Judging Of Art Work

Judging Of Art Work
Following seven years of exhibiting work at Future House and much positive feedback from visitors it
was decided to invite a panel of judges from the local art community to look at the work and choose
work which they particularly liked for a variety of reasons.
The judges found the task very difficult due to what they described as the outstanding quality of work.
The creators of the chosen pieces will be presented with prizes sponsored by:
Local Businesses thru Positive Bradford
Primary Age Range
Winner Owl by Poppy Hobson Year 1 at Russell Hall Primary School
Runners Up Vincent Inspired Chair by Kaitlyn Lees Year 5 at St Matthew’s Catholic Primary School
Abstract Creature by Emily Wilson Year 6 at Thackley Primary School
Lowry Inspired by Lauren King Year 6 at Russell Hall Primary School
Secondary Age Range
Winner Untitled by Luca Hussain Year 12 at Beckfoot School
Runners Up Marc Chagalll by Charlie Webb Year 8 at St Joseph’s Catholic College
The Man by Louis Mullen Year 11 at Titus Salt School
The Human Face 3D by Asia Bibi Year 10 at Belle Vue Girls’ School
Special Schools
Winner TBC
Special Joint Awards
Years 1/2 at Keelham Primary School for their water inspired textile work
The Dales by Year 3 at Iqra Academy—Hassan Ahmed, Harris Khan, Arris I, Daud Hussain, Saba
Haleem, Afra Khan, Rizwan Khan, Maida Baig, Anonymous, Haleema Alam, Bologova, Sarria Khan,
Lucas Bown, Arooj Jamil, Amriah Batool
Special Awards
Outstanding Technical Ability Award to:
Samantha Stringer of Titus Salt School
Hannah Finan of Beckfoot School
Leena Khan of Beckfoot School
Creativity, Imagination and Edibility Award to:
Lydia Wilby of Peel Park Primary School
Creativity Within The Constraints Of A Theme Award to:
Alfie Underwood of St Francis’ Catholic Primary School