05 August 2015

NOVA Award Ceremony

Whispery Savoury on the Runner-Up Prizes for Lowe NOVA

The Lowe Nova awards narrowed down over a thousand pieces of work from graduating students to a shortlist of just 15. The 2015 shortlist consists of students from all over the world, including Kazakhstan, Ukraine, China and Saudi Arabia, with much of their work containing cultural implications from their home countries.

The awards continue to elevate with each passing year, and “are now established as a major event in the Central Saint Martins year, celebrating as they do the most exceptional work from across the college. Over the years, the shortlist and winners of the awards provide an important and fascinating record of the work emerging from one of the world’s leading art and design schools”, Professor Jeremy Till, Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Arts London.

 

“We see these awards as an investment in emerging creative talent, where our support and encouragement can help provide a platform for these individuals to go on and influence the rest of the world.” commented Jose Miguel Sokoloff, President, Mullen Lowe Group Global Creative Council.

 

 

  • Winner – Liberty Antonia Sadler, BA Performance Design and Practice

  • First runner-up – ‘Jelly’ Jialin Deng, MA Narrative Environments

  • Second runner-up – Hugo Cantegrel, BA Fine Art

See More:  LOWE NOVA WINNER ANNOUNCED