MEDIA COVERAGE - 2015
HENDON AND FINCHLEY TIMES 21 Sep 2015
School coursework helps student beat hundreds of artists in competition
Kaye Song, 18, from Colindale, came first in National Open Art Competition’s first ever World Vote with her A-level coursework, an oil painting called ‘Asleep’.
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BBC GET CREATIVE 1 sep 2015
NOA15 World Vote Winner announced
A piece of A-level coursework has won top prize in a national open art competition. Kaye Song’s oil painting Asleep, of a close friend at rest in her bedroom, beat hundreds of artworks by professional and amateur artists in a public vote.
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SOUTHERN DAILY ECHO 22 January 2016
Art has helped autistic Great Oaks School pupil Matthew Whynne blossom.
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ETC MAGAZINE November 2015
Etc Magazine's feature on NOA15 and the Winners' Exhibition, which is due to appear at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, 1 - 13 December.download
THE STANDARD 7/10/2015
NOA Chairman, Neil Lawson Baker, talks to Chris Blackwood in the business pages of The Standard. Read the article heredownload