Scott Brownrigg hosts The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust’s 4th annual bursary scholar exhibition.
From the 7 October to the 29 November International design practice, Scott Brownrigg will be hosting The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust’s 4th annual bursary scholar exhibition at its Endell Street office.
The recurring theme - 'People & Places' celebrates the diversity of design from different cultural and ideas perspectives. Based on the success of last year’s exhibition, this year's show entitled 'Growth' is the next step forward in showcasing the design development and maturity of the scholars.
The exhibition will showcase the scholar’s interpretations on architecture through the use of mixed media, from hand drawn artwork to digital approaches.
Scott Brownrigg has supported The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust since 2010. Support for, and involvement with the Trust includes: providing students with first-hand experience of life its busy architectural studio via work placements and mentoring programmes; coaching on interview techniques and CV preparation. The practice is committed to supporting the next generation of architects, and through the Trust has provided guidance, encouragement and employment to many bursary students.
Doreen Lawrence, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon OBE said of the relationship between the Trust and Scott Brownrigg: “Working with Scott Brownrigg has developed into a long term relationship, one that the Trust treasures. This is fourth year the Trusts’ students have exhibited at Scott Brownigg's London office; the practice has fully supported us as an organisation. Please visit the exhibition and be inspired."
Symon Sentain, Chairman of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust said:
"The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust feels both proud and privileged to work alongside our architect partner, Scott Brownrigg in once again staging a brilliant exhibition of the work of our bursary students. The commitment and support shown by Scott Brownrigg over the last three years goes well beyond the exhibition itself and into the heart of our ‘Access to Professions’ programme. Year on year we support our Stephen Lawrence bursary students, helping to improve their lives and transform their futures. The annual Scott Brownrigg scholar exhibition provides a wonderful setting to showcase the talents of our bursary students and demonstrate the strength of our strong partnership."
Scott Brownrigg CEO, Darren Comber said: “We are enormously proud to have supported the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust for the last three years as part of their ‘Access to the Professions’ initiative. This will be the fourth year we have hosted the scholar exhibition, and each year we are impressed with the level of talent, drive and ambition that the scholars possess. The incredible work and dedication of the Trust in helping to transform the lives of young people and in helping to achieve real social change is particular poignant this year. This year’s exhibition forms part of the Trust’s SL20 programme of events and no doubt it will be a great success. We look forward to continuing to support the Trust and wish them the best of luck”.
The exhibition will be open weekdays to the public from Monday 7 October to Friday 29 November from 9am to 6pm at Scott Brownrigg, 77 Endell Street, London WC2H 9DZ.
A private view will be held on Thursday 10 October.