On the 24th of June, the Chelsea Centre for Creative Industries opened its doors to the public for their Private View. The students have achieved so much this year, we needed to celebrate this with their friends and family. The Show will be open to the public to book time slots through Event Brite from 25th June until the 5th July. https://tinyurl.com/2bjk3h63
We also had our Student Awards too!! There were 5 categories and a total of 8 students awarded. The awards went to:
Chelsea Curriculum Awards
- For Art, the award goes to Ruthie Martin
- For Design, the award goes to Sofiane Simayya
- For Media, the award goes to Jaden Melache
- And for Essential Skills, the award goes to Chyna King
All of these students have really demonstrated commitment to their learning in their course, achieving excellent outcomes, demonstrating real resilience in the face of the challenges they face in life, and being innovative in their learning.
Chelsea Higher Education Award
- Hannah Uzor
Hannah has studied with us on the HNC and HND in Fine Art and has since taken a place at the Slade art school, having been awarded an extraordinary new scholarship. Whilst on the HNC at Morley, Hannah completed a painting that was bought by English Heritage and hung in Osborne House throughout Black History Month in 2020. She has continued to gain Distinctions and work both creatively and professionally – whilst also balancing home and parenting responsibilities.
Chelsea Life Long Learning Award
- Evie Milner
Eve has taken a few courses at Morley over the last few years and has produced exemplary work during her time with us. Her work has been meticulous, scrupulous and researched thoroughly. Eve went above and beyond to deliver work, well above the Level 2 she was studying, and we think she deserves all possible awards!
Chelsea Social Justice Award
- Abbie Beckworth
Abbie has been an outstanding student on her course and has been extremely helpful as student rep and most recently assisting greatly with the set up for exhibitions. Outside of college Abbie also does regular charity work for homeless people and vulnerable women, spreading awareness and gaining donations.