The following prizes may be awarded annually in the School of Art, Media and American Studies The following prizes may be awarded annually in the School of Art, Media and American Studies

Arthur Batchelor Prizes

Three Arthur Batchelor Prizes are awarded annually for outstanding progress by a second-year Art History student, for the best undergraduate dissertation in Art History and a bursary for postgraduate studies in Art History.

Rules

  1. The following Prizes and Bursary shall be awarded annually in the School of Art History and World Art Studies: (1) an Arthur Batchelor Prize for outstanding progress by a second-year Art History student; (2) an Arthur Batchelor Prize for the best undergraduate dissertation in Art History; (3) an Arthur Batchelor Bursary for postgraduate studies in Art History.
  2. The total value of the Prizes and Bursary shall be a sum not exceeding the income from that part of the Arthur Batchelor Fund set aside for this purpose. The Prizes and Bursary shall be used for a purpose approved by the Head of the School of Art History and World Art Studies.
  3. The Prizes and Bursary shall be awarded by the Board of the School of Art History and World Art Studies on the recommendation of the appropriate Prize Committee.
  4. If in any year no candidate in any category is judged to be of sufficient merit, the relevant Prize or Bursary shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates in any category are judged to be of equal merit, the relevant Prize or Bursary may be divided.


Outstanding Progress by a Second Year Art History Student:

2010/11 winner - Jack Shepherdson

2011/12 winner - Amy Taylor

2012/13 winners - Jess Howard and Hannah Olsen-Shaw

2013/14 winners - Layla Gatens and Florence Evans

 

Best Undergraduate Dissertation in Art History:

2009/10 winner - Elizabeth Eves

2010/11 winners - Maria Alambritis and Beatrice Leal

2011/12 winners - Katherine Clough and Jack Shepherdson

2012/13 winner - Susan Ecclestone

2013/14 winner - Francesca Meale

Not specified


The Sir Bernard Feilden Prize

The Sir Bernard Feilden Prize, worth £750, is awarded annually to the student who shows outstanding interest and ability in Architectural History.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize awarded in the School of Art History and World Art Studies known as the Sir Bernard Feilden Prize. Its purpose is to fund travel to undertake research relating to architecture.
  2. The prize shall be to the value of £750 and shall be awarded annually to the student registered in the School who shows outstanding interest and ability in the field of Architectural History.
  3. The prize shall be based on the following evidence: a personal statement from the candidate indicating how s/he proposes to make use of the prize; an essay of 1,500 words critically assessing a particular building supported by no more than five images (the essay should not have been submitted as part of the candidate's coursework); and a report from one referee who has personal knowledge of the candidate. The submission should be made by the last day of February.
  4. The Head of the School shall appoint two members of faculty to a panel of assessors who will make their recommendations to the Head concerning the award of the prize.
  5. The final travel and research plans of the candidate awarded the prize shall be made in consultation with one of the assessors for the prize.
  6. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize will not be awarded.
  7. The prize may not be divided between two or more candidates.
  8. No person shall be awarded the prize more than once.


2010/11 winner - Anastasia Moskvina

2011/12 winner - Lauren Hanrion

2012/13 winner - Vassil Yordanov

2013/14 winner - Megan Calcutt

£750


David Brown Bursaries

Two David Brown Bursaries are awarded annually to postgraduate students in ART taking into account both the merit and need of the applicants. The bursaries are primarily intended to pay research travel expenses or other purposes which directly support postgraduate study.

Rules

  1. Two David Brown bursaries shall normally be awarded to postgraduate students in the School of Art History and World Art Studies.
  2. The bursaries shall be awarded by the Board of the School of Art History and World Art Studies on the recommendation of a Prize Committee constituted by the Board for that purpose. The Committee shall at their discretion take into account both merit and need.
  3. The total value of the bursaries shall be a sum not exceeding the income from the endowment bequeathed by the late David Brown.
  4. The bursaries are primarily intended to pay research travel expenses or other purposes which directly support postgraduate study.
  5. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, bursaries shall not be awarded.
  6. A bursary may be awarded to the same candidate more than once.

2011/12 winners - Sue Hedge and Lisa Maddigan

Not specified


The Kristopher Harper Prizes

Two £100 annual prizes are available for two first year undergraduate students - one in the School of History and another in the School of Art History and World Art Studies who achieves the best overall performance in the year one assessment for their respective School.

Rules

  1. There shall be two Prizes awarded annually by the University to be known as the Kristopher Harper Prizes. The Prizes will be awarded annually; one in the School of History and one in the School of Art History and World Art Studies.
  2. The value of each Prize will be £100.
  3. The primary purpose of the Prizes will be to reward a first year undergraduate student registered in the School of History and a first year undergraduate student registered in the School of Art History and World Art Studies who achieve the best overall performance in the year one assessment for their respective Schools.
  4. The Prizes will be awarded by the Board of the School on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners concerned in the respective Schools of study.
  5. If two or more candidates for the same Prize are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the Prize will be divided.
  6. If in any year no candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit, the Prizes shall not be awarded.
  7. The recipients shall be required to attend an event for publicity purposes at which the Prizes will be presented by Kristopher Harper or his representative.


History Prize

2011/12 winner - Marianna Wysocki

2012/13 winner - Richard Attridge

2013/14 winner - Ryan Asquez

 


Art History and World Art Studies Prize

2011/12 winner - Sophia Szynaka

2012/13 winner - Ruth Law

2013/14 winner - Imogen Simmonds

£100


Nicholas Green Studentship

The annual Nicholas Green Studentship is awarded for postgraduate studies in Art History taking into account the merit, need and appropriateness of the area of study of the applicant to the academic interests of the late Dr Nicholas Green.

Rules

  1. The Nicholas Green Studentship shall normally be awarded annually for postgraduate study in Art History.
  2. The studentship shall be awarded by the Board of the School of Art History and World Art Studies on the recommendation of a Prize Committee constituted by the Board for that purpose. The Committee shall at their discretion take into account both merit, need and the appropriateness of the area of study to the academic interests of the late Dr Nicholas Green.
  3. The total value of the studentship shall be a sum not exceeding the income from the endowment donated in memory of Nicholas Green.
  4. The funds shall normally be applied to defraying the costs of all or part of fees and maintenance.
  5. The funds may when appropriate be applied to the purchase of books, travel expenses or other purposes which support postgraduate study.
  6. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, the studentship shall not be awarded.
  7. The studentship may be awarded to the same candidate more than once.


2011/12 winners - Miki Kurisu and Beatrice Leal

2014/15 winners - Harriet Mulhearn

Not specified


Sarah Adeane Studentship

The annual Sarah Adeane Studentship is awarded for postgraduate studies in Art History taking into account both the merit and need of the applicant.

Rules

  1. The Sarah Adeane Studentship shall normally be awarded annually for postgraduate study in Art History.
  2. The studentship shall be awarded by the Board of the School of Art History and World Art Studies on the recommendation of a Prize Committee constituted by the Board for that purpose. The Committee shall at their discretion take into account both merit and need.
  3. The total value of the studentship shall be a sum not exceeding the income from the endowment donated in memory of Sarah Adeane.
  4. The funds shall normally be applied to defraying the costs of all or part of fees and maintenance.
  5. The funds may when appropriate be applied to the purchase of books, travel expenses or other purposes which support postgraduate study.
  6. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, the studentship shall not be awarded.
  7. If two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit, the studentship may be divided.
  8. The studentship may be awarded to the same candidate more than once.

2014/15 winners - Katie Angus, Hollie Buttery, Maja Michaliszyn, Mariana Carbonara, Agata Gomolka, Beatrice Leal and Harriet Mulhearn

Not specified


The Henry Thomas Browning Prize

The annual Henry Thomas Browning Prize, worth £100, is awarded to a current first or second year student studying in the Department of Art History and World Art Studies for overcoming challenges faced during their studies at UEA.

Rules

1. There shall be a Prize awarded annually by the University to be known as the Henry Thomas Browning Prize.  The Prize will be awarded annually to a student studying in the Department of Art History and World Art Studies, School of Art, Media and American Studies.

2. The value of the Prize will be £100.

3. The first Prize will be awarded in 2015 and each year for five further years thereafter.

4. The primary purpose of the Prize will be to reward a current first or second year student in the Department of Art History and World Art Studies for overcoming challenges faced during their studies at UEA. These may be either of a personal or academic nature and will have presented significant obstacles affecting their ability to study.

5. Students will be put forward for consideration for the Prize by members of staff in the Department.

6. The winner of the Prize will be decided by a Selection Panel comprising the Head of the Department of Art History and World Art Studies, the Director of the Sainsbury Institute for Art and the Prize donor, Beverley Youngman.

7. If two or more candidates are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the Prize will be divided. There will be no more than two winners for the same Prize in the same year.

8. If in any year no candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit, the Prize shall not be awarded.

9. No student shall be awarded the Prize more than once.

10.  The recipients shall be required to attend an event for publicity purposes at which the Prize will be presented by its donor, Beverley Youngman.

 

 

£100