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 Los Angeles, June 13 2017 – The eclectic and charming actress <strong>Zoey Deutch</strong> is the winner of the 12th edition of the <strong>Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award®</strong>. The young talent, who has distinguished herself in several successful pictures, received the award during the Crystal + Lucy Awards® gala ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.</p>
 

Los Angeles, June 13 2017 – The eclectic and charming actress Zoey Deutch is the winner of the 12th edition of the Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award®. The young talent, who has distinguished herself in several successful pictures, received the award during the Crystal + Lucy Awards® gala ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

 
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 The Soroptimist International Club of Reggio Emilia, on behalf of the Giulia Maramotti Foundation, has published the competition notice of the <strong>Giulia Maramotti Study Prize</strong> for the school year <strong>2018-19</strong>.<br />
 <strong>Six scolarships</strong> will be assigned to worthy students attending the "G. Chierici" Art School and the "L. Nobili" Institute in Reggio Emilia. This edition’s topic is <strong>Fashion and Nature: a perfect symbiosis</strong>.</p>
 

The Soroptimist International Club of Reggio Emilia, on behalf of the Giulia Maramotti Foundation, has published the competition notice of the Giulia Maramotti Study Prize for the school year 2018-19.
Six scolarships will be assigned to worthy students attending the "G. Chierici" Art School and the "L. Nobili" Institute in Reggio Emilia. This edition’s topic is Fashion and Nature: a perfect symbiosis.

 
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 London, April 16 2018 – The artist <strong>Helen Cammock</strong> has been announced as the winner of the seventh edition of the <strong>Max Mara Art Prize for Women</strong>, at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery. Cammock will now spend six months in Italy during 2018 on a residency tailored to her interests, creating a new body of work that will be shown in a major solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2019, before moving to the Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.</p>
 

London, April 16 2018 – The artist Helen Cammock has been announced as the winner of the seventh edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery. Cammock will now spend six months in Italy during 2018 on a residency tailored to her interests, creating a new body of work that will be shown in a major solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2019, before moving to the Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

 
 
 
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