PREVIOUS WORKS IN SAATCHI ONLINE ART PRIZE FOR SCHOOLS



Townley Grammar Student Exhibition

Oct 22nd - Nov 19th 2018


   
         
Commended: Sophie H: 'Tower'
 
Commended: Kitty G: 'Fragile'
 
Winner: Lucy H: 'Drag'


The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to host Townley Grammar's annual AS and A Level exhibition. This year, the winner and two commended pieces will be exhibited in the Education Gallery on L2, with a selection of YR8 work on display in the gallery’s Education Room on the LG.

The exhibition showcases a range of 2D and 3D Art and Design and offers an insight into the creativity and commitment of the students at Townley Grammar.

For further information on Townley Grammar please visit: http://www.townleygrammar.org.uk/

For further information on how to get involved with exhibiting your students work at the gallery contact: education@saatchigallery.com






Art Explosion 2018: Epic CiC

Oct 1st - Oct 21st 2018



Samira Hussain - Sion Manning School

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Art Explosion 2018: The Winning Entries. The Saatchi Gallery has a long standing relationship with Epic CiC, having exhibited the winners of the competition for numerous years. The Saatchi Gallery supports the work Epic CiC undertakes with young people and is pleased to once again be showcasing the competition.

The exhibition is free and will be on display in the Education Gallery on L2.


About Epic CiC:

"Our focus is on working with children and young people in London up to the age of 19 and 25 for those with a lifelong learning difficulty and/or disability (LLDD). We are inclusive in all the work we do, providing a range of universal and targeted programmes to bring communities together and address some of the most pressing challenges facing young people in London including poverty, employability and education, physical and mental health and serious youth violence. We believe in working collaboratively with children & young people and other service providers to tackle these issues. Our mission is to inspire children & young people to achieve their potential and make a positive difference to the communities in which we work" Epic CiC







Drumbeat School & ASD Service Student Exhibition

July 25th - Sep 6th 2018


The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Drumbeat School and ASD Service’s student Exhibition. The exhibition, which originally showed in the Education Room at the gallery, showcases a variety of 3D art focused on nature.

The diversity of work on display in this exhibition highlights the schools dedication to creative exploration and team work. Drumbeat serves boys and girls aged 4-19 who have been diagnosed with autistic needs.



"Art is proving to be a very effective therapy for students diagnosed with Autism, helping to meet the pervasive challenges autism presents.

To further this at Drumbeat School we decided to have a dedicated Arts Week run by School Art Coordinator Roger Taylor, where the whole school would concentrate on and develop a specific topic, during allocated sessions in the Art Room. Students could choose the medium they wanted to work in and were given 'free reign' to interpret the topic in their own individual style.

The classrooms in the primary department at Drumbeat School are all named after animals and during the Art week students from these classes created models representing the animal the class was named after. Here we have Zebra and Panda. Due to the success and enjoyment experienced through creating this display we are holding an Arts Week during each term with a variety of topics to enable student’s creativity and imagination.

We aim to meet the needs of very special children and young people and support them to make continued progress in their learning and acquisition of life skills. Our vision is simple – to put our children and young people first every time. We believe that all our children should leave Drumbeat independent, confident, caring, ambitious, courageous, safe, respectful, resilient and successful
" Drumbeat

The exhibition will be on display in the Education Gallery on L2.

For further information on Drumbeat School & ASD Service please visit: http://www.drumbeatasd.org







SAATCHI GALLERY MAGAZINE ART & MUSIC
LOVE ART YOUNG ARTIST PRIZE 2018

June 11th - July 19th 2018




Following on from this very popular competition of artwork entries from all over the world, a display and live auction at The Cass Art Space, Islington, which showcased 13 shortlisted artists, the Saatchi Gallery is excited to be exhibiting the final 4 prize winners.

Categories and winners include:
11-17 Prize
Sam Maxwell (17) Rural/Urban

Fine Art Prize
Miranda Pissarides (29) Sliding Orchids

Photography Prize
Mike Curley (22) Divagate

Digital Art Prize
Alice Wade (17) The Pits

LOVE ART Young Artist Prize 2018 was open to entrants between the ages of 11-29 who evidenced exciting potential, innovative ideas and originality in process.

As part of the prize, Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music will make a selection of 50 artists to publish in a special one-off issue of the magazine in Summer 2018.

The magazine will be distributed from the Saatchi Gallery, offering wide ranging exposure to a significant audience, including art professionals and visitors to the gallery.

"Since the launch of The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music in 2008, we have been committed to encouraging and supporting young artists and musicians to develop long-term careers in fine art and the creative industries. This has been reflected in our content and choice of writers; our focus has always been on grass-roots trends alongside artists and musicians who exist and succeed outside of the mainstream. We are now on the look-out for young artists who are thinking about art as a career, who are already studying or have recently graduated" Art & Music Publications

Admission is FREE

The exhibition will be on display in the Education Gallery on L2.

For further information on the Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music please visit: http://artandmusicpublications.com







'THIS IS ME'

May 28 - June 5 2018




This Is Me will feature self-portraits directed by a group of young people raised in residential and foster care and is displayed with accompanying monologues. The exhibition explores the relationship between place and identity as experienced by young people leaving care in London.

Having grown up in an environment of constant uncertainty, for the participants, long-term stable relationships and a secure home are not things which are taken for granted. London, then, becomes a sanctuary of memories created in different places, with childhood memories in one place, a school and foster home in another and supported accommodation in yet another part of the capital.

This exhibition invites individuals to discover the stories behind the statistics. Individuals who have taken part in the exhibition have been empowered by the opportunity to share their story in their own words.

The Drive Forward Foundation are keen to continue sharing their stories, which have left other young adults leaving care feeling empowered and provided the basis for a greater understanding from Londoners who have left the exhibition with a new perspective on the challenges faced by care leavers.

Admission is FREE

Drive Forward Foundation:

The Drive Forward Foundation is a small London based charity which supports young adults who have left the care system and gone into employment:

"Care leavers face a number of hurdles when transitioning into adulthood and independence. A third of people sleeping on the streets come from a care background. About 40% of young care leavers are NEET and half of them are dealing with mental health issues. This unique project invites you to discover the people behind the statistics, their stories and take on reality" Martha Wansbrough, Founder and CEO of Drive Forward Foundation

For further information on the Drive Forward Foundation please visit:
http://www.driveforwardfoundation.com/





Lead Creative Schools Scheme Exhibition

March 21st - May 24th 2018



The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme, which will be showing in both the Education Room on LG and in the Education Gallery on L2. The exhibition will feature a range of work from pupils from Pencoed Primary School and artist Haf Weighton.

Launched in 2015, the Lead Creative Schools Scheme project invited artists to go in to schools to work on long and short term projects, as part of using creativity to raise attainment in core subjects such as Numeracy and Literacy. Thousands of schools in Wales have benefitted from this unique project, which has promoted both pupils core skills and creativity. The project is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and is called The Arts Council of Wales Lead Creative Schools Scheme.

Featured in this exhibition, artist Haf Weighton worked for over a term in the Welsh Valleys with Pencoed Primary School. The project she led was based around using textile art to raise attainment in numeracy and around raising self-esteem amongst a core group of children.

The group of Year 4 children (originally 18, but grew to 80 children in total), were learning about the Stuarts as their theme for the term. The children designed their own versions of the Union Jack and created drawings to represent their interests and identities. The numeracy element of the project included using symmetry and long division to work out composition and pattern, as well as running a successful Stuarts tea party (with a shop run by the students within it) at the school.


The children’s work was originally exhibited at Hearth Gallery in Wales. In taking part in this project, teachers at Pencoed Primary saw a significant increase in the children’s academic levels when they completed their national tests at the end of the academic year. The opportunity to see their work up in a professional gallery also saw a marked difference in the children’s self-esteem. Many pupils had never visited a professional gallery before.

As part of the exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, pupils will be invited to travel up from Wales and attend an activity led tour and presentation of their exhibition.

For further information on the Lead Creative Schools Scheme please visit:
http://www.arts.wales/arts-in-wales/creative-learning/the-lead-creative-schools-scheme

For further information on the artist Haf Weighton please visit: www.hafanhaf.com





The Worldwide Tribe & RainStations Foundation present: 'On Rain'

Feb 1st - Feb 7th 2018


Image: Alan Schaller

RainStations and The Worldwide Tribe come together in collaborating with artists whose work focuses on rain. The exhibition, which will showcase a series of warm tone photographs, aims to highlight the plight and raise awareness of the Refugees in the Pikpa Camp on Lesvos.

The Worldwide Tribe, whose humanitarian work is led by Jaz O'Hara, supports refugees around the world. The RainStations Foundation work focuses on rain. Having visited the Pikpa Camp, both wish to support the camp in enabling a rainwater harvesting system to be installed on the site.

"Working together to maintain our garden is an important part of daily life at Pikpa. Gardening provides a vehicle of cultural and educational sharing as well as a feeling of dignity, control and family life for our residents. The opportunity to plant, grow and harvest vegetables or herbs as well as work together have enabled us to either engage residents existing skills, build new ones or provide a level of psycho-social support and integration" Pikpa

Maria Zachariades from the RainStations Foundation and Vassilis Mathioudakis, a photojournalist from Athens, have curated 23 photographs for 'On Rain'. Each photographer involved in the exhibition have generously donated their work to this project.

All photographs have been created as salt prints by Craig Austin at Vimpt. Vimpt combines techniques developed by William Fox Talbot in the 1830's, with the highest quality handmade French paper and modern digital negatives to produce unique prints.

As part of 'On rain' a video installation entitled "One Day, I Will Stop Crying" by artist Jade Chorkularb will be showing in the Education Room on the LG floor from Feb 7th-17th. This video installation was inspired by interviews with refugees talking about their rain at the Pikpa Camp and recordings of refugees singing.

RainStations invite you during this exhibition to share your rain on Instagram with hashtag 'on_RAin'.


www.theworldwidetribe.com


www.rainstations.com





Element: Arts Projects Exploring Purpose, Motivation and Creativity with Care Leavers

Jan 8th - Jan 25th 2018


On display in the Education Gallery on Floor 2

The Saatchi gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of In My Element.
Element (formerly STOREYS) is a youth organisation that runs creative arts project exploring purpose, motivation and creativity with care leavers. Element was set up by Alex and Elo, two friends who wanted to inject more joy, inventiveness and aspiration into the care system. Element is focused on providing “care leavers with the space to express, reflect and discover. Through this we can change the narrative: focusing on improving outcomes and recognising care leavers for the resilient and creative individuals that they are”.
Participants of an Element project will find out their key strengths, their life passions, what makes them tick, what success feels like to them, and what emotional stability looks like in their own lives. At the end of each project, participants are invited to take part in an exhibition to showcase the incredible work they have created. Autumn 2017 saw Element undertaking their first project with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. All work in this exhibition is part of that process.

In My Element
"In My Element" is the product of an Element project by care leavers from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The diversity of voices, cultures and experiences are reflected through the artwork. As a group, audience members are invited to contribute to the work by answering questions, which have placed around the space. Tweet your answers to @elementproject_


http://www.elementproject.org/
Twitter: @elementproject




Mask Art Prize 2017

Nov 16th - Dec 31st 2017

*Please note that this exhibition will be on display in the Education Room on the LG from Dec 1st – Jan 5th 2018*

The Mask Prize is on display in the Education Gallery on Floor 2 and will move to the Education Room on LG from Dec 1st – Jan 5th 2018. The prize is an annual competition with prizes for schools and young people under the age of 25 living in Africa and people of African origin living outside the continent. The competition ignites and celebrates their creativity - inventiveness, ingenuity, innovation, resourcefulness and outside-box thinking. The prize was created by Alla Tkachuk in 2012 with the aim of promoting and encouraging creativity amongst young people and schools in Africa.

This year the MASK Prize celebrates its 5th year! In 2017 it received more than 2000 works from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa. Since 2013, the competition has attracted more than 6,500 participants. Its exhibitions have been seen by 450,000 people in Kenya and beyond.

Participants enter works online into the following categories:
Schools
Visual Art under 13 y/o
Visual Art under 25 y/o
Music/Video/Performance
Entrepreneurial Ideas
Poetry



"The MASK Prize is a unique pan-African competition, which encourages and celebrates the creativity of young Africans. Marking the MASK Prize's 5th year and the Portfolio's 10th year, and sharing a common theme, 'Making a Change', this is a great opportunity for young people across the two continents to come together and express their ideas and thoughts on the changes they would like to see in the world to better their lives. In a time of rapid global change, our survival will depend on new generations being empowered to generate new solutions for a more peaceful, prosperous and fulfilled life." Alla Tkachuk, the Founder of the MASK Prize

"The MASK Prize motivates us to be more creative and makes us better for it," say participants.

The MASK Prize is a non-for-profit programme pioneered by a UK education charity MASK that strengthens creativity and innovation of young people to improve their employability and leadership, http://mobileartschoolinkenya.org

The Saatchi Gallery provides support with judges for the competition and by holding an exhibition of the finalists work.

http://mobileartschoolinkenya.org/MASK-Prize/index.html

A full list of names and both the video and poetry categories can be found at: http://mobileartschoolinkenya.org/2017MASKPRIZE.html




Epic CiC 2017 'Art Explosion'

October 2nd - October 30th 2017

Currently on display in the Education Gallery on the second floor is an eclectic group exhibition, featuring this year's winning artworks from the Epic CiC 2017 'Art Explosion' competition.

Focused on supporting and encouraging local community, Epic CiC worked with young people from Youth and Community Centres, schools and individuals from across the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to submit work.

The programme in conjunction with the exhibition offers participants the opportunity to develop their creativity and work towards a focused outcome, whilst also having the chance to attend an awards ceremony in the Education Gallery and present their work to visitors. This year’s winning categories include:

Group Entry Winner
1st Prize Winner (15 and under)
1st Prize Winner (16 and over)
2nd Prize Winner
3rd Prize Winner


Detail Image: Group Entry Winner


About Epic CiC:


Epic CiC is a new social enterprise, which is focused on delivering a comprehensive range of support services to young people up to the age of 19, or 25 for individuals who may have lifelong learning difficulties or disabilities.

Twitter: @EpicCIC
#ArtExplosionWinners
www.epiccic.org.uk




THE WORLDWIDE TRIBE X HANNAH ROSE THOMAS

September 22nd - October 1st 2017



Currently on display in the Education Gallery on the second floor is an exhibition by painter Hannah Rose Thomas. The exhibition is a collection of portraits of people she met in refugee camps in Jordan, where she partnered with UNHCR and Relief International to organise art projects for Syrian refugees. Her most recent portraits are of refugees she has met while volunteering in the Calais 'Jungle', with The Worldwide Tribe and The Hummingbird Project.

Hannah’s intimate portraits seek to humanise the individuals forced to flee their homes, whose personal stories are otherwise shrouded by statistics. She draws inspiration from Islamic art and Arabic poetry, to celebrate the rich heritage of the Middle East, so often forgotten and overshadowed by war.

Hannah Rose Thomas is a young British artist and Durham graduate in Arabic and History. She has recently returned from Northern Iraq, where she organised an art project for Yezidi women who have escaped ISIS captivity.


ABOUT THE WORLDWIDE TRIBE

The Worldwide Tribe is a social initiative aiming to highlight the humanity behind world issues and leave a legacy of positive, social change.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/theworldwidetribe
Instagram: @theworldwidetribe
www.theworldwidetribe.com



ABOUT HANNAH ROSE THOMAS

Hannah Rose Thomas is a young British artist and Durham graduate in Arabic and History. She has recently returned from Northern Iraq from an art project for Yezidi women who have escaped ISIS captivity.

hannahrosethomas.com
Instagram: @hannahrosethomas





THE WORLDWIDE TRIBE X SEQUOIA ZIFF

August 9th - 31st 2017

Currently on display in the Education Gallery on the second floor is an exhibition by photographer Sequoia Ziff. The photographs were taken at a refugee camp in Southern Greece, as part of a collaborative project with charitable organisation The Worldwide Tribe.

The exhibition affords the viewer an opportunity to connect with the humans behind the headlines. In a time when we find ourselves overwhelmed by negative imagery, and a fear-based narrative driven by the mainstream media, both Ziff and the Worldwide Tribe are working to inspire a more inclusive global community through portraiture and the power of human connection.

Spend a few moments looking into the eyes of each of the individuals in this room, recognise their pain, trauma and struggle. Above all, these portraits hope to give the viewer an insight into each spirit, to feel their strength, resilience, joy and love.

ABOUT THE WORLDWIDE TRIBE

The Worldwide Tribe is a social initiative aiming to highlight the humanity behind world issues and leave a legacy of positive, social change.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/theworldwidetribe
Instagram: @theworldwidetribe
www.theworldwidetribe.com



ABOUT SEQUOIA ZIFF

Born and raised in LA, photographer Sequoia Ziff has a magical way of merging dreamlike nostalgia with ultimate realness. Her photographs present humanity in a complex light, holding tension with a combination of vulnerability and spirit in striking, monochrome portraits. Her work has been featured in Vogue Italia, Twin and NYLON, and in 2016 was chosen as the featured artist for Summit at Sea.

Instagram: @oneseq
www.sequoiaziff.com






EXHIBITIONS IN THE SAATCHI GALLERY/DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE GALLERY


The exhibition on display is the result of a partnership between Northumberland Park Community School, The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts and the Saatchi Gallery. The project began in April and was completed on 30th June 2014. The lead artist on the project was Jack Brown.











On display were entries made to the 2014 MASK Art Prize. MASK is an annual prize open to young people in East Africa. The prize was created by Alla Tkachuk in 2012 with the aim of promoting and encouraging creativity amongst young people and schools in Africa.

For more information, please visit http://mobileartschoolinkenya.org/mask-prize/the-2014-mask-prize.html







THE JOURNEY OF SURVIVING TO SURVIVE

An education and outreach exhibition by the YAIT Project at the Refugee Council

Join us, the Young Adults in Transition (YAIT), and experience our journeys from all corners of the world. We are a remarkable group of survivors of torture who have created a rare opportunity to enter the world of an asylum seeker/refugee.

Painting - Drawing - Poetry - Sculpture - Fashion Design - Film - Music

The resulting art works are original and captivating portrayals of real stories, happening to real people, and they need to be heard. "With this exhibition, we wanted to make the public aware of how we feel... We want to encourage people to help and make a change to our journeys and experiences." - YAIT -

Exhibition dates: 20th November- 9th December

Location: Lower ground floor Education Room and Second Floor Education Gallery








EXHIBITIONS IN THE SAATCHI GALLERY/DEUTSCHE BANK ART PRIZE GALLERY


On display were etchings and mixed media work produced by students at Eton College. The works are inspired by the school's WWI archive. The project was led by the Head of Department Ian Burke, in partnership with the art teacher Chris Gibbons and with assistance from Liam Robinson.









A selection of art works from MASK, an annual national art competition in Kenya and East Africa for young people below the age of 25. The competition aimed to encourage art education, which is virtually absent from East African schools, and to increase the number of young people engaged in visual art. For more information click here.









Holland Park School, Year 7 project led by Art Teacher Nitya Paul




Currently on display are selected works from a travelling exhibition called Pieces for Peace organised by CITYarts


Northumberland School Students created works for this exhibtion with lead artist Jack Brown

The project was supported by Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts and took place over the summer term.









Works entered by Juley Hudson, Head of Art at Worth School. Henry Palmer, aged 18 and Oscar Lumley, aged 16

Alice Rooke, aged 18 and Dominic Suckling, aged 16

Oscar Lumley, aged 16 and Gun Hee Yoo, aged 18







Works selected from Townely Grammar School, Head of Art Suzanne Rogers.




Pieces for Peace organised by CITYarts




















Eloise Funnell, age 14, Retiate School. Abigail Paul, age 15, Alexandra Park


Radwana Bakkali, age 15, Acton High School. Coco Cripps, age15, Pimlico School. Yan Yi Luo, age 15, La Retriate RC Girls School


Astonishing Aspirations: Rainforest Project , a collaborative work by 60 Year 4 Pupils (8 - 9 yrs) from Deanshangar Primary School


Photographs of some of the Year 4 Pupils from Deanshangar Primary School


The winning work of the 2010 Saatchi Gallery / Sunday Telegraph Art Prize for Schools by Harry Churchill, aged 12, a pupil at Dulwich Preparatory School in London


The winners of the 2010 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 12 January 2011.

The first prize was awarded to Harry Churchill, aged 12, a pupil at Dulwich Preparatory School in London. The two runners-up are Aroseh Yaseen, aged 17, from Sir William Ramsay School in High Wycombe, and Jim Johnston, aged 17, from Hurtwood House in Dorking. The winning works are currently showing in the Saatchi Gallery / Sunday Telegraph Art Prize Gallery on the 2nd Floor


Seo Youn Kweon, 11 yrs, Milbourne Lodge Mimi Connolly, 18 yrs, Roedean School, Olivia Andrews, 12 yrs, Milbourne Lodge and Matthew Stenson, 11 yrs, Woolaston Primary School


Holly Davies, 10 yrs, Woolaston Primary School Charles Wainwright-Jones, 7 yrs, Milbourne Lodge, Nadia Raza, 10yrs, Milbourne Lodge and Matthew Stenson, 11 yrs, Woolaston Primary School


Thomas Powell, Slithy Toves & Borogoves from the Jabberwocky poem, 9 yrs, Milbourne Lodge


Kate Gilchrist, Alice's Playing Card, 10 yrs, Woolaston Primary School


Holly Davies, 10 yrs, Woolaston Primary School


Matthew Stenson, 11 yrs, Woolaston Primary School


Olivia Andrews, 12 yrs, Milbourne Lodge


Seo Youn Kweon, 11 yrs, Milbourne Lodge


Nadia Raza, 10yrs, Milbourne Lodge


Charles Wainwright-Jones, 7 yrs, Milbourne Lodge


Clockwise from left to right:
Georgina Murray, 15yrs, Sion Manning School, Sabita Aryal, 15 yrs, Holland Park School, Ashleigh Michell, 15 yrs, Southfields Community College, Rohan Davis, 15 yrs, Lady Margaret School, Gretta Pavlovskyte, 14 yrs,Highgate Wood School, Fadi Mejed, 15 yrs, Henry Compton School, Christian Lascano, 15 yrs, Salesian College


Kittisak Pomnongsan, 15 yrs old, Acton High School and Christian Lascano, 15 yrs old, Salesian College Nicholas Leigh, 15 yrs old, London Oratory School


Natasha Sheppard, 15 yrs old, Southfields Community College, Nicholas Leigh, 15 yrs old, London Oratory School, Sabita Aryal, 15 yrs old, Holland Park School


Winning works by Chloe Livingston, 12 yrs Leanne Bramwell, 15 yrs and Sabrina Hasan, 16 yrs


Millie Wilkinson, 17 yrs


Eleanor Catlin, 13 yrs


Fungai Mutezo, 17yrs and Maymana Arefin, 14yrs


Entries by Harry Churchill (12 yrs) from Dulwich College Preparatory School and collaborative work by Year 7 students Rebecca Austin, Georgia Taylor-Gurney, Michael Gamston and Alice Mutimer from Finborough School.


Entries by George Popov (13 yrs), Alexander Joynson (13 yrs), Oliver Glanville (13 yrs) and Harry Churchill from Dulwich College Preparatory School.


Collaborative work by Year 7 students Harriette Dulake, Sophie Goddard, George Lane and Sam Dumont from Finborough School, Harry Churchill (12 yrs) from Dulwich College Preparatory School and George Popov (13 yrs) from Dulwich College Preparatory School

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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition

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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition

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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries for the Shoebox Living exhibition


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Entries by Fitzharrys School, Larkmead School, John Mason School and St Brigid's School by pupils aged 8-18 years



The installation "Small Chair Field" was conceived as a community work inspired by Antony Gormley's "Field." The intention was that students, staff, parents and friends should collaborate and the work grew as it toured to the participating comprehensive schools. Pupils at Fitzharrys School are taught by Nick Austin and Sara Othen who submitted their works. Pupils at Larkmead School are taught by Sue Hunter, Linda Champion and Joy Haskey who submitted their works. Pupils at John Mason School are taught by Claire Pennington, Jenny Barrett and Lucy Baxandall who submitted their works. Pupils at St Brigid's School are taught by Mark Harmsworth who submitted their works.

Click on the below links to see reviews of this exhibition:
The Oxford Mail
The Abingdon Herald

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Ruth Mostyn Dignan (13 yrs), Highgate Wood School and Nicole Riley (17 yrs), Northampton Academy.


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Maria Marshall (10 yrs), Upton House School and Sophie Gladstone (13 yrs), Highgate Wood School.


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Maria Marshall (10 yrs) Upton House School, Sophie Gladstone (13 yrs) and Ruth Mostyn Dignan(13 yrs), Highgate Wood School.


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Lauren Green and Charlotte Fox (17 yrs) Northampton Academy.


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Jordan Lofting (17 yrs) Northampton Academy.


Maria Marshall is a pupil at Upton House School and is taught by Mark Wilson who submitted her work. Sophie Gladstone and Ruth Mostyn Dignan are pupils at Highgate Wood School and are taught by Haf Stephens and Eileen Murray who submitted their works. Nicole Riley, Jordan Lofting Lauren Green and Charlotte Fox are pupils of Northampton Academy and are taught by Rob Hunter who submitted their works. Saatchi Online Art Prize

Natalie Lusby (16 yrs), Kelvin Hall School.


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Natalie Lusby is a student of Kelvin Hall School in Hull and is taught by Marisa Cunningham and Gary Sturgess who submitted these works.


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Jack Maddams (17 yrs) Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School


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Jack Maddams (17 yrs) Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School
Jack Maddams was a student of Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School In Rochester, Kent and was taught by Jackie Trinder and Eoin Stewart

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Shen Ni (18 yrs), Julia Denison (17 yrs), Shen Ni (18 yrs). Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School


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Julia Denison(17 yrs), Anna Pitz (17 yrs) and Shen Ni (18 yrs). Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School.
These pupils are students of Hume-Fogg, an Academic Magnet High School located in Nashville, Tennessee and are taught by Pam Bergman who submitted these works.

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Sophie Diehl, (16 yrs), Julia Denison (17 yrs), Anne Carney Raines, (17 yrs), Julia Denison (17 yrs)


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Julia Denison (17 yrs) Shen Ni (18 yrs)


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Elyaa Abu Hujleh (9 yrs), Tala Faramand (9 yrs), Tamer Ahual (9 yrs), Rama Mulhem (9 yrs), Yara Zaru (10 yrs), Yasmine Huleileh (10 yrs), Leena Toubusi (10 yrs), Saeb Qazzaz (10 yrs), Hamza Juma (10 yrs), Coreen Hanna(10 yrs), Bana Shamie (9 yrs), Ahmad Badran (10 yrs)
These works are by students at the Friends School in Ramallah, Palestine


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Yasmin Sehweil (10 yrs), Future School
Khalil Al Wazin (11 yrs), Yasmeen Amin (9 yrs), The Friends School
Yasmin Sehweil (10 yrs), Future School


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Faris Amin (11 yrs), The Friends School
Yasmin Sehweil (10 yrs), Future School
These works are by students at the Friends School and the Future School in Ramallah, Palestine


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Details from drawings by students at the Friends School in Ramallah, Palestine


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Emma Roberts(18 yrs), St Albans High School For Girls
Juliet Klottrop (15 yrs), The Misbourne School


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Amy Joslin (16 yrs), St Albans High School For Girls


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John Dakin (18 yrs) The Misbourne School


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Emma Marriott (17 yrs), Suzanne Sutton, (17 yrs) and Sarah Yates, (17 yrs) - St Albans High School For Girls.


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Jessica Selcott, (16 yrs), Nicola Davies, (18 yrs)and Sophie Maynard (16 yrs) - St Albans High School For Girls.
These pupils are all students of St Albans High School For Girls and are taught by Steve McGuiness who submitted these works.


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Paddi Benson (18 yrs), Sophie Cook (17 yrs), Felix Melia (17 yrs) and VietAnh Nguyen (17 yrs) - Camden School For Girls
All students at Camden School For Girls are taught by Pip Schofield who submitted these works.


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Jolanda Dimmito (13 yrs), Emanuele Vecera (12 yrs), Ajish Paramkulangara (11 yrs), Daniele Aspergs (11 yrs), and Lorenzo Berellini (10 yrs) - Ic Negri SMS Piave Fiume.
All students at Ic Negri SMS Piave Fiume, a secondary school located near Milan, are taught by Marco Tronci who submitted these works


Saatchi Online Art Prize

VietAnh Nguyen (17 yrs) - Camden School for Girls
Jolanda Dimmito (13 yrs), Emanuele Vecera (12 yrs), Ajish Paramkulangara (11 yrs), Daniele Aspergs (11 yrs) and Lorenzo Berellini (10 yrs) - Ic Negri SMS Piave Fiume.
All students at Ic Negri SMS Piave Fiume, a secondary school located near Milan, are taught by Marco Tronci who submitted these works


Saatchi Online Art Prize

Barnaby Taupe (16 years),Kyle Rhys Singh (18 years),Thomas Weightman (18 years),Joshua Happing (18 years),Lukas Barnfather (18 years)-Stoke Newington School


Saatchi Online Art Prize

Aitch Smyth (18 years), Thomas Weightman (18 years), Joshua Happing (18 years),Lukas Barnfather (18 years) -Stoke Newington School


Saatchi Online Art Prize

Louise Simmons (18 years),William Merdew (16 years), Barnaby Taupe (16 years) -Stoke Newington School


Saatchi Online Art Prize

Louise Simmons (18 years),William Merdew (16 years), Barnaby Taupe (16 years), Aitch Smyth (18 years) -Stoke Newington School All pupils at Stoke Newington School-Media Arts and Science College are taught be Stuart Hesse (Head of Photography), who submitted these works.


Saatchi Online Art Prize  - Current Exhibition - La Casa della Ghianda, Italy

Ludovica Verticchio, Patrizio Trippetti and Filippo Rafaelli
Azzurra Maugeri and Gabriele Prola


Saatchi Online Art Prize  - Current Exhibition - La Casa della Ghianda, Italy

Maria Gandelli and Andrea di Tommaso
Bianca Gazze and Vasco de Mauro
These 'Kandinsky Inspired Paintings' were produced in pairs by Year 3 students, who are all 7 years of age, at La Casa della Ghianda, Italy. All pupils are taught by Westley Young and Justin Walker, who submitted these works.




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