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Show Two: MullenLowe NOVA Awards shortlist announced

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Published date 20 June 2019

With Show Two: Design officially open to all, it is time to announce the second wave of projects shortlisted for this year's MullenLowe NOVA Awards.

Presented by global communications network MullenLowe Group, the annual NOVA Awards celebrate exceptional work by graduating students from across our degree shows. Selected from the five programmes exhibiting in Show Two: Design, these ten shortlisted students will join the shortlist from Show One: Art.

Many congratulations to:

Cecily Cracroft-Eley – BA Fashion Knitwear

Diane Dwyer – MA Narrative Environments

Haemin Ko – MA Character Animation

Mael Henaff – MA Material Futures

Minh Le – BA Architecture

Nicky Francis – MA Character Animation

Wen Ju Tseng – BA Jewellery Design

Elissa Brunato – MA Material Futures

Fredrik Tjaerandsen – BA Fashion Womenswear

Xiaoying Liang – MA Graphic Communication Design

With the full shortlist announced, we are excited to celebrate the return of the YourNOVA Award, which will see one overall winner take a £1,000 prize. From Monday 24 June until 2 July, you can vote for your favourite piece of work from the MullenLowe NOVA Awards shortlist to win the people's choice award. Visit the MullenLowe NOVA Awards website to find out more about the award and each of the shortlisted projects.

Cecily Cracroft-Eley – BA Fashion Knitwear

Diane Dwyer – MA Narrative Environments

Haemin Ko – MA Character Animation

Mael Henaff – MA Material Futures

Minh Le – BA Architecture

Nicky Francis – MA Character Animation

Wen Ju Tseng – BA Jewellery Design

Elissa Brunato – MA Material Futures

Fredrik Tjaerandsen – BA Fashion Womenswear

Xiaoying Liang – MA Graphic Communication Design

“Every year the MullenLowe NOVA judges manoeuvre their way through an incredibly diverse landscape of creative outputs, and every year they come up trumps, because in the end, really great work shines through, whatever discipline it comes from. In the past few years, this output has become ever more urgent in the face of a febrile external world, and I expect still more provocation from the NOVA Awards this year.”

Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins

Come and see these and all the other works by our graduating students in Show Two: Design, 19–23 June at Central Saint Martins. Follow the shows and the awards on social media using #MLGNOVA and #CSMtakingshape.

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