Huddersfield Textile Society Prizewinners 2017

Published: 1st September 2017

The Huddersfield Textile Society is delighted to announce its four Graduate Prizewinners of 2017.

Former Society Presidents Stephen Sheard and Chris Wilkinson judged the students’ work and the winners were announced at Preview Night for the University of Huddersfield, Art, Design and Architecture Final Show on Friday 15th June 2017.

Awards were made in the following categories:

Creativity and Innovation in Design (Weave)

1st Prize: Katy Longstaff

 

Textiles with Surface Design – 2017 F r e e P l a y - Interchange.

‘We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves or more deeply engrossed in anything than when we are at play’ - Charles Schaefer

Click here to see more of Katy’s work

Creativity and Innovation in Design (Print)

1st Prize: Thomas Greenwood

 

The sensitised pellucidity collection explores the desire to regain balance between privacy and transparency looking at elusive spaces and being translucent in new ways; suggesting a new sense of truth with the fusion of industrial and organic; finding calm in the mist of destruction; signifying the release of life anxieties.

Click here to see more of Thomas’s work

Creativity and Innovation in Design (Knit)

1st Prize: Kathryn Lund

 

Colour Regeneration explores the abandoned surfaces within urban areas focusing on the rejuvenating power of colour. The influence of colour is pivotal to the reincarnation of the lost and forgotten textures; which have a strong translation through to the knitted pieces which utilise both conventional and less traditional yarn.

Click here to see more of Kathryn’s work

Best Use of Creative Textiles in Fashion and Costume (all costume students)

1st Prize: Natalie Day

Details to follow

Congratulations to all of this year’s graduate winners.