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2005 recipients

Category Recipient
Architecture Celia Carroll
Architecture David Pigram
Ballet Nicholas Cunningham         
Ballet Elise Farrar
Instrumental Music           Jacam Mavricks
Instrumental Music Sophie Rowell
Painting Edward Wright
Painting Shonah Trescott
Sculpture Sara Morawetz
Sculpture Lara O'Reilly
Singing Andrew Goodwin
Singing David Hansen

David Pigram 

2005 Architect Recipient 

Architect David Pigram is most famous for travelling to New York and co-founding ‘supermanoeuvre’ – an internationally recognized architecture and design practice, known for its innovative, inspiring and sustainable projects. Currently, he is based in Sydney directing research into robotic fabrication and is a senior lecturer at the UTS in Sydney.

www.davepigram.com

Andrew Goodwin

2005 Singing Recipient 

After receiving the Marten Bequest Scholarship in 2005, I travelled to Russia and became a regular soloist with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, touring with them in Asia and Europe. I relocated to Sydney to involve myself in many Operas and recitals as a solo singer before returning to Russia in early 2011 to star in the Bolshoi Opera’s performance of Die Fledermaus.