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Canning Show Youth Art Awards

This year Rehoboth did exceptionally well in the Youth Art Awards. We submitted a total of 60 entries out of which 22 entries were awarded prizes. The categories we entered were: Handicrafts, Hobby Ceramics, Painting and Drawing, and Photography. The prize-winning entries are currently on display in the Secondary Library.

The following students are to be congratulated for receiving their Awards:

Gwyneth Anggadajaja
Champion Hobby Ceramics
1st Prize for a ceramic article featuring glaze combination

Damon Sara
Most Points for Youth Ceramics
1st Prize for ceramic article featuring overglaze

Jasmine Blennerhassett
1st Prize for ceramic article featuring underglaze decoration
1st Prize for her painting in the Senior Students Open section

Sara van Dam
1st Prize for ceramic article featuring decal
1st Prize for Youth Painting, any subject

Nelson Nieuwkerk
1st Prize in Macro photography
2nd Prize in Wildlife photography
3rd Prize in Open photography

Olivia Pleysier
1st Prize Landscape drawing
3rd prize Portrait drawing

Moses Budiman
1st Prize for his Collage

Ethan Hunter
1st Prize for his ceramic sculpture

Bianca Britz
2nd Prize for ceramic article featuring glaze combination

Shona Bonnington
2nd Prize for her Collage

Sarah Fryer
2nd Prize for her Original Poem

Sean Gibbon
3rd Prize for his Drawing in any subject

Mukho Naw
3rd prize for her linoprint

Mobina Sadeghian
3rd Prize for her linoprint

Aynsley Vivian
3rd Prize for her tray with decoupage

We hope to do very well again next year and will encourage every student to enter. Artworks which have been created at home can also be entered but must be submitted on the official Entry Form two weeks prior to the opening of the Show.

For more information and a list of all the possible categories to enter, please see Mrs Crittenden in the Art Room.

Mrs Crittenden
ART TEACHER

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