Rollits Announce 2014 Art Award Winner
Rollits is pleased to announcethat Nadine Storrer has been awarded this year's "Rollits Art Award2014" at the School of Art and Design, Hull College, for herceramic and glass boat, with Julie Harvey, who is in her first yearof a Level 3 Fine Art course as runner-up.
Nadine is on a part-time GlassWorking Techniques course and her tutor is NancyPliener.
The standard of work at theCollege was again of such a high standard that three otherstudents,Emily Storey (Level 3 Fashion, Year 1), Vita Paskovska(Level 3 Photography, Year 2) and Cass Dalton (Access Programme)were also nominated as 'Highly Commended".
The School of Art and Designis located at Park Street and its excellent onsite facilitiesinclude multimedia graphic design suites, purpose built workshopsdedicated to 3D/spatial design, jewellery design and ceramics.Specialist Art and Design facilities also include the industrystandard photographic studio with associated digital editingsuites, fine art studios, textile work rooms with state of the artequipment including computerised dobby looms and fashion andclothing studios/workshops.
This centre is complemented bythe Hull School of Art and Design building at the Queen's Gardenssite.
Pat Coyle, Client RelationsDirector at Rollits LLP said: "We have sponsored the RollitsArt Award at The School of Art and Design, Hull College for thepast three years and are always amazed at the calibre of thestudent's work - each year it seems to get better andbetter.
"Choosing the overall winneris not easy as the standard of work is so high. We viewed thework of all of the students - everything from ceramics to textiles- at their end of year show and the standard of work impressed usso much that we found it very difficult to choose just onewinner.
"After lots of debate, wefinally chose Nadine as our eventual winner, and recommended fourfurther pieces to be nominated as 'Highly Commended'.
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