SCHOOL, OXFORD - CREATIVITY PRIZE
The purpose of the annual prize at the Cherwell School
is to recognise and reward creative potential in any field broadly within the
The £350 prize is open to all final year students at
the school (average age 17-18) who are invited to demonstrate their creative
potential by entering one piece of work in any medium they choose. This is not
a prize for academic achievement, nor exam grades, and the judging is carried
out totally independently of the school by professionals who work in the arts
and media. The judges are given no information on the backgrounds or school performance of those who enter, since this has no relevance in the judging discussions. Creativity should speak for itself.
Every year, the entrants demonstrate the most amazing and varied creative
potential. The judges are continually inspired by young film-makers, fiction
writers, dancers, drama groups, dress-makers, composers, musicians, painters,
potters and poets.
2016 – Theodora Laird
2015 – Meg Phipps
2014 – Natasha Covill
2013 – Cameron Small
2012 – Emma Valbret
2011 – Rosie Williams
2010 – Sara Middleton
– Jacques Butler
– Oscar Morgan
2007 – Rahim Hakimi
– Rachel Vaux
– Anna Phipps
2004 – Ewan Bleach
– David Trumble
– Sophie Cartwright
2001 – Robert Brough
– Daniel Zappi
1999 – Will Davies
1998 – Hannah Forbes
1997 – Reuben Fleming
1996 – Natalie
1995 – Will Wiles
1994 – Suyai
1993 – Nancy Gladstone
1992 – Daniel
A cinematic novel by David Trumble
has earned his place among the artists in this field who deserve to be
seriously. Whether David goes on to produce more comic-strip art or, as
hopes, become established in the movie business, I think we can assume
time, this edition of Climate will undoubtedly become a collector's
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