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Art in Science inspired creativity in St Joseph’s School Students

Art in Science inspired creativity in St Joseph’s School Students

Stanthorpe regional art gallery was bursting with colour with student art on display for the Crisps Youth Art Prize 2018. This year’s them was Art in Science and students produced both 2D and 3D artwork for the show.

 

St Joseph’s teachers were excited by this year’s theme and strongly encouraged students to enter. After weeks of research, brainstorming and planning, more than 200 inspired students conceptualised their work for the show.

 

St Joseph’s school entered 219 works in total, with 10 of those winning prizes. Congratulations to Lillian Taylor (1st Prize Year 2), Jessica Pradella (1st Prize Year 4), Clancy Moncada (1st Prize Year 6), Caitlyn Hennoste (1st Prize Year 8), Amelie Gesch (2nd Prize Year 7), Kaelie Doyle (2nd Prize Year 8), Darius Jansink (3rd Prize Year 4), Georgette Forbes (3rd Prize Year 8), Cooper Sulzberger (Highly Commended Year 1), Joseph Romeo (Highly Commended Year 3).

 

With over 750 entries for the Crisps Youth Art Prize it was well worth a visit to the gallery to see the

creativity that this exhibition inspired in our youth.