Winner of the 2014 Terrace Wires in the Community project announced

Following the launch of David Batchelor’s Chromolocomotion in April the winner of the Terrace Wires in the Community art project has been announced after being selected by David and HS1 Ltd. CEO Nicola Shaw.

The winning entry came from the pupils of the MARS class at Drayton Park Primary School in Highbury, London. Their submission was inspired by David Batchelor’s previous artworks and the grand international station.

The judges selected a shortlist of 10 additional finalists from the 60 entries from five primary schools in London and Kent.

This year’s runners up entries came from:

  • Ammar & Temitayo from Northwold Primary School
  • Tola from Northwold Primary School
  • Farida, Shania & Jaidah from Northwold Primary School
  • Hafizah & Satya from Northwold Primary School
  • Ryan from Temple Ewell Primary School
  • Sophie & Daisy from Temple Ewell Primary School
  • Aleesha from Temple Ewell Primary School
  • Nicole from St Luke’s Primary School (Islington)
  • Amy & Tess from Jubilee Primary School
  • Sumairaa & Nacime from Jubilee Primary School

The winning class will take part in an art class held by Terrace Wires artist David Batchelor later this month. The winning entry and the 10 runner up entries will also be showcased in the station for one week in early June. Keep your eye on the Terrace Wires news page for further information as dates are confirmed.

HS1 Ltd will provide a new brief to local schools in 2015 to mark the launch of the third Terrace Wires installation which will be announced soon.

Art at St Pancras International

St Pancras International is proud to be the home of some specially commissioned pieces of Art.

St Pancras Art and Artefacts

The Kiss statue at St Pancras International The Betjeman statue at St Pancras International