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Central Saint Martins Scholarship Awards

surreal drawing with figures
surreal drawing with figures
Dain Jeong
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Internal Communications
Published date
21 June 2020

Central Saint Martins would like to congratulate the winners and highly commended students of our 2020 Scholarship Awards!

The Queen's Scholarship

The Queen’s Scholarship was founded in 1871. This award is open to all full-time or part-time second year undergraduate students intending to go on to their third year of study. The £1,000.00 award is funded by the Royal Female School of Art Foundation. Judged by Rachel Dickson, Dean of Academic Programmes, and Jonathan Carson, Associate Dean of Student Experience and Enhancement.

Winners

Erica Tung, BA (Hons) Ceramic Design (Year 2)

Leonie Cecile Schlueter, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication and Promotion (Year 2)

Highly Commended

Aditi Sahoo, BA (Hons) Fashion Design Womenswear (Year 2)

Inga Praskeviciute,BA (Hons) Fashion Design Womenswear (Year 2)

Jeongil Ryu, BA (Hons) Fashion Design Womenswear (Year 2)

Junsei Oh, BA (Hons) Fashion: Fashion Print (Year 2)

Casper Dillen, BA (Hons) Performance Design and Practice (Year 2)

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William Atkinson Scholarship

The William Atkinson Scholarship was founded in 1896 and is open to students in their second year of undergraduate study who are planning to earn a living in a craft-based subject, such as textile design, ceramic design, jewellery design and printmaking. Funded by the Royal Female School of Art Foundation, the £500.00 award is judged by Rachel Dickson, Dean of Academic Programmes, and Jonathan Carson, Associate Dean of Student Experience and Enhancement.

Winner

Mary (Chi Ching) Chan, BA (Hons) Jewellery Design (Year 2)

Highly Commended

Erica Tung, BA (Hons) Ceramic Design (Year 2)

Martina Kocianova, BA (Hons) Jewellery Design (Year 2)

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CSM Drawing Prize (2020) Cecil Collins Memorial Award (next 2022)

Cecil Collins will be remembered as one of Central School’s great teachers, who taught painting and life drawing for over thirty years. He was himself a brilliant draftsman and regarded drawing and particularly life drawing as a central activity in an art school. The £500.00 award is open to all students at CSM. Judged by Rachel Dickson, Dean of Academic Programmes, and Jonathan Carson, Associate Dean of Student Experience and Enhancement.

Winner

Dain Jeong, BA (Hons) Fine Art (Year 2)

Highly Commended

Alexandros Kosmas Papastathis, BA (Hons) Fashion Design Womenswear (Year 1)

Karta Lorraine Thomas, BA (Hons) Ceramic Design (Year 1)

Linna Dong, MA Design (Jewellery) (Year 1)

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The Phoebe Llewellyn Smith Award

Phoebe Llewellyn Smith set her heart on a career in painting, which she pursued through her studies at Central Saint Martins whilst working for the Air Service. Her family set up this award in her memory in 1959. The £320.00 award is open to all second year students on BA (Hons) Fine Art.

Winner

Arabella Beveridge, BA Fine Art (Year 2)

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The Joyce Clissold Scholarship for Printed Textile Design

The Joyce Clissold Scholarship for Printed Textile Design was founded in 2009 for Year 2 BA Textile Design students, in memory of Olive Budd. Joyce herself was a former textiles student who later taught textile design at the School from 1936 - 1940. She also ran the business Footprints, which specialised in hand-block printed textiles and custom-made garments. The £500.00 award is judged by Rachel Dickson, Dean of Academic Programmes, and Jonathan Carson, Associate Dean of Student Experience and Enhancement.

Winner

Charlie Buxton, BA (Hons) Textile Design (Year 2)

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The Kate Barton Award for Painting

Kate Barton was a former BA (Honours) Fine Art (Painting) student at Central Saint Martins. The award is intended to support the winner in practising and developing their skills and ideas in painting in the period immediately following graduation. The £2,000.00 award is open to third year students on BA (Hons) Fine Art (Home/EU) and is judged by Mario Rossi, Senior Lecturer BA Fine Art 2D and the Barton Family, Claire Cosgrave-Barton, Tamsin Barton, Deborah Birks and Tony Birks.

Winner

Isobel Hill, BA (Hons) Fine Art 2D (Year 3)

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The Rodney Fitch Bursary

This award is generously supported by the Fitch family in honour of Rodney’s design legacy, which is best known through the work of his company Fitch, one of the world's leading retail and brand consultancies. This award is for first year MA Industrial Design students going on to Year 2 of the course. The £3,000 bursary is awarded by Nick Rhodes and the MA Industrial Design team in liaison with the Fitch family.

Winner

Fabiola Smorto, MA Industrial Design Year 1 student, expected to proceed to Year 2 in 2020/21