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News: Not­ting­ham Col­lege stu­dents win Young Cre­ative Awards 2022

Con­grat­u­la­tions to 16 stu­dents from across our cre­ative cours­es who have been recog­nised at this year’s Young Cre­ative Awards.

Three are win­ners plus a fur­ther 13 stu­dents were High­ly Com­mend­ed by the judges across a range of cre­ative cat­e­gories includ­ing Design and Archi­tec­ture, Pho­tog­ra­phy, Graph­ic Design, Fash­ion and Tex­tiles, Visu­al Arts and Film. 

Emily’s vir­tu­al­ly stun­ning entry is inspired by Picasso’s extrav­a­gant designs for the Bal­let Russes.”

The judges enjoyed Emily’s con­cep­tu­al approach, exper­i­men­ta­tion, fab­ric devel­op­ment and her high fash­ion final piece.”

Emi­ly, who exhib­it­ed a range of her work at our End of Year Cat­walk show, start­ed mak­ing her own clothes at home from a young age, but com­ing to col­lege has allowed her to expand her knowl­edge, and make the most of indus­try stan­dard facilities.

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I’ve always been inter­est­ed in fash­ion and make clothes at home. Com­ing to col­lege has meant I’ve had oppor­tu­ni­ties such as using pro­fes­sion­al facil­i­ties, doing a run­way show and hav­ing teach­ers you can ask ques­tions to. 

 — Emi­ly Daniels

Anoth­er win­ner in the Fash­ion and Tex­tiles cat­e­go­ry was Caleb Stutch­bury, who was a joint win­ner in the 19 – 24 cat­e­go­ry. His indus­try-stan­dard tech­ni­cal draw­ings” were high­light­ed by the judges as one of the rea­sons for his win­ning entry. 

The judges high­light­ed Caleb’s indus­try-stan­dard tech­ni­cal draw­ings, com­plex gar­ment con­struc­tion and well-bal­anced designs.

They agreed that he has pro­duced an exquis­ite, high­ly wear­able final out­fit. Amazing.”

Caleb, who also exhib­it­ed a range of his work at our End of Year Cat­walk told us how the sup­port of his teach­ers has enabled him to get to where he is today. 

A student stood in front of some large church doors

I wouldn’t have been able to do it with­out the Col­lege and teach­ers’ guidance. 

 — Caleb Stutch­bury

A Lev­el stu­dent Ava Chap­man was crowned win­ner of the pho­tog­ra­phy cat­e­go­ry for her strik­ing photographs.” 

The tonal qual­i­ty and grad­ing of these two black and white images very effec­tive and stood out to the judges imme­di­ate­ly. The por­traits are clas­si­cal­ly beau­ti­ful, sup­port­ed by a thought­ful con­cept that ref­er­ences the sur­re­al­ism of Dali. Very strik­ing pho­tographs indeed.” 

Our 13 High­ly Com­mend­ed stu­dents were:

Design & Architecture

  • Charles Law­son-Gill
  • Choi Wong

Pho­tog­ra­phy

  • Kira East­wood
  • Macken­zie Stevenson 

Graph­ic Design

  • Noah Hale
  • Mad­dy Horrigan 

Fash­ion and Textiles

  • Kiah-Loren Pierce
  • Pop­py Pink 
  • Weroni­ka Szymczak 

Visu­al Arts

  • Chloe Feakes
  • Iris Phillips

Film

  • Jude Har­ris
  • Iqra Zubair

The future is yours to shape and we’re ready and wait­ing to help you build it!

Our huge range of cours­es, out­stand­ing stu­dent sup­port, state-of-art facil­i­ties and fan­tas­tic stu­dent com­mu­ni­ty mean you are per­fect­ly placed to take your next steps, what­ev­er you choose!

Appli­ca­tions are still open for Sep­tem­ber! Apply­ing is easy — browse our cours­es and vis­it our apply page, sub­mit your appli­ca­tion and we’ll be in touch soon!

Published on:
  • 27th June 2022 (11:48 AM)
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