Group of people stood in front of artwork.

From left to right: Haworth Life Drawing Prize 2016 winner Steph Grundy and 2017 winner Lauren Curry; Haworth Charitable Trustees Sarah Godlee and Alice Herbert; and University of Salford Lecturer in Visual Arts David Hancock. Photograph courtesy of Nick Harrison.

Haworth Life Drawing Series 2017

Funded by the Haworth Charitable Trust.

Exhibition Dates: 26 May – August 2017
Venue: Council Chamber, The Old Fire Station, University of Salford, Salford
Gallery opening times: Viewings by appointment only, please contact the Art Collection Team.
Admission: Free

We are pleased to announce that 1st year Visual Arts student Lauren Curry was awarded the Haworth Life Drawing Prize 2017.  Lauren was selected as in addition to attending and engaging fully with the Haworth Trust Life Class series over two trimesters her work showed a marked development over the course of the year and her best work was of a very high standard.  The prize will give Lauren the opportunity to travel to a European country to study artworks in major galleries and museums. Previous winner Steph Grundy undertook her study trip in Rome and had an amazing time whilst there.

We are delighted that the Haworth Charitable Trust have confirmed that they will continue to support the Haworth Life Drawing Series. In addition they have offered to support a ‘Figurative Art’ bursary for our School of Arts & Media and Art Collection Graduate Scholarship Programme.

The Haworth Charitable Trust

“The Haworth Trust, a registered charity, was established 26 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.”