An accomplished clarinetist, Ewan received a Dewar Award to help him complete his masters studies at the Royal College of Music.
Ayrshire-born painter Blair McLaughlin is a committed artist with a promising future. His Award enabled him to access an online artist mentor programme, providing opportunities to nurture his burgeoning career.
Originally from Poland, Klaudia studied flute at the National Music School before moving to Scotland and discovering a passion for opera at the RCS.
Growing up in the southside of Glasgow, Jamie began playing the bassoon at primary school and quickly demonstrated a real aptitude for the instrument.
Lily is a passionate flute player and teacher. She has been described as a powerful, dignified and sensitive performer who is destined for a truly wonderful career,
Louis is designer with great promise, whose passion is for new and adapted fibres and technology within fashion.
An innovative contemporary artist, Robbie's Award enabled him to bring his ambitious proposal to life for the RSA New Contemporaries Exhibition.
A dedicated painter, Matthew aims to master his artform whilst also promoting public understanding of and engagement with visual art.
Rachel is a textiles designer whose work pushes the boundaries, incorporating new technologies and exploring the relationship between materiality and identity.
A young Scottish stage director, Thomas has a flair for communicating and is able to elicit natural and fluent performances from his cast.
After just three and a half years of training at the Dance School of Scotland, Scot became the only member of his year group to successfully audition for the Central School of Ballet.
A talented artist and educator, Anna developed her passion for theatrical art through a specialist masters course in theatre design.
Hailing from Stirling, Rhys is an exceptional young fashion designer whose talent and dedication have earned him placements with major names such as Mackintosh, H&M and Rochambeau.
From an early age, Daniel had dreamt of being a professional musician. In 2015, the Dewar Arts Awards enabled him to undertake a masters degree at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, New York.
Luke is a highly creative and imaginative 3D animator. His Dewar Award allowed him to study at postgraduate level - something that would otherwise have been inaccessible to him.
Born into a family of millworkers and weavers from Glasgow's East End, Christopher brings a rich heritage of Scottish crafts to his innovative and award-winning practice.
Lewis did not begin his dance studies until the age of 15, but proved himself to be a quick and dedicated learner, and an exceptional talent.
Through experimentation with materials and textiles, Colleen explores the beauty of light and communicates the effects that light can have on the body.
On graduation from the University of Edinburgh, Paul was awarded the Eileen Cameron Music Prize for his contribution to the musical life of the Music Department, the University and the wider Edinburgh community.
Born in Edinburgh, trumpeter and vocalist Christopher Roberts showed prodigious talent from a very young age.
Born and raised in the Highlands, Tam is a double bass player of innovation and originality, who has collaborated with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Scottish Opera.
Kieran is a clarinettist of distinction, with a passion for performing and teaching music.
On applying for a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow, poet David Linklater did not hold a degree. His self-published collections and outstanding portfolio of work earned him an unconditional offer.
From busking on Sauchiehall Street to beating thousands of auditionees to a place at RADA, Ryan Hunter is an intelligent and committed actor with a bright future ahead of him.