ARTiculation Prize

“We were very impressed by the tremendously high standard of the talks, which were informative, impassioned and uplifting!” [ARTiculation Prize 2014 audience member]

ARTiculation Prize 2014 Finals

The ARTiculation Prize is The Roche Court Educational Trust’s public speaking competition, which invites sixth form students from all sectors of education to give a short presentation on a work of art,  artefact or architecture of their choice. The finals were held at Clare College, University of Cambridge on Saturday 1st March 2014 by kind invitation of the Masters and Fellows of Clare College, and was adjudicated by Edmund de Waal OBE, Artist and Writer.

 

ARTiculation Prize 2014 Finalist Speakers with adjudicator, Edmund de Waal

ARTiculation Prize 2014 Winners

First Prize Madeleine Onstwedder from St. Paul’s Girls’ School presented on Kazimir Malevich, Painterly Realism of a Boy with a Knapsack – Color Masses in the Fourth Dimension, 1915

Second Prize Stanislaw Braminski from Bedford School presented on Rembrandt van Rijn, Ecce Homo, 1655

Third Prize Anna Vlassova-Longworth from St. Marylebone School presented on Sou Fujimoto, Wooden House, 2006

Finalist Schools: ACS Cobham International School; Bedford School; Benton Park School; Bournemouth School; King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls; St. Clare’s, Oxford; St. Marylebone School; St. Paul’s Girls’ School; The King’s School Canterbur

ARTiculation 2013

The  2013 winner was Molly Nickson from Townley Grammar School, Kent for her presentation: Henry Mooore’s ’Standing Figure, Knife Edge’, Greenwich Park.

View Molly Nickson’s Winner 2013 presentation here.The ARTiculation Prize from Roche Court Educational trust on Vimeo.