Joanna Cohn is a graduating Fine Art student at Central Saint Martin’s, and will be has been awarded the Leverhulme scholarship to study for a Masters in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art, London, this September. She recently won the Landmark Student Art Prize, and the Nasdaq Student Art Prize and her largescale work Pangaea now hangs in their global headquarters in New York. She also recently won the Rosemary Simmons Stone Lithography Prize and has been shortlisted for The Discerning Eye Drawing Bursary, Boodle Hatfield Printmaking Prize, Glyndebourne Art Competition and Earth Photo Competition at The Royal Geographical Society, London. She has shown work in the Mall Galleries as part of The Discerning Eye Exhibition, The Royal Society of British Artists, The Pastel Society and Figurative Art Now, New English Arts Club and as part of the The Bath Society Annual Exhibition, Royal Cambrian Society open Exhibition, Woolwich Contemporary Print Society. She is a World Reimagined artist, and her globe was recently displayed in Trafalgar Square.