Successful applicants in the first round were:
Theodosia Bosy, 18, will start her BSc in Architecture at the Bartlett School, UCL, in September after completing Foundation year at the Architectural Association. Theodosia is interested in the natural elements and how people interface with them in terms of space.
Esther Edusi is 18. She is currently studying English Literature, Art and History at A-Level. She previously participated in the BFI’s Young Film Academy which contributed to her merging of art and film. She applied to the SPR because “I aim to cross my interests in art and film to produce a piece in a genre that pushes the conventional. I hope to learn from creative professionals who explore alternatives to narrative film-making and expand my interest in cinematography.”
Sophia Yuet See is 18. Next year, she will be doing an Art Foundation in London. She is continuously exploring and experimenting with different mediums. She uses art as a form of healing and is interested in centring perspectives of marginalised voices in her work.
Gursel Bekcan, Ryan Wilson, Marquis Homer, Alexander Moshay, Al Amin, Johnson Smith, Matthew Haynes, Luke Vidal, Angelina Okay, Ashley Reynolds, Ashley Grant, Jake Mellish, Rabbi Kaninda-Itela completed the Beginners Film Making course and achieved Arts Awards, Bronze level.
STOP PLAY RECORD forms part of a joint initiative between Arts Council England and Channel 4, which sees the Institute of Contemporary Arts lead a London Network, in partnership with, the Chisenhale Gallery, DAZED, Kingston University and SPACE to provide a range of activities across the capital.