Margot Kerry Harvey
& Travis Cooper
Each school is guaranteed 3 spaces at the GALLERY SHOW. All students, M3 to Grade 12/IB/S4, can participate WITHIN their school. The art teacher will choose the BEST 3 students to represent their school. If a school has a middle and a high school under one roof , the school will have a 4th reserved place available. However, this 4th space is reserved ONLY FOR AN M3 STUDENT. These students will then submit their application, consent and future theme forms, co-signed by the art teacher and their parents/ guardians, by November 30th. Private and public schools combined have a total of 50 reserved spaces.
ALL Middle School Student Applications will ONLY be submitted for ONLINE People’s Choice Vote NOT for formal review by the 3 Judges. Middle school students’ artwork will be displayed in the Gallery Show.
Home school students have 10 reserved spaces. If more than 10 home school students apply, then the artwork will be PRE-JUDGED. The BEST 10 will join the other 50 students for the gallery show of 60 student’s artwork in December.
This is an island wide inter-school art competition.
THEME FOR 2021
PERSONAL CHOICE Create artwork that describes your 2020 experience – personally, locally or globally. It could be your personal story or your view on any one of the events that happened during the Year 2020.
Judges' Awards & People's Choice Award
Students will be judged on Total Composition, Comprehension of Use of Media, Elements of Art – line, value, form, shape, light source, color, textures and space /composition, Principles of Design – balance, variety, contrast, unity, emphasis, movement, pattern and proportion
PRIZE MONEY WILL BE TRANSFERED
TO STUDENTS’ BANK ACCOUNT
TWO Dimensional ( 2-D) Artwork
Drawing – Pastel, Ink, Marker, Graphite Pencil, Colored Pencil, Charcoal
Painting- Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Encaustic
Artwork from 11 x 14 inches up to 24 x 36 inches
DID NOT WIN A PRIZE, STILL A CHANCE FOR A WIN.
ALL ARTWORK DISPLAYED
at the GALLERY SHOW
will be available
SOLD in 2020 – THEME: What This Song Means To Me