Congratulations to second year BA 3D Design students Jonathan Morris and Grace Pappas, winners of the Harry Crisp Award 2016. The Harry Crisp Award is given annually to students at Camberwell who engage in projects with local community groups and individuals. It is funded by the Camberwell Residential Fellowship Trust (CRAFT) which funds projects that bring together arts education and local communities in the Camberwell area.
“It’s amazing to have received the Harry Crisp Award for this project that we spent two years developing. We look forward to using this money to further continue this project and help as many people as possible with it” – Jonathan Morris and Grace Pappas.
This year the prize was given to Jonathan and Grace for their work, The Sickle Cell Anemia Project. The project developed for Kings College Hospital and the NHS Trust is aimed to be used by doctors, nurses and psychologists to explain the pathology and treatment of sickle cell disease to children, teenagers and their families. Jonathan and Grace created a model of a game to show how the iron chelation pills the children are prescribed help control sickle cell anemia.