Term 1 Art Competition

It is with great pleasure that I announce the winners of the Term 1 Art competition. Congratulations to Lance Gan (Year 11), Delilah Vlasak Galante (Year 10) and Joy Su (Year 8) for their submissions! Their entries were truly exceptional and showcased an impressive level of creativity, skill, and dedication to their craft. Their work stood out among a large pool of submissions, and it is a testament to their talent and hard work.

Lance received the Senior School Award for his animated video, titled Inescapable Courage, which he created in Blender 3D.

Delilah received the Middle School Award for her digital collage/illustration which is reminiscent of sci-fi posters from the 1900’s; such as Metropolis. 

Lastly, Joy Su was awarded the Junior School prize for her outstanding artwork inspired by technology in our modern society. 

I also want to take this opportunity to congratulate all students who participated in the competition. The range and diversity of the work submitted was definitely impressive, and it was inspiring to see our students express themselves through the medium of art.

The theme for this term's competition is Surrealism. Characterized by the use of dream-like and illogical imagery, the art movement aimed to challenge conventional understanding of reality and representation within art. Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte and Joan Miro are just some of the many prominent Surrealist Artists who students could be inspired by when creating their artwork and submissions.

Once again, congratulations to our Term 1 winners, Lance Gan, Delilah Vlasak Galante, and Joy Su, and to all other participants. Keep an eye out on Compass and the Art Instagram account for more information about the Term 2 competition.

Peter Eglezos
Visual Arts Learning Area Manager

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