Markus Soukup Wins the Liverpool Art Prize 2011

Markus Soukup Wins the Liverpool Art Prize 2011
Brendan Lyons is the People’s Choice

At a packed special Awards Ceremony at METAL on Wednesday 1 June 2011, Markus Soukup was presented with the prize of £2000 as winner of the Liverpool Art Prize 2011.
Also, after counting the votes cast by visitors to the gallery it was announced that Brendan Lyons was the winner of the £1000 ‘People’s Choice’ prize.
Markus will also have the opportunity to show at the Walker Art Gallery within the next year.
The Exhibition continues at Metal Edge Hill Station until Saturday 11 June 2011

Image: Markus Soukup. Photo c. McCoy Wynne

 

2011 Liverpool Art Prize Exhibition

Liverpool Art Prize 2011 at Metal, Edge Hill Station. 6 May – 11 June.
The Shortlisted Artists
•    Brendan Lyons (www.brendanlyons.co.uk)
•    Bernadette O’Toole (www.bernadetteo.tumblr.com)
•    Richard Proffitt (www.richardproffitt.co.uk)
•    Markus Soukup (www.thebluecoat.org.uk/gallery/markus-soukup)

Brendan Lyons

Everything exhibited by Brendan is made out of paint alone. If you were to cut a cross-section between any two points of any one painting, it would reveal only paint. The paintings are then fixed to the wall using further paint as an adhesive.  This leaves just one element (paint) attached to the wall.
Through experimentation with the techniques of painting, and the material of artists’ paint itself, Brendan Lyons plays with our traditional acceptance of what makes an artwork.  Art historically painting has always been the most dominant medium for artists, Brendan plays with this obsession by referencing this tradition and its formal elements (such as windows, patterns, grids, rectangles, layers) to investigate how we encounter and perceive the contemporary world.

The paintings replicate what we would normally see in the urban environment, and are often placed directly into this environment.  It is important that they sit convincingly within the contemporary built environment as well as within the gallery; highlighting the duality and the formal boundaries of these spaces. What may appear to be bricks, polythene sheets, staples, various types of tape, floor tiles, builder’s orange safety netting, tarpaulin, sheets of corrugated metal or cardboard, and other urban detritus – are in fact just unsupported paint alone.

Here Brendan has created a site specific installation of his paintings responding to the architectural elements of the space, such as the walkways, windows and safety glass.  The paintings appear to be the remnants of construction or temporary repairs.  Look more closely and you will see that every element of the interventions within the space is made from paint alone.

Bernadette O’Toole

Underpinning and driving Bernadette’s work is a rigorous investigation of spatial relationships within the context of the empty page or blank canvas.  Taking line as her starting point Bernadette constructs highly individual paintings, drawings and installations reflecting her ongoing fascination with the spaces we construct both real and imagined and our relationship to these spaces.  The work seeks to present multiple view points, to suggest infinite possibilities, while drawing attention to the fragility of our constructs: the impermanence of things.

The constructed spaces in the painting are intended to operate on a sensory level, conscious of the observer and the way in which seeing is interchangeable with revelation, or in what Stephan Mallarme described as a “sensory mode of apprehension”. The more recent circular paintings suggest unpopulated landscapes where planes collide and distort giving rise to complex and unstable readings.

In this new series of work created for the Liverpool Art Prize Exhibition the relationship between each of the paintings and the notion of reflection and mirroring become critical to the reading of the work. O’Toole describes these recent paintings as “being inspired by an experience of being in wide open spaces, conscious of the curvature of the earth, of the horizon line, the vanishing point, of being and not being, of slipping off the edge of the world; and the phrases that come to mind: reflected in these moments.”

“Where emptiness matters as much as fullness and reflections have the weight of things”

Stephan Mallarme

“The empty mirror holds an ephemeral form-the root of meaning, held by nothing more than this moment of affect that makes us speechless, that cannot be lost in the network of semantic relationship, the interruption of our inner monologue” – Roland Barthes

Richard Proffitt

Richard Proffitt’s work is inspired by and references spaghetti westerns, ghost towns, American sub-culture, anthropology, ancient civilizations, travellers, den making, folklore and urban myth.  These inspirations become intertwined and their meaning mangled, producing work that is absurd, funny, dark and mysterious. The work will often become realised as make-shift ceremonial relics or ritualistic hang-outs.

For the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition Richard has transformed Edge Hill’s Accumulator Tower into an abandoned shrine that pays homage to phantom obsessions with 50s rock ‘n’ roll, motorcycles and teenage tragedy songs.  In part it is inspired by the Santeria religion found in Cuba which focuses on building relationships between humans and Orisha, powerful mortal spirits, through rituals and animal sacrifices.  Their shrines are often found in abandoned back streets in Cuba and are a strange jumble of found objects, religious iconography, junk and other ephemera.

Richard’s installations could be seen as a collection of fragments from a forgotten culture in a post apocalyptic age, a museum exhibit from the future, formed from the traces of disregarded items and forgotten crazes from our dominant Western culture.  The objects within the installation become removed from their history, origin and belief system and merge together to form a new folklore or a new imaginary anthropology.

“Hopefully my work encourages the viewer to let their imaginations flow for a while.”

Markus Soukup

Markus is interested in how an object, image or moving image can communicate its intended content or expression by still enabling freedom of interpretation on realistic and abstract levels.  His work is situated mainly in the context of installation and the moving image, incorporating video, 2D and 3D animation.  Fascinated by the screen as a window opening up to a virtual space, he searches for a way of incorporating new technologies to install or position ‘situations’ or ‘mental objects’ in both real and virtual spaces.  Other areas of his work are digital photography, typography, graphic and interactive design, field recordings, sound design and electronic
music.

For the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition Markus has produced new work that deals with the construction and deconstruction of film, language and motion.  Through this work he is exploring how one element or its position can influence the whole, and vice versa.  His animation ‘The Masque’ uses words rather than pictures to make us imagine the action suggested on screen.  It makes us see the abstract nature of words, their form and shape and how they relate to one another.  Markus wants us to engage in the art of looking, seeing the screen as something which can reflect our experience of reality.  ‘Relicts’, a series of minimal typographical prints, raises questions about being positioned within the context of technology, society and nature, and the transitional relationships between these things.  In ‘Chair Chair Sit In between’ Markus himself performs, referencing slap-stick and early movie pioneers, yet playing with the language of film and its boundaries, deconstructing the elements to a basic action and reaction in sound and vision.

All photos c. McCoy Wynne

AWARDS Ceremony – Wed. 1 June.

WEDNESDAY 1 June 2011, 18-20.00 at METAL at Edge Hill Station. The Liverpool Art Prize Awards.
All Welcome.

The overall winner and people’s choice winner will be announced at 18.30.
Visit before 1st June to vote for The People’s choice award winner
Special guest: Mike Stubbs, CEO at FACT will give a speech.

The winner will be selected by the following judging panel:
Laura Davis (Arts Editor, Liverpool Daily Post)
Moira Lindsay (Curator, Victoria Gallery and Museum, University of Liverpool)
David Jacques (Artist, Winner of the Liverpool Art Prize 2010)
Paul Domela (Curator, Liverpool Biennial)
Paul Hyland (Exhibition Sponsor, Duncan Sheard Glass)

The People’s choice award winner will also be announced. This is decided by votes from visitors to the exhibition.

Shortlisted Artists:
Brendan Lyons
Bernadette O’Toole
Richard Proffitt
Markus Soukup

The exhibition runs until 11 June.
Metal at Edge Hill Station
Tunnel Road
Liverpool
L7 6ND

Open Tue – Fri 2 – 6pm Sat 12 – 4pm. Free.

For more information see www.liverpoolartprize.com or  contact edgehill@metalculture.com or 0151 7072277.

Sponsors: Artinliverpool.com, METAL, ABW Architects, Duncan Sheard Glass, Arthur Diamond Design, The Gallery Liverpool,  National Museums Liverpool, Ultimate Holding Company, Bill Elms Associates, McCoy Wynne Photography, Barefoot Wines.

Culturepool Event: Sat 28 May

Following on from Culturepool’s hugely successful previous events, they’ll be going along to view the exhibition and chat to all the shortlisted artists. There’ll also be refreshing refreshments to keep everyone going on what we hope will be a lovely summers day!

The event will take place at METAL at Edge Hill Station on Saturday 28th May, 2011 @ 12pm. This is a FREE event but please book a place by emailing booking@culturepool.org.uk so that we can organise the refreshments. Please send your name, number of tickets and a contact number to confirm booking.

All ground floor spaces at METAL are wheelchair accessible, there is some work on upper levels which will be available on an alternative display if required. Call Metal on 0151 707 2277 for further details.

When?

Sat, May 28, 2011 @ 12.00pm

Where?

Metal, Edge Hill Train Station, The Building on Platform 1, Tunnel Road, Liverpool, L7 6ND (map)

Who?

Brendan Lyons, Bernadette O’Toole, Richard Proffitt & Markus Soukup

How?

FREE but places are limited. Email us direct.

www.culturepool.org.uk

VIEWING Liverpool Art Prize 5 May 2011

VIEWING Liverpool Art Prize THURSDAY 5 May 2011. 18-21.00. ALL WELCOME.

Metal and Artinliverpool invite you to the opening of The Liverpool Art Prize 2011

The Liverpool Art Prize is an annual exhibition and award for fine artists based or born in the Liverpool City Region. This year Metal with Artinliverpool.com, along with our sponsors and supporters, are proud to present this, the 4th Liverpool Art Prize.

The preview is on Thursday 5 May 6.00-9.00pm. All welcome.

Shortlisted Artists:
Brendan Lyons
Bernadette O’Toole
Richard Proffitt
Markus Soukup

The exhibition runs from 6 May – 11 June.
Awards Ceremony is on Wednesday 1 June, 6-8pm
(Visit the exhibition and vote for the People’s Choice before that date)

Metal at Edge Hill Station
Tunnel Road
Liverpool
L7 6ND

Open Tue – Fri 2 – 6pm Sat 12 – 4pm. Free.

Visit the dedicated website: www.liverpoolartprize.com

Directions to Edge Hill

Trains run regularly from Lime Street Station (approx. 4 every hour), Edge Hill Station is one stop from Lime Street.  Buses run to Tunnel Road and Wavertree Road from Queens Square bus station.  Bus numbers to Tunnel Road are 26 and 27, to Wavertree Road 14, 61, 78, 79, 79c and 79d.

Up to date travel information can be found at www.merseytravel.gov.uk.

There is limited free parking available on the cobbled approach leading to the station.

Link to a google map.

Download a pdf.
For more information please contact edgehill@metalculture.com or 0151 7072277.

We hope to see you there!

Exhibition Sponsors & Supporters: ABW Architects, Arthur Diamond Design, Ultimate Holding Company, Duncan Sheard Glass, The Gallery Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, Bill Elms Associates Ltd, Barefoot Wine, McCoy Wynne

 

 

David Jacques at The Walker


It was a proud moment for artinliverpool.com as myself and Laura MacCulloch the contemporary art curator at NML opened David JacquesThe Irlam House Bequest‘ at the Walker Art Gallery.

The opportunity for the show was part of the prize for winning the 2010 Liverpool Art Prize. We are delighted to be working together with National Museums Liverpool and grateful for the opportunity offered to Liverpool artists to show some of their work in this great National gallery.

You can see more details of this excellent show on the Walker’s website and the artinliverpool blog.

It has been a busy time for David since winning the 2010 prize. He was shortlisted for the prestigious Northern Art Prize and has been commissioned to create works as part of Liverpool: City of Radicals 2011 (which also includes the work at the Walker) with a large banner on Dale Street and ‘Democratic Promenade’ at the Bluecoat later this year.

2011 Liverpool Art Prize – Shortlist Announced

Liverpool Art Prize 2011 Shortlist Announced
Now in its fourth year, the prestigious prize founded by top British art blog Artinliverpool.com reveals 2011’s shortlist for the Liverpool Art Prize.
The Shortlisted Artists
•    Brendan Lyons (www.brendanlyons.co.uk)
•    Bernadette O’Toole (www.bernadetteo.tumblr.com)
•    Richard Proffitt (www.richardproffitt.co.uk)
•    Markus Soukup (www.thebluecoat.org.uk/gallery/markus-soukup)

Chosen from an open nomination process of over 60 artists based in Liverpool City Region, the shortlist represents the best and most cutting-edge contemporary art being produced in the region right now.  Each artist has exhibited in the previous year and are connected to Liverpool’s leading studio groups.  They represent a wide range of diverse visual art practices including painting, installation and film.

The panel of expert judges are:
•    Laura Davis (Arts Editor, Liverpool Daily Post)
•    Moira Lindsay (Curator, Victoria Gallery and Museum, University of Liverpool)
•    David Jacques (Artist, winner of 2010 Liverpool Art Prize)
•    Paul Domela (Curator, Liverpool Biennial)
•    Paul Hyland (Exhibition sponsor, Duncan Sheard Glass)

On Wednesday 1st June they will judge the overall winner who will be awarded £2000 based on the work that will be exhibited at Metal, Edge Hill station from Friday 6 May to Saturday 11 June.  The exhibition will be curated by Metal Project Manager, Jenny Porter.
The winning artists will also be given the opportunity to show their work at the Walker Art Gallery.  Last year’s prize winner David Jacques will be exhibiting ‘The Irlam House Bequest’ from 2 February to 3 April 2011.
There is also a £1000 People’s Choice Award chosen by the public voting at the gallery.  Last year’s winner was painter James Quin.

Ian Jackson, Director of Artinliverpool.com said:
“We are delighted to be presenting the Liverpool Art Prize again in partnership with METAL and with another excellent short list of four local artists. We are especially pleased that despite the current difficult economic climate we are continuing to promote and support artists with the help of our sponsors and supporters. We are looking forward to this, the fourth, annual exhibition which we hope will inspire artists and public alike.”
Notes:-

About the Shortlisted artists
Brendan Lyons

Through experimentation with the techniques of painting, and the material of artists’ paint itself, Brendan Lyons uses the traditions and references of Western painting as a base from which to investigate various issues of interest.

Brendan Lyons’ paintings are made of artists’ paint alone. The entire surface, structure, and support consist of paint. A cross-section cut between any two points of any one painting, would reveal only paint. The paintings are then fixed to the wall using further artists’ paint as an adhesive. This leaves just one element (paint) attached to the wall.
The paintings are often placed directly into the urban environment, and they sit convincingly within a dual context of the contemporary built environment and the formal boundaries of Painting. What may appear to be bricks, polythene sheets, various types of tape, builder’s orange safety netting, sheets of corrugated metal or cardboard, and other discarded packaging – are in fact just unsupported paint alone.
Brendan Lyons currently lives and works in Liverpool, England.
Recent exhibitions include: ‘Pile’ at Chapter, Cardiff, 2011, and Surface Gallery, Nottingham, 2010, ‘Brendan Lyons’ The Bluecoat, Liverpool, Sept – Nov 2010 and ‘FringeMK Painting Prize’ Milton Keynes, July 6 – August 6, 2010

Bernadette O’Toole
Bernadette O’Toole lives and works in the UK, she is currently based at the Bluecoat Studios Liverpool and is represented by BITR Gallery Gainsborough.
O’Toole’s paintings, drawings and recent installations reflect her ongoing fascination with the architectural spaces we construct, both real and imagined, and our relationship to these spaces.

O’Toole’s work is characterized by highly individual combinations of figurative and abstract elements. The constructed spaces in her paintings seem to operate on a sensory level, conscious of the observer and the way in which seeing is interchangeable with revelation. O’Toole’s considered handling of the paint is used as an illusionistic device, as a sensory mode of apprehension. This is a restless world of edges and planes, charged with an emotional energy which if fugitive and illusive, can be captured and held on the surface of the painting. Her more recent circular paintings suggesting unpopulated landscapes where planes collide and distort giving rise to complex and unstable readings.

Recent Exhibitions include: London Art Fair 2011, Marmite Painting Prize 2011, Turning up the Quiet, The Globe Gallery, Newcastle 2010, and Turning up the Quiet, Liverpool Biennial 2010

Richard Proffitt
Richard Proffitt (b. 1985) is an artist living and working in Liverpool, UK. His work is inspired by and references the anthropology of ancient civilizations, teenage idols, ghost towns, curio ephemera, post-apocalyptic sci-fi films, spaghetti westerns, underground and slacker sub-culture, classroom humour and childhood memory.

These inspirations become intertwined and their meaning mangled, producing work that is absurd, funny, dark and mysterious. The work will often become realised as make-shift ceremonial relics or ritualistic hang-outs.

Recent exhibitions include: Shooting The Breeze, The Cooperative, Liverpool, 2010, Krimskrams, Cartel Gallery, London, 2010, Dream Machine, Metal at Edge Hill, Liverpool, 2010 and Global Studio, The Bluecoat, Liverpool, 2010.

Markus Soukup
Markus Soukup is a New Media and Sound artist living and working in Liverpool since 2003. He has been based at the Bluecoat since 2008.
He is interested in how an object, image or moving image can communicate its intended content or expression by still enabling freedom of interpretation on realistic and abstract levels.
His work is situated mainly in the context of installation and the moving image incorporating video, 2D and 3D animation. Fascinated by the screen as a window opening up to the virtual space, he searches for a way of incorporating new technologies to install or position ‘situations’ or ‘mental objects’ in both – real and virtual – spaces. Other areas of his work are digital photography, typography, graphic and interactive design, field recordings, sound design and electronic music.
Previous exhibitions include: Lost Soul and Stranger Service Station (at the Bluecoat) during the Liverpool Biennial 2010, the New Media Art Festival in Seoul (Korea) in 2010, the 11th International Media Art Biennial – WRO 05 in Wroclaw (Poland) 2005 and numerous other local, national and international exhibitions and festivals.

About the Liverpool Art Prize
Artinliverpool.com founded the Liverpool Art Prize in early 2008. It was one of the first major art events in the Capital of Culture year.  It is now a firmly established part of Liverpool’s annual visual art diary, hosted in partnership with Metal at Edge Hill.
The exhibition and prizes acknowledge the outstanding achievements of the artists and their contribution to contemporary art within Liverpool, as well as further afield. It aims to promote national awareness and discussion of contemporary art in the city and to support individual artists in developing their practices.
It is an annual exhibition and award for artists from or based in the Liverpool City Region.

The 2010 prize was won by David Jacques with the People’s Choice going to James Quin.
The 2009 prize was won by AL and AL with the People’s Choice going to Elizabeth Willow.
The 2008 prize was won by Imogen Stidworthy with the People’s Choice going to the Singh Twins.

About Metal at Edge Hill Station
Metal was founded by Jude Kelly OBE in 2002 and provides innovative, multi-disciplinary residency space for artists from the UK and overseas in Liverpool and Southend on Sea.

Edge Hill Station is the world’s oldest standing passenger railway station, still in use, and it possesses a proud history of innovation, aspiration and technology.  Metal recently completed a major renovation of the Engine House, Boiler Room and Accumulator Tower at Edge Hill Station, after successfully raising capital funding from Kensington Regeneration, Merseytravel, Northern Rail, Railway Heritage Trust and Network Rail.
The new cultural and creative hub launched in October 2009 with the exhibition ‘XXX: Get Off at Edge Hill’ curated by the 2009 Liverpool Art Prize winners AL and AL.

Sponsors
The Prize has continually attracted sponsors from the local business community. This year’s sponsors include:
ABW Architects, Duncan Sheard Glass, The Gallery Liverpool, Arthur Diamond Design, McCoy Wynne Photography, Barefoot Wines.
We are always interested to find more local businesses to help support and grow the prize.  Please contact for further details.

Links
www.liverpoolartprize.com has full details about the artists and exhibition.
See also http://www.metalculture.com
and http://liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/
Please contact Jenny Porter at Metal or Ian and Minako at artinliverpool.com for further details.

2011 Liverpool Art Prize – Nominations Are Now Closed

Nominations Closed at the end of 28 November 2010. The shortlist should be announced before the end of the year. The exhibition and awards take place in May/June 2011 at METAL at Edge Hill Station.
Below is the full list of the (69) nominations received.

Afflick John www.johnafflick.co.uk
Atkinson Craig http://www.caferoyalbooks.com
Bailey Smith Alison http://www.abscraft.com/
Ball Stephen http://www.wix.com/stephenballdtt/stephen-ball
Beattie Brian www.artinliverpool.com/brianbeattie
Bennett Christopher n/a
Bishop Tony www.tonybishopabstract.com
Boardman John www.darklys.com
Boyd Chris www.qboyd.com
Brookman Karen www.aphroditeart.co.uk
Bullock Dave n/a
Butler Deborah http://www.deborahbutler.co.uk
Cake & Neave http://littleartist.co.uk/
Carr Peter http://www.petecarr.net
Casey Kevin www.kcphotovideo.co.uk
Cousins Paul http://www.saa.co.uk/art/cousins/artistview.aspx
Dodd Julie http://www.juliedodd.co.uk/
Dolders Anton www.artgalleryanton.co.uk
Eaton Peter n/a
Ehlen Len www.lenehlenartstudio.co.uk
Evans Tony www.tonyevanssculptures.com
Fagan C. James http://thearseoblogproject.blogspot.com/
Fitzmaurice Leo http://www.artgene.co.uk/artist.php?i=43
Gilbert Karen www.karen-gilbert.com
Gilmour Emma www.beat-city-images.co.uk
Glover Beverly n/a
Grant Zaki www.zakigrant.co.uk
Hallangen Eirin & David www.hallangen.co.uk
Hanlon Brian
Hughes Bob www.bobhughesartist.com
Hunt Kevin http://www.kevin-hunt.co.uk/
Ismail Hassan www.ismailhassan.com
Jones Barbara http://www.myspace.com/barbart2002
Kavanagh Eimear http://www.eimears.co.uk/
Kemp Gareth www.garethkemp.com
Kerr Jacqueline http://www.artinliverpool.com/jacquelinefkerr
Knox Tony www.tonyknox.org.uk
Lloyd Matthew http://redwireredwire.com/page28.htm
Lund George www.lundart.co.uk
Lyons Brendan www.brendanlyons.co.uk
Mack Simon http://www.artreview.com/profile/simonmack
Massey Susan www.susanmassey.co.uk
McCubbing Nicki www.nickimccubbing.com
McEvilly Danielle www.mymonsterbox.com
Meaghan Richard www.richardmeaghan.com
Meech Sam www.smeech.co.uk
Meyerhoff Sharples Susan http://www.susanmeyerhoffsharples.com/
O’Rourke Simon http://treecarving.co.uk
O’Toole Bernadette www.bernadetteo.tumblr.com
Parr Geoff n/a
Pendlebury Nathan www.erpenstudios.co.uk
Proffitt Richard http://www.richardproffitt.co.uk
Ramsay Carol http://www.carolramsay.co.uk/
Reid Colin www.creidence.com
Roberts Arthur http://www.looopart.com/index.htm
Serjent Colin www.abstractway.co.uk
Shepherd Carolyn http://www.carolynshepherd.co.uk
Sinclair Jazamin http://web.me.com/jazamin/jazamin/welcome.html
Soukup Markus http://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/gallery/markus-soukup
Stevens Jackie http://homepage.mac.com/jackie_stevens
Sykes Nick www.nicksykesart.com
Thompson Jason http://www.iamjasonthompson.com/index.htm
Turnross Chiz www.chizturnross.co.uk
Vaughan Adam www.documentsbyartists.com
Weetman Claire www.claireweetman.co.uk
Willcox Mark www.markwillcox.co.uk
Williams Wendy www.wendywilliams.me.uk
Wilson John www.jawzofdesign.com
Woolston Robyn www.robynwoolston.com

Afflick John, Atkinson Craig, Bailey Smith Alison, Ball Stephen, Beattie Brian, Bennett Christopher, Bishop Tony, Boardman John, Boyd Chris, Brookman Karen, Bullock Dave, Butler Deborah, Cake & Neave, Carr Peter, Casey Kevin, Cousins Paul, Dodd Julie, Dolders Anton, Eaton Peter, Ehlen Len, Evans Tony, Fagan C.James, Fitzmaurice Leo, Gilbert Karen, Gilmour Emma, Glover Beverly, Grant Zaki, Hallangen Eirin & David, Hanlon Brian D, Hughes Bob, Hunt Kevin, Ismail Hassan, Jones Barbara, Kavanagh Eimear, Kemp Gareth, Kerr Jacqueline, Knox Tony, Lloyd Matthew,  Lund George, Lyons Brendan, Mack Simon, Massey Susan, McCubbing Nicki, McEvilly Danielle, Meaghan Richard, Meech Sam, Meyerhoff Sharples Susan, O’Rourke Simon, O’Toole Bernadette, Parr Geoff, Pendlebury Nathan, Proffitt Richard, Ramsay Carol, Reid Colin, Roberts Arthur, Serjent Colin, Shepherd Carolyn, Sinclair Jazamin, Soukup Markus, Stevens Jackie, Sykes Nick, Thompson Jason, Turnross Chiz, Vaughan Adam, Weetman Claire, Willcox Mark, Williams Wendy, Wilson John, Woolston Robyn

Photo above: James Quin c. McCoy Wynne