We are delighted to announce the winner and runners up of our Album Cover Competition for Schools. These beautiful designs are now up at the Rose Theatre Kingston as part of the #KingstonRPM To Make A Record exhibition. The artwork will be on display until 9th September.
The first place winner will see their artwork used for the record sleeve of the Kingston RPM project album which is being produced in September! Each student below have also won a £500 bursary, for each of their classes to put towards a heritage activity.
Our exhibition all about Kingston’s music history, To Make A Record, will be up in the Rose Theatre Kingston until the beginning of September! You can see a sneak peek at what’s in the show here.
Running until Sep 9, To Make a Record is a unique free entry exhibition showcasing stories, objects, records, photos and music memorabilia from the 1940s – 1970s in Kingston. Come and explore this interactive exhibition that will illuminate Kingston’s musical past covering everything from Bowie’s first performance as Ziggy Stardust, the Decca Record Factory in New Malden and the arrival of Jazz music with the American Army in Bushy Park.
Kingston RPM has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England and the Royal Borough of Kingston. The project delivery partners also include, Kingston Music Service, Kingston History Centre, Kingston University and the Rose Theatre.
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There has been such a high standard of work and professionalism across the entire festival and we are grateful to all the amazing companies who performed at IYAF 2017. Congratulations to everyone involved and the 2017 Award Ceremony nominees and winners of each are listed below.