Local Art Awards
Brighton students took part in the 2014 Secondary Schools Art Awards Exhibition held at St Andrew's Church in Brighton last month.
Years 7 to 12 students form the Brighton campus were invited to create artworks for the Exhibition using a variety of artistic mediums including photography, textiles, 3D sculptural media and traditional 2D media. All artworks submitted had to undergo a "pre-judging" pre-selection process in order to determine the finalists who would have their artworks represented at the final judging and Exhibition.
Three students were named as major prize-winners and twenty-four Haileybury students were selected as finalists.
Oscar Piastri from Year 7 was awarded Third prize for Best Overall Artwork, any medium, regardless of Year level, in the Exhibition. Oscar was awarded a $750 Bank of Melbourne account for his acrylic painting entitled "The Scars Of Injustice".
Jack Broadbent from Year 8 was awarded First Prize for the overall Best 3D Artwork in the Exhibition, regardless of Year Level, receiving a $500 bank account with the Bank of Melbourne. Jack's large wire and plaster figure sculpture, painted in Bronze and aged with a patina was entitled "Partnerships For Justice".
Chloe Wynen, from Year 8, was awarded second prize in the Year 7/8 category, receiving a $300 bank account with the Bank of Melbourne. Chloe's artwork was a pencil sketch and entitled "One".
The Scars of Injustice
Partnerships For Justice