FE, Jake Jones, If David Attenborough Made Movies
SEN KS3, Alexander Barton, Roar
KS1, Evie Mason, The Four Horsemen
KS3, Keah Gough, A day in the life of a fish
Turner Contemporary’s Portfolio competition recognises and celebrates the creative talents of pupils, students and educators across Kent, providing a platform for artists of all ages. On display in the Clore Learning Studio are the winning works from the 2018 competition, which received over 1700 entries in response to the theme Art, Animals & Us.
The original, thoughtful and varied pieces that emerged from this year’s Portfolio competition are testament to the incredible work taking place in schools, colleges and other educational provisions to encourage self-expression. They also speak of our complex relationship with other animals and an increasing awareness, from an early age, that our actions have direct impact on the planet and those we share it with.
Above: Reception, Stanley Shoring, polar bear
Above: KS5 Louis Edgar, nits
Above: KS2, Ruby Hodder, Giraffe and Keeper
Above: Staff, Tsvetelina Ivanova, Stejerovo
Portfolio is run by Turner Contemporary in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University and supported by:
Cowling & Wilcox
East Kent College
Linden Hall Gallery
Mid Kent College
University for the Creative Arts