A recipient of the RSA Medal for Architecture, David's Dewar Award enabled him to hone his craft in the specialist area of production design for film.
Hailing from the Highlands, Findlay is a gifted cellist, keen composer and ambassador for "the power of music to influence and inspire".
Brought up on a farm in the Scottish Borders, Carol is an exemplary film producer with ambitions to work globally.
An inspirational and dedicated individual from Romania, Petre was one of the first ever students to study the ground-breaking degree in performance for deaf actors at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Izzy is an exceptional performer from Stirlingshire, whose Award enabled her to study on a one-of-a-kind physical theatre course in France.
Ethan is a timpanist and percussionist with ambitions to perform on a worldwide stage.
A screen printer, hand embroiderer and prize-winning graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art, Emily is passionate about natural processes in creating sustainable, contemporary clothing.
Born in Edinburgh, JD grew up in the Scottish Borders. In 2015 he was one of only 22 students worldwide to be accepted onto an MFA in Dramatic Writing at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Hailing from Aberdeen, Andrew is an exceptional violinist who inspires others with his 'fire' and passion for music.
Harvey excelled at the Dance School of Scotland, before gaining a prestigious place to study at The English National Ballet School.
Robyn received financial support from the Awards at a critical time, enabling her to continue her dance studies and pursue her ambitions.
An award-winning printmaker, Matt was selected for the 2014 RSA New Contemporaries Exhibition whilst studying Fine Art at the University of Dundee.
After moving from London to study at the Glasgow School of Art, Katie was awarded the MFA Graduate Fellowship at Glasgow Sculpture Studios.
Magnus's love of composition began when he discovered he was able to communicate through music with his grandpa, who had severe dementia.
Hailing from a small community in Kilmarnock, David's Dewar Arts Award allowed him to undertake an MA in Classical and Contemporary Text (directing) at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Ben graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as a recipient of the Perth Festival of the Arts Award, and went on to study an MA in Directing Fiction at the National Film & Television School in Beaconsfield.
An actress with a rare combination of maturity, focus and natural talent, Mirren's ambition is to perform within both theatre and film.
Originally from Sheffield, Joanne made Scotland her home after moving to study at the Glasgow School of Art.