Thank you for allowing young people, such as myself, to express and share their passions for art. It was a wonderful experience that pushed my presentation skills to the limits! [Student Speaker, 2014]
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. in 2014 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.
We are delighted to announce that applications for ARTiculation 2015 is now open. All information, application forms and booking forms can be found here. Please note that the deadline for all applications is Friday 17 October 2014.
The Jupiter Artland Education Foundation launched the first ever ARTiculation Scotland on 17 June. Eight participants from Edinburgh and surrounding areas took part, covering a range of topics, from Frans Hals’ Portrait of a Man with a Jawbone in His Hand (1636) to Joseph Beuys’ The Pack. The event was adjudicated by the artist Nathan Coley. For further information and images please see here.
To view the winning presentation by Jodie Williamson, from Boroughmuir High School, on Miyauzaki’s Spirited Away (2001) please see here.
The ARTiculation Prize 2014 took place at Clare College, the University of Cambridge on 1 March and was adjudicated by Edmund de Waal OBE.
To view the ARTiculation presentations please see here.
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
ARTiculation supports national academic and vocational initiatives to include EQA’s, the Arts Award, and The Duke of Edinburgh Award.