Painters' Company Scholarships

The Painters’ Company Scholarship Scheme was established in 2012 to support undergraduate students every year at London Art Colleges. Each student receives £5,000 annually from the beginning of their second year until they complete their undergraduate studies, and they are known as a Painters’ Company Scholar. The students are selected entirely on merit and this is the meritocratically awarded scholarship for art students in London today.

In addition to the financial award, these students will receive support and encouragement from the Company in other ways – mentoring, advice on specific artistic issues, lectures and perhaps a small exhibition of their work at Painters’ Hall and/or another central London location.

The Painters’ Company Scholars are:

City & Guilds of London Art School (3 year course)
2012 - Jack Prendergast (graduated)
2013 - Kimberley Harvey (graduated)
2014 - Chris Stead (graduated)
2015 - Oliver Epp (graduated)
2016 - Eirik Broll Stalheim (graduated)
2017 - Coco Morris
2018 - Edward Howard

Goldsmiths College (3 year course)
2012 – Nazaneen Sharif (graduated)
2013 – Luke Samuel (graduated)
2014 – Emily Radish (graduated)
2015 - Wren Moat (graduated)

Slade School of Fine Art (4 year course)
2012 – Neena Percy (graduated)
2013 – Daniel Burley (graduated)
2014 - Sarah Batey (graduated)
2015 - Ben Mousley (graduated)
2016 - Florence Hutchings
2017 - Lydia Makin

2018 - Ewan White

Chelsea College of Arts (3 year course)
2014 – Isabella Hull (graduated)
2015 - Anna Jespersen (graduated)
2016 - Ryan Tennant (graduated)
2017 - Zuzanna Milobedska

2018 - Anna Clegg

Wimbledon College of Art (3 year course)
2016 - Lizzie D'Alessandri
2017 - Aurea Tanttu
2018 - Maura Polano


Decorative Surface Fellowship

This one year course at the City & Guilds of London Art School was established in 2016 and is for fine art graduates.

Decorative Surface Fellows
2017 - Amelia Crowley-Roth
2018 - Tuesday Riddell
2019 - Polly Bennett

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