Scarlet Dean attended the London Heats on Friday, 3rd March with her excellent speech on Bourgois’ sculpture, ‘Maman’.
We are delighted that Scarlet was able to participate and be a London finalist.
Dr Gabriele Finaldi praised Scarlet for her strong opening and for the element of drama n the way she presented. He commented on the strong sense of her personal response. "She took us on a journey of fascination and fear and he thought Scarlet's cultural references were very interesting. "
Scarlet Dean and Abigail D’Souza accompanied Miss Farmer to attend the finals in Cambridge on Friday 9th March. Although not a participant, the day was an excellent introduction to studying at Cambridge, and meeting some lecturers as well as hearing the finalists of the competition.
Congratulations to Scarlet for her great achievement and participation in this prestigious event.
Many thanks to the Art Department for all their efforts in supporting the students.
The ARTiculation Prize 2018 - Press Release
ARTiculation, the national public speaking competition, which encourages young people to look, think and speak about art, will hold the London Regional Final at The National Gallery on Friday 2 March, 2018.
At the Regional Final, 8 students aged between 16 and 19 will each make a 10 minute presentation about a work of art, architecture or an artefact of their choice in front of an audience and an adjudicator.
Students speaking at The National Gallery have been selected from four regional heats in London. The heats took place in January at Leighton House Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, Saatchi Gallery and The Courtauld Institute of Art.
Schools taking part in the Regional Final are Brampton Manor Academy, Dulwich College, Emanuel School, The Grey Coat Hospital School, Haberdashers Aske's School for Girls, Lady Eleanor Holles, St Paul's Girls' School and Townley Grammar School.
Dr Gabriele Finaldi, Director of The National Gallery will adjudicate this year’s London Regional Final.
He will select one student to go through to the Grand Final at Clare College, University of Cambridge on the 9th of March 2018.
The Grand Final will be adjudicated by Lord Smith of Finsbury, Chair of The Art Fund and Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Over 1,000 students enter The ARTiculation Prize in England every year.