULPTURE PRIZE HOME HOW TO ENTER

Park View Community School  
Durham /United Kingdom
Culford School 
Bury St Edmunds/United Kingdom
Reeds School 
Cobham/United Kingdom
St Joseph's Junior School 
London/United Kingdom
St Mary Abbots Primary 
London/United Kingdom
Bishop Walsh Catholic School 
Birmingham/United Kingdom
BRAEBURN IMANI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 
THIKA/Kenya
Spalding High School 
Spalding/United Kingdom
Bishop's Stortford College 
Bishop's Stortford/United Kingdom
kingsbury high school 
london/United Kingdom
Colaiste Eamann Ris 
Kilkenny/Ireland
Haybridge High School 
Hagley/United Kingdom
Woolaston Primary School 
Woolaston/United Kingdom
CLAYESMORE SCHOOL 
BLANDFORD FORUM/United Kingdom
Lord Williams's School 
Thame /United Kingdom
The Red Maids' School 
Bristol /United Kingdom
Wakeland High School 
Frisco/United States
Bridge Academy, Hackney 
London/United Kingdom
Holyrood Academy 
Chard/United Kingdom
blundells 
tiverton/United Kingdom
St Gregory's Catholic Comprehensive School 
Tunbridge Wells/United Kingdom
Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys 
Canterbury /United Kingdom
Kings of Wessex Academy 
Cheddar/United Kingdom
Thomas's London Day School 
Fulham, London/United Kingdom
hanham high school 
bristol/United Kingdom
Harris Academy Purley 
South Croydon/United Kingdom
the Grange school 
Northwich/United Kingdom
Altrincham College of Arts 
Altrincham/United Kingdom
King Charles 1 School 
Kidderminster/United Kingdom
Dame Alice Owen 
Potters Bar/United Kingdom
Abingdon School 
Abingdon/United Kingdom
St. Mary's Catholic College 
Liverpool/United Kingdom
Headington School 
Oxford/United Kingdom
All Hallows Catholic School 
Farnham /United Kingdom
Great Marlow School 
Marlow/United Kingdom
Gosforth East Middle School 
Newcastle-upon-tyne/United Kingdom
Oathall Community College 
Haywards Heath/United Kingdom
Saint Ronans School 
Hawkhurst/United Kingdom
Queens College 
Taunton/United Kingdom


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