10am to 7pm (10am to 8pm on Thursdays, 12pm to 6pm on Sundays)
*** Venue: The Space, Cass Art Islington, 66-67 Colebrooke Row, London N1 8AB ***
This exhibition features the winning entry in this year’s Hermione Hammond Drawing Award, alongside the Runner-Up and Highly Commended entries.
The Award was established in 2012 in memory of the artist Hermione Hammond to encourage other artists to develop their drawing skills. It is now run in conjunction with Mall Galleries. This year 674 entries came from 74 colleges across Britain and Ireland. The exhibition features the work of 14 student artists.
Gideon Summerfield, studying at the Royal Drawing School, won the first prize of £4,000 for his pencil portrait of the British immunologist Dr William Frankland MBE, who popularised the Pollen Count in weather reports. Runner-Up Rebeka-Louise Lee, studying at Canterbury Christ Church University, won Cass Art vouchers worth £250 for her sketchbook series Journal of Places I Visit. This includes drawings of the inside of a bus, a kitchen, coffee shops and the print room at college.
Gideon Summerfield, Royal Drawing School (Winner)
Rebeka-Louise Lee, Canterbury Christ Church University (Runner-Up)
Annie Clough-Hillman, Wimbledon College of Art
Immie Dungate, Anglia Ruskin University
Willa Hilditch, Chelsea College of Art
Sung-Kook Kim, Royal College of Art
Jonathan Koetsier, Falmouth University
Anna Menshenina, University of Westminster
Elizabeth Monahan, Norwich University of the Arts
Tyler Reed, Camberwell College of Arts
Stefan Tiburcio, Royal Drawing School
Haoxuan Wei, Royal College of Art
Colette Williams, Falmouth University
Scott Williams, Gower College