Havering Young Artist 2020
OVERALL WINNER OF HAVERING YOUNG ARTIST
Aleeza Choudhery of Frances Bardsley Academy
Prize Giving Event with the Mayor of Havering
1st Place Molly Brocklebank of Coopers Company and Coborn School.
2nd Place Megan Hammond, titled Sir Tom Moore, HALL MEAD School.
3rd Place Mia White titled ‘lockdown’, HALL MEAD School
1st Place Roisin Delaney, titled ‘Under the Sea’ St Edwards Academy
2nd Place Cerise Lu, Gaynes School
3rd Place Aneesha Ali, Frances Bardsley Academy
1st Place Isabella Pavitt, titled ‘language deconstructed’ of Havering 6th form College
2nd Place Syed Murshed, titled, who came first 0.5, Havering 6th form College
3rd Place Christopher Thompson of The Campion School
The Appleby Gallery is pleased to present, Havering Young Artist 2020. All artwork can be viewed below in their categories KS3,KS4 and KS5.
A huge thank you to all the schools and students who have entered work into the competition this year. Once again the standard is amazing and you should all be very proud of your achievements! There is a total of eight schools participating this year, it’s been tricky collecting work due to the pandemic but with determination we have managed to get a show together. All work can be viewed online here via our website; you can also have a look at our Instagram page @theapplebygallerywhere you will see a tour of the exhibition with some of the work submitted. (digital submissions not included)
The winners will be announced online next Wednesday 14thOctober at 5pm. This will be via our Instagram page; an announcement will also be published to our website. We are sorry that we won’t be able to welcome you to the gallery this year due to the government guidelines on social distancing but do hope that you will tune in online.
Judges Natalie Bays and Joe Burns of the No Collective will be deliberating on the winners, shortly, we have some lovely prizes that were kindly donated by Tesco at Gallows corner, many thanks to them. See you onlinenext Wednesday 14thOctober at 5pm.
Good luck everyone, keep up the amazing work!