Photos: Mirrors Student Art & Digital Contest

The Mirrors Programme is keeping the fourth annual Art and Electronic Competition at Masterworks, with the island’s young artists showcasing their skills.

Mirrors Programme Supervisor Kimberley Jackson mentioned, “The scholar artwork show under no circumstances fails to present us with a amazing screen of our youth’s artistic and inventive talent. This 12 months the competition’s topic was ‘Home -Exploring different notions of what constitutes a emotion of belonging’.

“Little did we know when we selected the issue that we would be in a pandemic, and pupils ended up bodily at household sheltering-in-location. The submissions are after all over again superb. We are encouraging everybody to take a look at the gallery to see the show and to cast a vote for the people’s option award. The exhibition is open up by means of August 8th, 2020.”

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