We are very proud that some of our Year 5 children have their African masks displayed on the Dot-art schools website as part of the Dot-art schools Art Competition 2017.
The dot-art Schools programme Liverpool is an interactive, online, inter-school art competition, culminating in an end of year exhibition for the top students in each participating school. During the Autumn and Spring terms, each school creates and selects pieces of student work which they feel best represent the talents of their students. These art works are submitted and put on display to the world via the dot-art Schools website (schools.dot-art.com).
A panel of art experts will select the top 3 artworks from each school. Students from all the schools in the programme, as well as the general public, will then be able to vote for their favourite piece of art from the judge's shortlist here (from 1st-30th April):
During the Summer term, an exhibition will be held at a city centre art gallery showcasing the artwork with the most votes from each participating school. The overall winners of the 2016 dot-art Schools Competition will be announced at a prize-giving ceremony on 15th June in the spectacular Concert Room at St Georges Hall, where the top three students from each of the participating schools in the Liverpool City Region will be presented with a certificate by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool and the six overall winners and runners up will receive their prizes.
Runners Up x 2
All winning artists (1 from each partipating school) will also receive a Tangle Teezer hairbrush.
All shortlisted artists (3 from each partipating school) will be awarded certificates.
In the meantime, click on the dot-art link above to look at our incredible finalists on show.