The Drawing Year Alumni, 2005. Clara Drummond studied Modern Languages at Cambridge before completing The Drawing Year at The Prince's Drawing School (now the Royal Drawing School) in 2005. She was awarded the Bulldog Award by the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the Young Artist of the Year Prize by the Society of Women Artists and won the BP Portrait Award at the National Gallery in 2016. Group shows include the Jerwood Drawing Prize and The Garrick/Milne Prize. She has had solo shows in Galeribox, Iceland, The Lookout, Aldeburgh, Edel Assanti, Flowers Gallery and most recently with the Museums of Cambridge exhibition 'Discoveries' at Two Temple Place, London. She teaches with the Royal Drawing School at Drawing School West and Drawing School Central and with the Saatchi Gallery and is currently the recipient of the George Crabbe Drawing Residency at Great Glemham, Suffolk.