Success for Morley sculpture students
Three Morley students were selected from nearly 2,000 entrants as winners in the 3D Work Sculpture category at this year's Elderly Accommodation Counsel Art Awards.
Anna Lando took top prize in the Experienced Amateur / Semi Professional category, for her ceramic sculpture 'Acrobat'. Anna is currently studying a range of courses including Ceramics: Intermediate & Advanced, Exploring Sculpture and Advanced Sculpture Workshop.
Jan Phillips, one of Sheila Vollmer's Life and Portrait Sculpture students, won the Beginner / Hobby / Less Experienced Amateur category for her ceramic portrait 'Sheba'.
While Margaret Lipsey, who takes two Exploring Sculpture courses with Sheila Vollmer, was Highly Commended for her ceramic portrait 'Eugene'.
EAC is a national charity that helps older people make informed decisions about their care and housing needs. They have been running the EAC Arts Awards for almost 20 years, giving older people an opportunity to demonstrate their continuing capacity to be purposeful, involved, and to enjoy the collaborative venture of entering a national competition.
A big congratulations from everyone at Morley College to all of our successful students, who will be honoured at a prize-giving event at the House of Lords.