Zsuzsi Roboz Art Scholarship
The Zsuzsi Roboz Art Scholarship is an annual programme operated by Morley College London, designed to support figurative artists in the early stages of their careers as they develop their artistic range and abilities.
The scholarship, which was established in 2015 in partnership with the Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Art Trust, is a fantastic opportunity for emerging artists to develop their artistic style and skills under the guidance of staff from Morley's School of Visual and Digital Arts. Recipients of the scholarship undertake a year of part-time, tailored study at Morley College London, with personal tutoring from professional artists throughout the year, and a public exhibition of their work at the end of the scholarship period.
The scholarship is open to artists over the age of 19, working in any 2D or 3D medium to produce figurative works of art, who have already established their style and voice as an artist and want to develop their vision further. Applications for the annual intake usually open in May and close in late June or early July.
The scholars for the 2019/20 academic year are Helen Johannessen and Jenny Bell.
- 2015/16: Caroline Areskog Jones and Eleni Kalorkoti
- 2016/17: Cara Rainbow
- 2017/18: Oli Epp and Livi Mills
- 2018/19: Kirsty Howlett and Loyane Bianchini
Samples of work by all artists selected for the scholarship is available on the Morley Art Scholars blog.