Three people holding framed awards, stood in front of paintings.

From L to R Richard Benbow, Helena Worthington and Munty Chowdhury. Photograph by Nick Harrison.

Haworth Life Drawing Series, 2018

Funded by the Haworth Charitable Trust

Thanks to support from the Haworth Charitable Trust, the School of Arts & Media re-introduced life drawing to the curriculum in 2015 and this exhibition showcases some of the work that has been produced through the life drawing classes.

The Series has ensured that students from a range of programmes including Visual Arts, Fashion Design, Animation, Graphic Design and Computer Games Design can develop this key artistic skill at their own pace and reflect this new knowledge and understanding in their work. The sessions used different models, a variety of poses and encouraged students to use pencil, charcoal, pastel and paint to represent the human form. This small selection showcases work from some of the participants.

The Haworth Life Drawing Prize, a travel bursary of £750.00, was awarded to Visual Arts student Richard Benbow at the exhibition preview alongside the second place price of £150 to Munty Chowdhury and a third prize of £100 to Helena Worthington. The awards were judged upon the quality of the drawings/paintings in the students’ wider portfolios, their development of skills and their active participation to the life drawing classes.

The Haworth Life Drawing Series 2018 is dedicated to the memory of Jeremy Haworth.

 

The Haworth Charitable Trust

‘The Haworth Trust, a registered charity, was established 28 years ago. Its primary aim is to give financial assistance to deserving young people with exceptional talent who are determined to make a career in the arts, particularly in painting or music. It has a particular interest in assisting people located in the northern counties of England.’

 

Preview: Friday 13 April, 4 – 6pm. All welcome.

Exhibition runs until September 2018
Opening hours: Exhibition runs until September 2018. Viewings outside of the preview are by appointment only; contact artcollection@salford.ac.uk
Venue: Council Chamber, Old Fire Station, University of Salford, The Crescent, Salford
Admission: Free