News

Fifth time for Fourth Plinth

News

27.04.2017

Emma Wins for Merton!

The Study has an impressive record when it comes to winning arts accolades, and this year is no exception.  For the fifth time, a talented artist from The Study has won the Fourth Plinth for Schools Award 2017, for the Borough of Merton.  Emma, Year 4, wowed the judging panel with her fun and colourful frog animation, entitled Frogtastic Nature.   Emma travelled to the impressive venue of City Hall to receive her prize from renowned artist David Shrigley.  His work draws on the British tradition of satire, creating drawings, animations and sculptures that reflect the absurdity of contemporary society. He has had recent solo exhibitions at Auckland Arts Festival, New Zealand (2015) and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (2014). Shrigley’s Pass the Spoon was performed at Tramway, Glasgow, and Southbank Centre, London (2011-12), and he was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2013.


Very well done to Emma, who, last year, won first prize in the ISA national Art Competition for her Picasso work.  Congratulations and keep up the artistic inspiration!


Next Up

is_single

Real baby dinosaurs?

Academic

01.03.24

is_single

Open Morning bookings now open for October 2024!

News

21.02.24

is_single

Year 6 Cupcake Business Projects

Co-curricular

20.02.24

is_single
butterfly lands on student's finger

Reception Visit London Zoo

School Trip

31.01.24

is_single
touch typing lessons for girls at The Study

Touch Typing with Mrs Peachey

Co-curricular

26.01.24

is_single

Puppet Making at Spencer House

Co-curricular

27.02.23

is_single

Public Speaking Competition

Academic

10.02.23

is_single

Merton Live!

Co-curricular

08.02.23

left arrow
right arrow