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Inspire Gallery 2021

Thank you and congratulations to all students who submitted entries into our Inspire Art Competition! The College typically would exhibit all entries on MacKillop Day at the St Peter's Campus. Due to our modified celebrations this year, our exhibition will be held digitally.

Congratulations to the following students who have received prizes for their submissions:

Overall Winner

  • Escape The Virtual World (Digital & Media Arts) - Ella Crane, Year 12

Digital/Media

  • First: Horrific or Hopeful Future - Lilana McKee, Year 10
  • Second: Calligrapher's Fan - Abigail Boddington, Year 11
  • Highly Commended: Reload - Bailey Pickens, Year 9 

Drawing

  • First: Sinking - Christina Hunter, Year 8 
  • Second: Kylie Jenner - Jessica Fox, Year 10
  • Third: Leaves of Change - Laura Tarrant, Year 7
  • Highly Commended: Pink Rose - Maria Ajamieh, Year 10 
  • Highly Commended: Twilight Rocks - Chloe Fenson, Year 7  
  • Highly Commended: Door to More Mushrooms - Briony Maginnity, Year 9 

Special mention to Mr Colby Cruwys who submitted a great portrait of Bruce Lee. Unfortunately, staff aren't eligible for prizes!

Mixed Media

  • First: Seahorse - Freia Huber, Year 10
  • Highly Commended: Online Learning - Kira Tawton, Year 12  

Painting

  • First: Trio of Sun Conures - Maria Ajamieh, Year 10

Photography

  • First: Internal Lockdown - Zoe Brennan, Year 8
  • Second: The Calm After - Erin Cross, Year 8
  • Highly Commended: The Symmetry of Nature/The Watery Sky - Noa Zisman, Year 7  
  • Highly Commended: Red Reflection -  Ophelia van Doorn, Year 7 

Sculpture

  • First: Endure - Joseph Wagner, Year 9

People's Choice Award

  • Kylie Jenner - Jessica Fox, Year 10

 

The judging process took into account both the quality of the work and the artist's statement.  

Selected artworks will be shown at our Inspire Exhibition at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre at the end of November.

Please click through the gallery to view our 2021 Inspire entries!

Published
3 September, 2021

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Acknowledgement of Country

St Mary of the Cross MacKillop made the statement: “We are but travellers here, so while we are here we should do as much good as we can and live in peace with each other.”

With this is mind, the College respectfully acknowledges the Ngunnawal people who are the Traditional Custodians and First People of the land on which we gather each day. The College also pays its respects to the Elders past, present and emerging, and any other Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples living and working in the MacKillop community.

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