The winners of this year’s Young Creative Awards were announced on Friday 17 June and 33 young creatives (aged 11 to 24) were selected by judges as the most exciting creative talents of the year.
More than 500 young people from across Nottingham submitted entries to 11 different creative categories: Animation & Digital Media, Creative Writing, Dance, Design & Architecture, Fashion & Textiles, Film, Graphic Design, Music, Photography, Theatre, and Visual Arts.
The winners were announced via a special YouTube broadcast – profiling the 100+ shortlisted entries.
And once again, Confetti and NTU students were among the award winners, scooping the top prizes in the animation and digital media, film, graphic design, and music categories.
Congratulations to Noah Bellamy, Maria Vidal, Daniel Porter, Zoltan Remetei, Lexi Cardwell, Dhanashtree Pimputkar, Oscar Marshall, Eli Ellis, and all of the YCA winners and nominees.
Read about the winning projects here.
Confetti Young Creative Award WINNERS
Animation & Digital Media Technologies
16-18 Noah Bellamy – Confetti
19-24 Maria Vidal – Nottingham Trent University
16-18 Daniel Porter– Confetti
19-24 Zoltan Remetei – Nottingham Trent University/Confetti
16-18 Lexi Cardwell – Confetti
19-24 Dhanashree Pimputkar – Nottingham Trent University
16-18 Oscar Marshall – Confetti
19-24 Eli Ellis– Nottingham Trent University/Confetti
This year’s winners will all receive a small cash prize, plus development and showcase opportunities.
Congratulations also to our finalists, they will receive a certificate and will be featured, alongside the winners, in the annual Young Creative Awards brochure. To view the 2021 brochure, please visit the Young Creative Awards website.
We’d like to not only congratulate our award winners and finalists, but also all Confetti students who submitted work in the Nottingham Young Creative Awards.