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Wimbledon Undergraduate Awards 2013

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Published date 13 August 2013

Prize Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of several awards announced at our Prize Winners Award Ceremony as part of the Undergraduate Summer Show 2013.

Our talented graduates received a range of prizes from several generous sponsors as well as a couple of brand new internal awards for 2013 including the Dean’s Drawing Prize and the Wimbledon College of Art Environmental and Sustainability Prize.

Simon Betts, Dean of Wimbledon College of Art, hosted the event and pledged his thanks for all the support given to the college by the local community and generous company sponsors such as Landmark, Lux and Merton Abbey Mills.

Landmark Prizes

1st Prize Award £1000: Thomas Kaniok – BA Fine Art: Painting

Joint 2nd Prize Awards: Louise Gates – BA Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media

Kirsty Clarke: BA Fine Art: Sculpture

Prunella Clough Prize

Kieron Marchant – BA Fine Art: Painting

Lux Prize for Moving Image

Natalie Thomson – BA Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media

Retreat Prize

Amy Job – BA Theatre & Screen: Theatre Design

Robert Miles – BA Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media

Dean’s Drawing Prize

Michael Barnes

WCA Environmental and Sustainability Prize

Joint 1st Prize – Jessica Bryant – BA Fine Art: Painting

Silje Instefjord – BA Theatre & Screen: Costume Interpretation

Runner Up: Toby Lee – BA Theatre & Screen: Theatre Design

Wandle Studio Prize 

Adam Edwards, Rachel Sheppard and Eleanor Brereton – BA Theatre & Screen: Technical Arts & Special Effects

The Wandle Studio Prize is an exciting new Prize for Wimbledon College of Art and is possible with support from Merton Abbey Mills, SEE, (UAL’s Student Enterprise and Employability service) the CCW Enterprise Collective and Chelsea Art Club Trust.

The aim of the prize is to support students in the early-career transition from being Undergraduate students to professional practitioners.

Watch the Video below of the Wandle Studio Prize Winners receiving their award and talking about their plans for the future.

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