Meet the 2019-20 Zsuzsi Roboz Scholars: Jenny Bell
We sat down with our second Zsuzsi Roboz scholar for 2019-20, Jenny Bell, to talk about her…
This Scholarship is offered in memory of the celebrated painter, Zsuzsi Roboz. Funds have been made available to support a contemporary figurative artists of promise working primarily in painting and drawing to study for one year at Morley College London, thanks to the generosity of the ‘Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Art Trust’.
In this context, ‘figurative’ primarily refers to drawing and painting or sculpture related to human form and other forms of figuration that depicts people and considers the politics of representation.
Our Visual Arts department is highly regarded and offers a wide range of art courses from drawing and painting to ceramics and from sculpture to print-making, photography and digital media at all levels from beginners to further and higher education.
The Scholarship offers the recipient a one year’s part-time programme of free classes at Morley College, personal tutoring and mentoring from a professional artist and teacher, and an opportunity to exhibit work in our Gallery at the end of the year.
The Scholarship is intended for a committed artist who have a developed artistic vision, but who need assistance or support with the next steps of their career.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide a completed application, with all component parts by the deadline of midnight on 15 July 2023.
Applicants are required to submit the following:
Applicants should note that:
Because it is necessary for you to send image files, please use wetransfer.com to send your application as follows:
Following the initial selection, shortlisted candidates will be required to submit:
Further details will be provided to shortlisted candidates. Interviews will be confirmed towards the end of July.
The Scholarship Committee will consider the following criteria when assessing applications:
Morley College London is delighted to be able to offer this Scholarship opportunity to an outstanding artist and is grateful to the Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Art Trust for their generosity in making this Scholarship programme possible.
Visual and Digital Arts
Morley College London
61 Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7HT
020 7450 1872
Samples of work by all artists selected for the scholarship is available on the Morley Art Scholars blog.