With just a week remaining until the Game Changer Awards winners are announced, we are delighted to reveal the design of the winners’ medals.
The Game Changer Awards winners medals were designed feature a bespoke design by Katelynne Kirk, a recent graduate from the Edinburgh College of Art (now part of the University of Edinburgh).
The design reflects the Game Changer Awards logo, also designed by Katelynne, and looks to incorporate the iconography from the award categories including most fundamentally a representation of the staff and students behind the Game Changer projects and an image of a trophy to represent success.
Katelynne recently achieved a first class BA Honours degree in Graphic Design. Examples from her portfolio of work can be found on her website: www.katelynnekirk.co.uk.
Awards Dinner and Ceremony
Game Changer Awards winners will be announced at a Dinner and Ceremony to be held on Thursday, 3 April at the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow and attended by a number of VIP guests including the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Michael Russell MSP and the Chief Executive of Glasgow 2014, David Grevemberg.
We are also delighted by joined by Clyde, the Official Glasgow 2014 Mascot who will mingle with guests at the beginning of the evening.
Every college and higher education institution shortlisted for a Game Changer Award will be represented on the night along with many of the expert shortlisting and awarding judges who read through over 110 entries from staff and students across Scotland.
For the full list of finalists please visit: www.gamechangerawards.org/finalists
Watch out for a three-page Game Changer Awards special feature due to appear in next week’s issue of Holyrood Magazine. Holyrood Magazine are kindly sponsoring the drinks reception on Thursday, 3 April.