Students admiring art at a gallery

June 1, 2015, by Ryan Neal

Project Transform’s student art competition

Towards the end of last year we launched a Project Transform student art competition. With a vast number of entries from the UK, China and Malaysia, the quality of submissions was much higher than anticipated. We are now pleased to reveal that, as well as being displayed on all three campuses, the winning entrees are also adorning the walls of the Project Transform offices.

For those who missed the initial competition announcement, we challenged students to design a typographical piece of artwork containing some of Project Transform’s core values:

  • Students first
  • Deliver
  • Courage
  • Integrity
  • Collaborate and integrate
  • Commitment
  • Fun

With such an influx of entries, choosing winners was a challenge but we eventually managed to narrow it down to one winner per campus. Congratulations to Andrea Sánchez Valencia (UK), Kimberly So Paak Lui (China) and Tan Thean Leng (Malaysia) on their outstanding designs! You can view these here:

Of course, there were a very many other fantastic entries. It would be impossible for us to display all of them here, but you can view the gallery below to see just a few of our favourites.

We want to thank everyone who took the time to apply; it was truly inspiring to see the amount of artistic talent that students at the University of Nottingham have to offer and it was great to see students getting engaged with Project Transform. Below you can see the newly decorated Project Transform walls – your artwork keeps us inspired every day and helps us to remember the key values behind the work that we’re delivering.

Students' art displayed on the Project Transform office wall

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