alTURNERtive Prize Announced!

Welling School’s alTURNERtive Prize was announced on Tuesday night during an evening event in the Berwick Road Gallery at Welling School. The winner was Kelly Loi for her original video installation. The Popular Prize, voted by Year 7 students was awarded to Habibat Alabi for her stunning self -portrait.

On the night we welcomed along artist Emma McNally who presented the awards. She commended the students for their exciting work, which displayed artistic maturity beyond their years. The award was judged by Deputy Head, Mr Pett, alongside art teacher Miss Taylor and Emily Druiff, who is curator of the art gallery Peckham Platform.

The alTURNERtive Prize is Welling School’s well established award, which is now in its fourteenth consecutive year. Every year 12 talented students are nominated to present their artwork. This year’s nominated students were Habibat Alabi, Chloe Clements, Luc Crossley, Shanie Frater, Khushi  Gurung, Edward Hanson, Nathan Hogben, Jasmine Lecomber, Kelly loi, Taylor Lyttleton, Maia Pavey and Cray Smith. Find out more about the nominees here …

Emma McNally Presenting Habibat Alabi IMG_5824 IMG_5862 IMG_5871- contrast IMG_7772 IMG_7776 IMG_7877 IMG_7906 Kelly Loi