Guests at the private view browse the wide selection of work on display at Origins Creative Arts Festival 2018
From 2-5 August, UAL Awarding Body took over Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf on London’s South Bank to reveal selected work from some of the UK’s most talented Further Education students studying UAL Awarding Body qualifications across the creative arts.
This is the first time that UAL Awarding Body has showcased work across all of its disciplines forming the Awarding Body’s first-ever creative arts festival.
Private view guests were entertained with live music performances from Jasmine Canham, West Suffolk College, Changing Currents, Northbrook Met, and BRUCH, Academy of Contemporary Music.
We would like to thank Helen Marriage, Director of Artichoke for delivering an inspiring presentation at our private view and for presenting prizes during our awards ceremony.
Congratulations to all students that performed or exhibited their work at Origins Creative Arts Festival as well as the following students that received prizes for their outstanding work.
Origins Creative Arts Festival 2018 Music Performance and Production prize winner, BRUCH
BRUCH, Academy of Contemporary Music, Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Music Performance and Production.
Origins Creative Arts Festival 2018 Performing and Production Arts prize winner, James Hopwood
James Hopwood, Conservatoire East, West Suffolk College, Maya Knight , Buckinghamshire College Group and William Ireton, Harlow College for demonstrating exceptional commitment to their Performing Arts work.
“Smile” by Jake Kevlin prize winner for Level 1 Art and Design
Jake Kevlin, Reigate School of Art, Level 1 Art and Design, for sophisticated use of print technique in their piece titled “Smile”.
“Improper” by Rio Ordoyno, prize winner for Level 2 Art and Design
Rio Ordoyno, Nescot College, Level 2 Art and Design, for fashion explored through textiles in their piece “Improper”.
Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art and Design prize winner, Maya Edwards with her piece titled “Index of matter”
Maya Edwards, Leeds Arts University, Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art and Design for her sophisticated and challenging conceptual investigation in her piece titled “Index of Matter”, which was realised to a very high standard.
Level 3 and Level 4 Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation Studies prize winner, Poppy Sullivan with her piece “The Wapping Regeneration Project”
Poppy Sullivan, UCA, Level 3 and Level 4 Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation Studies, for “The Wapping Regeneration Project” – a social innovation project showing the sophistication of concept and skills.
Level 3 and Level 4 Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation Studies prize winner, Maya Coleburn with her piece ” For summer is a-come unto day”
Maya Coleburn, Bristol School of Art, Level 3 and Level 4 Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation, for her piece titled “For summer is a-come unto day” – a piece comprising of large totemic structures made from recycled inner tubes.
Amy Parrack, City College Norwich, Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Creative Media, for her documentary titled “My Authentic Self” that explores transgender issues.
Zachariah Roper, Colchester Institute, Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Creative Media, for his music video inspired by Saul Bass’ set to a Coldplay track.
Level 3 Diploma Fashion Business and Retail prize winner, Caitlin Do, with her work
Caitin Do, Fashion Retail Academy, Level 3 Diploma Fashion Business and Retail, for her magazine ollection titled “mAPS7 – mUSIC aRT pUBLISH sPACE gLOBAL cONTINENTS”, which was contemporary and Fashion Forward. Caitlin has developed a strong aesthetic through photography and graphic design.
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