University Women In The Arts Releases Guidelines For Universities To Help Address Abuse And Bullying In The Arts Industry

University Women In The Arts Releases Guidelines For Universities To Help Address Abuse And Bullying In The Arts Industry

University Women in the Arts, the mentoring scheme to help improve the transition for women from studying the arts to working in the arts, has released guidelines for universities to help address bullying and abuse in the arts industry.

 

The guidelines were drawn up at the Hampstead Theatre, as part of a University Women in the Arts event run in partnership with Sphinx Theatre Company, earlier this month.

 

The guidelines contain suggestions by female arts students from across the UK on the role universities could play in helping to eradicate bullying and harassment in the arts, as well as helping to prepare students better for entering the arts industry.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “Our University Women in the Arts event at the Hampstead Theatre with Sphinx Theatre Company took place shortly after the revelations about Harvey Weinstein. As such, it felt important to use the opportunity to discuss this issue with the female arts students in attendance and we were proud to see their passion to draw up these guidelines to help universities better address and help eradicate bullying and harassment in the arts. We hope universities, drama schools and other educational institutions will find these suggestions from female arts students across the UK useful”.

 

University Women in the Arts was set up to address the fact that more women study the arts but less women work in the arts in the UK, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. For example, UCAS figures show that, in 2016, 63% of all students studying the arts were female. However, Tonic Theatre, British Theatre Consortium, Freelands Foundation and other recent research shows only around 30% of professional playwrights, directors and artists are female.

 

The University Women in the Arts scheme is also becoming a part of the new company Art School, which is being set up to help support the arts industry and education sector to work together to improve and protect arts education. Writer, producer and mentor Titilola Dawudu, who is currently on the Artistic Director Leadership Programme’s “Leaders of Tomorrow” programme, will become Deputy Director of University Women in the Arts, supported by Assistant Producers Rachel Coombe, Samia Dijilli and Sarah Dutton to ensure the long term future of the scheme.

 

Art School is currently running its first initiative, a year long series of events to bring together and provide access to work leading the way in terms of art education in the UK from the arts industry and education sector. Art School’s second event takes place on November 29th and Titilola Dawudu will speak at a forthcoming event – more information is available at: www.artschool.space

 

The Guidelines for Universities to Address Bullying and Harassment in the Arts Industry are available at:  Suggestions For Universities – University Women in the Arts

 

For more information on the University Women in the Arts scheme in general and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

University Women In The Arts And Sphinx Theatre Company To Offer Advice To Female Arts Students On Dealing With Harassment And Bullying After Recent Weinstein Case

University Women in the Arts and Sphinx Theatre Company will offer free advice to female arts students on how to deal with bullying and harassment in the arts industry, following the recent case involving film producer Harvey Weinstein.

 

The advice will be part of University Women in the Arts and Sphinx’s joint event at the Hampstead Theatre on November 4th.

 

The event will also offer advice to any woman wanting to work in the arts on managing their career and making their way in the arts industry.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts said: “The recent cases involving Harvey Weinstein and others have shone a light on abuse and harassment taking place in the arts industry. Many of these cases have involved women beginning their careers in the arts industry. As such, we wan to use our November 4th event with Sphinx Theatre Company to offer advice on how to deal with, and eliminate, bullying and harassment in the arts industry, as well as offering more general advice to women wanting to work in the arts”.

 

There will also be a special small group session at 1pm for female arts students or recent graduates who would like to be involved in drawing up a code for universities across the UK to use to mentor female arts students on how to deal with bullying and harassment in the arts industry.

 

Female arts students who would like to be part of the session to draw up the code of conduct can sign up here:

 

To book free tickets to the public In Conversation event with Sphinx Theatre Company, who will offer advice on dealing with harassment and bullying in the arts as well as more general advice for women wanting in the arts please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts-sueparrish.eventbrite.co.uk

 

The one off University Women in the Arts scheme was set up to address why more women study the arts but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. Last year’s UCAS figures showed 63% of arts students in the UK were female, but Tonic Theatre, British Theatre Consortium and Freeland Foundation figures have shown only around 30% of female playwrights, directors and artists are female.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre and founder of the Women of the World Festival, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Amanda Foreman, academic, writer and presenter of the BBC series “The Ascent of Women”, Kate Rowland, founder of BBC Writersroom and the former Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC, Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writersroom, Kate Bryan, presenter of “The Art Show”, “Portrait Artist of the Year” and “Landscape Artist of the Year”, Lucy Kerbel, founder of Tonic Theatre, Pinky Lilani, founder of the Women of the Future programme, and others.

 

For more information on the University Women in the Arts scheme in general and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University Women In The Arts Announces New Partnership With Sphinx Theatre Company

University Women in the Arts has announced a new partnership with Sphinx Theatre Company who will be joining the project as one of the project’s partners and supporters.

 

The new partnership will include a special University Women in the Arts event with Artistic Director of Sphinx Theatre Company Sue Parrish, who will also be joining the project as one of the 16 women leading the way in the arts in the UK who have agreed to be mentors.

 

The University Women in the Arts event will take place on Saturday November 4th at 11am – 12pm at the Hampstead Theatre Studio.

 

Tickets are free and the event is open to any female arts student or woman wanting to work in the arts.

 

Sue will offer advice to women wanting to work in the arts and discuss the future of a diverse cultural landscape.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “We are delighted to be working with Sphinx Theatre Company and Sue Parrish. Sphinx has led the way in the UK in terms of advocating for women in theatre for over 40 years and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with them to provide access to advice for women wanting to work in the arts and address why more women study the arts but less women work in the arts”.

 

Sue Parrish, Artistic Director of Sphinx Theatre Company said: “I am delighted to be given this great opportunity to discuss women’s representation with new members of the artistic community and to join such a super band of colleagues.”

 

The one off University Women in the Arts scheme was set up to address why more women study the arts but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. Last year’s UCAS figures showed 63% of arts students in the UK were female, but Tonic Theatre, British Theatre Consortium and Freeland Foundation figures have shown only around 30% of female playwrights, directors and artists are female.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre and founder of the Women of the World Festival, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Amanda Foreman, academic, writer and presenter of the BBC series “The Ascent of Women”, Kate Rowland, founder of BBC Writersroom and the former Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC, Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writerroom, Kate Bryan, presenter of “The Art Show”, “Portrait Artist of the Year” and “Landscape Artist of the Year”, Lucy Kerbel, founder of Tonic Theatre, Pinky Lilani, founder of the Women of the Future programme, and others.

 

Free tickets to the event can be booked at: https://universitywomeninthearts-sueparrish.eventbrite.co.uk

 

For more information on the University Women in the Arts scheme in general and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

University Women In The Arts Announces International Women’s Day Event For Female Students Across The UK

University Women in the Arts has announced a day long International Women’s Day event for female students wanting to work in the arts in the UK.

 

The free event will take place from 3 – 8pm on March 2nd, offering students a chance to benefit from the advice of some of the women leading the way in the arts in the UK.

 

Speakers include Pinky Lilani, founder of the Women of the Future Programme, the Women of the Future Awards and Asian Woman of Achievement Awards, Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts and founder of London Writers’ Week and The Student Guide to Writing series and Course Leader of Central Saint Martins’ first creative writing degree, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, one of the UK’s leading scriptwriting courses, and a speaker from the Women’s Equality Party, amongst other leading women.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts said: “We are delighted to be holding a day long event for International Women’s Day. We hope female students from across the UK will be able to attend the event and benefit from the advice of four women who have led the way in the arts all in one day. The event is free as it is important to address why so many more women study the arts but less women work in the arts and we hope the opportunity to listen to the speaker’s career paths, the challenges they have faced and how they have overcome them and their advice for women wanting to work in the arts will be a start to addressing this”.

 

Pinkly Lilani, founder of the Women of the Future Programme, said: “On the occasion of International Women’s Day we are delighted to be partnering with University Women in the Arts, to inspire women in the arts by providing a platform for successful women. It is imperative that we help students to hear stories of success by making role models visible. We hope our collaborative engagement will influence the next generation to fly even higher.”

 

Free tickets can be booked at: https://universitywomeninthearts-internationalwomensday.eventbrite.co.uk

 

The International Women’s Day event is supported by WhatsonStage and the Women’s Equality Party.

 

University Women in the Arts is running in partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, Writers at Work Productions, and in association with Tonic Theatre.

 

The scheme is inspired by the fact that many more women study the arts in the UK (for example over 70% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female) but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. According to recent British Theatre Consortium figures, only 30% of professional playwrights are women and according to recent UAL figures, only 30% of professional artists in galleries in London are female.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, founder of the WOW Festivals and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, Chief Culture Writer at The Guardian, Kate Bryan, art historian, presenter and former Director of The Fine Art Society, Elizabeth Freestone, Artistic Director of Pentabus Theatre Company, Tanya Seghatchian, film producer, Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, and historian, columnist and presenter Amanda Foreman.

 

University Women is also currently running a mentoring competition for women who wants to run arts business with fashion company TOAST – five students will received six months mentoring from the company and the competition can be applied for here: https://universitywomeninthearts.wufoo.com/forms/z5rfh0r18gfqq3/

 

 

For more information and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

University Women In The Arts And Toast Mentoring Competition Announced

 

University Women in the Arts and the lifestyle brand TOAST have announced details of a new mentoring competition for female students studying the arts at universities across the UK.

 

Suzie de Rohan Willner, speaking at a University Women in the Arts event on the evening of February 2nd, announced the competition for foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate female students studying any arts subject.

 

Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of TOAST said: “I have had the opportunity to work with some outstanding individuals who I have learnt invaluable skills from. At TOAST, we are building a pool of exceptional creative talent with visionary, playful and creative skills ideal for helping others to flourish. We are passionate about nurturing talent in the hope that they might go on to inspire others and become the leaders needed for the future.”

 

Five students will be selected to spend a day at TOAST and receive ongoing mentoring from the TOAST team. They will gain an insight into how to run a business and become a female leader.

 

 

Students have until midnight on March 15th to apply.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “We are delighted to be launching this joint competition with TOAST. Suzie de Rohan Willner is an inspirational female CEO in the fashion industry, and one of the few female CEOs in the industry, and we hope to offer the opportunity for female students interested in achieving a similar position to receive advice and mentoring from TOAST to help them further that goal”.

 

Female students can apply at: https://universitywomeninthearts.wufoo.com/forms/z5rfh0r18gfqq3/

 

University Women in the Arts is running in partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, Writers at Work Productions, Oberon Books and in association with Tonic Theatre.

 

The scheme is inspired by the fact that many more women study the arts in the UK (for example 74% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female) but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. According to recent British Theatre Consortium figures, only 30% of professional playwrights are women and according to recent UAL figures, only 30% of professional artists in galleries in London are female.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, founder of the WOW Festivals and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, Chief Culture Writer at The Guardian, Kate Bryan, art historian, presenter and former Director of The Fine Art Society, Elizabeth Freestone, Artistic Director of Pentabus Theatre Company, Tanya Seghatchian, film producer, Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre and historian, columnist and presenter Amanda Foreman.

 

 

The joint competition between University Women in the Arts London and TOAST is supported by Careers and Employability at the University of the Arts London.

 

 

For more information and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

University Women In The Arts – Event Four Announced With Suzie De Rohan Willner, CEO Of Toast

The next University Women in the Arts public event has been announced: ‘In Conversation’ with Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of lifestyle brand TOAST, on February 2nd at 6pm.

 

Suzie is one of 15 women who has been selected to take part in the one off scheme ‘University Women in the Arts’ to impart her knowledge and advice on how to lead the way as a woman in this sector.

 

The event is particularly targeted at female students studying arts subjects at universities across the UK but is open to anyone who would like access to Suzie’s advice.

 

During the event, TOAST and University Women in the Arts will announce a new competition for female students. Further details will be revealed on the night.

 

The free event can be booked at: https://universitywomeninthearts-suziederohanwillner.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “We are delighted to be working with Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of TOAST, on our fourth University Women in the Arts event. I think one of the key points of interest will be looking at why so many women study the arts, but decide against pursuing it as a career, particularly when it comes to leadership roles. Suzie will be able to share her experience on the progression she has made, how she has achieved her successes, and the challenges and obstacles faced over the course of her career.”

 

Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of TOAST said: “At TOAST, we celebrate thoughtful creative women and so it’s a great honour to be invited to speak with young women looking to progress their careers in such an inspiring, dynamic industry. The scheme has recognised the challenges faced by women to secure senior roles in the arts, but I hope to empower the next generation to strive for these positions by sharing my own experiences.”

 

University Women in the Arts is running in partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, Writers at Work Productions, Oberon Books and in association with Tonic Theatre.

 

The scheme is inspired by the fact that many more women study the arts in the UK (for example 74% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female) but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles. According to recent British Theatre Consortium figures, only 30% of professional playwrights are women and according to recent UAL figures, only 30% of professional artists in galleries in London are female.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, founder of the WOW Festivals and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, Chief Culture Writer at The Guardian, Kate Bryan, art historian, presenter and former Director of The Fine Art Society, Elizabeth Freestone, Artistic Director of Pentabus Theatre Company, Tanya Seghatchian, film producer, Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre and historian, columnist and presenter Amanda Foreman.

 

For more information and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

University Women In The Arts – Event Three Announced With Anne Edyvean, Head Of BBC Writersroom

The third University Women in the Arts public event has been announced.

 

Taking place on November 9th at 6pm, this will be an In Conversation event with Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writersroom, the BBC’s new writing department.

 

Anne is one of 15 women leading the way in the arts in the UK taking part in the one off scheme University Women in the Arts in order to provide access to their advice for women wanting to work in the arts across the UK.

 

The free event can be booked at: http://universitywomeninthearts-anneedyvean.eventbrite.co.uk

 

The event is particularly targeted at female students studying arts subjects at Universities across the UK but is open to anyone who would like access to these women’s advice.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, founder of the WOW Festivals and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, Chief Culture Writer at The Guardian, Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of TOAST, Kate Bryan, art historian, presenter and former Director of The Fine Art Society, Elizabeth Freestone, Artistic Director of Pentabus Theatre Company, Tanya Seghatchian, film producer, Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre and historian, columnist and presenter Amanda Foreman.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “We are looking forward to our University Women in the Arts event with Anne Edyvean. The first two University Women in the Arts events with the mentors have both sold out in less than a week and we hope Anne’s session will similarly provide a useful and free opportunity for women to learn about Anne’s career, the challenges and blessings she has faced and how she has overcome and embraced them, and receive advice on working in the arts. I think one of the problems for women in the arts has been a lack of access to advice and roles models for how to manage their careers – we hope this year long scheme will provide the opportunity to get advice from 15 women leading the way in the arts in the UK and discover what they have learnt over the course of their careers.”

 

University Women in the Arts is a one off scheme, being run in partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, Writers at Work Productions, Oberon Books and in association with Tonic Theatre.

 

The scheme is inspired by the fact that many more women study the arts in the UK (for example 74% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female) but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership role (for example according to recent British Theatre Consortium figures only 30% of professional playwrights are women and according to recent UAL figures only 30% of professional artists in galleries in London are female).

 

A companion publication to collect and expand on the events will be published by Oberon Books at the end of the year

 

For more information and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

University Women In The Arts – Event Two Announced With Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director Of The Royal Court Theatre

The second University Women in the Arts public event has been announced.

 

Taking place on 18th August at 4pm at the Royal Court Theatre, this will be an In Conversation event with Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre.

 

Vicky is one of 15 women leading the way in the arts in the UK taking part in the one off scheme University Women in the Arts in order to provide access to their advice for women wanting to work in the arts across the UK.

 

The free event can be booked at: http://universitywomeninthearts-vickyfeatherstone.eventbrite.co.uk

 

The event is particularly targeted at female students studying arts subjects at Universities across the UK but is open to anyone who would like access to these women’s advice.

 

Other University Women in the Arts mentors include Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Jude Kelly, founder of the WOW Festivals and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, Chief Culture Writer at The Guardian, Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of TOAST, Kate Bryan, art historian, presenter and former Director of The Fine Art Society, Elizabeth Freestone, Artistic Director of Pentabus Theatre Company, Tanya Seghatchian, film producer, historian, columinist and presenter Amanada Foreman and Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writetrsroom.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “We are looking forward to our University Women in the Arts event with Vicky Featherstone. This will be a chance for women to learn about Vicky’s career, the challenges she has faced and how she has overcome them, and receive advice on working in the arts. I think one of the problems for women in the arts has been a lack of advice for how to manage their careers – we hope this year long scheme will provide the opportunity to get advice from 15 women leading the way in the arts in the UK and discover what they have learnt over the course of their careers.”

 

University Women in the Arts is a one off scheme, being run in partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, Writers at Work Productions, Oberon Books and in association with Tonic Theatre.

 

The scheme is inspired by the fact that many more women study the arts in the UK (for example 74% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female) but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership role (for example according to recent British Theatre Consortium figures only 30% of professional playwrights are women and according to recent UAL figures only 30% of professional artists in galleries in London are female).

 

A companion publication to collect and expand on the events will be published by Oberon Books at the end of the year

 

For more information and to join the mailing list to be kept informed of future events please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

University Women In The Arts Announces First Public Event And New Partnership With Oberon Books

University Women in the Arts, the new scheme for female students studying arts subjects at Universities across the UK, has announced its first public event.

 

This will be an In Conversation event with Kate Rowland, founder of BBC Writersroom, the BBC’s new writing department, and the former Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC.

 

Kate Rowland, will be In Conversation with Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts and Course Leader of the new MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Matins.

 

The free event is open to all and will take place on July 7th at 4pm at Central Saint Martins as part of this year’s London Writers’ Week.

 

Other mentors who are a part of University Women in the Arts, which brings together 15 of the women who have led the way in the arts in the UK, include Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of the English National Ballet, Joanna Prior, Managing Director of Penguin Books, Charlotte Higgins, chief culture writer at The Guardian, film producer (including of the Harry Potter films) Tanya Seghatchian and historian, columnist and presenter Amanada Foreman, who recently presented the BBC series The Ascent of Women.

 

The scheme aims to address the fact that more women study arts subjects at University level but less women work in the arts, particularly in artistic and leadership roles, for example over 70% of students at the University of the Arts London, Europe’s largest arts University, are female but only around 30% of professional writers and artists are female according to recent Tonic Theatre, British Theatre Consortium and UAL figures.

 

University Women in the Arts has also announced a new partnership with Oberon Books, who will publish “Women in the Arts”, a new book with interviews with each of the 15 mentors as a permanent legacy for the project, and who join other partners the Women of the Future Programme, Tonic Theatre, Writers at Work Productions and the MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins on supporting the scheme.

 

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of University Women in the Arts, said: “University Women in the Arts brings together 15 of the women who have led the way in the arts in the UK. We are looking forward to providing access to these women via these 15 free public sessions, where the mentors will discuss their careers, the challenges they have faced and how they have overcome them and offer advice to any women wanting to work in the arts. We also delighted with our new partnership with Oberon Books – the book “Women in the Arts” will provide an important legacy meaning that, even if you can’t attend the public events, you can access the advice of 15 women who are leading the way in the arts in the UK for the first time”.

 

In addition to the free public sessions, which are open to all, University Women in the Arts has also selected 15 female talented University students form a nationwide search who will receive private advice and mentoring from the 15 mentors over the course of the next year as well.

 

For more information on University Women in the Arts please go to: www.universitywomeninthearts.com

 

To book free tickets to the first University Women in the Arts event please go to: www.londonwritersweek-universitywomeninthearts.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Highly Commended Students

University Women in the Arts: Highly Commended students

In addition to the selected students, the judges would like to congratulate the following 30 students on being Highly Commended for University Women in the Arts:

  1. Jade French
  1. Panayiota Pantelli
  1. Hanna Wilksinson
  1. Emma McGordon
  1. Victoria Leslie
  1. Naomi Gregory
  1. Micah McKay
  1. Sarah Hill
  1. Sandhyo Kaffo
  1. Yasmin Ali
  1. Eleanor Herzog
  1. Emer Dineen
  1. Aimee Gaston
  1. Beatrice Galletley
  1. Mabel Wattam
  1. Natasha Sutton Williams
  1. Ottilee Thonrhill
  1. Ellen Renton
  1. Rachel Tookey
  1. Emily Bickerdike
  1. Elizabeth Edevane
  1. Abigail Holsborough
  1. Selina Borji
  1. Tina Jay
  1. Maria Pullicino
  1. Hannah Greenstreet
  1. Suzanne Alleyne
  1. Josephine Langdon
  1. Laura Topham
  1. Grace Courtney

Many thanks to everyone who entered University Women in the Arts – the standard of entries was extremely high and we hope all of the entrants will attend the public events to still benefit from the mentors advice. To receive regular updates on the public events, please sign up to our mailing list.