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Trinity Best of the Best Art Exhibition uncovers a breadth of talent

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Nov 3, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Trinity Best of the Best Art Exhibition uncovers a breadth of talentThe best artworks from all courses in the Visual Arts were exhibited at Trinity Grammar School’s Delmar Gallery for the annual Trinity Best of the Best Art Exhibition. Featuring over 500 of the best art works from boys in Years 7 to 11, the exhibition gave students and families alike the opportunity to the to see for themselves, the breadth of talent the School takes pride in nurturing.

Head of Visual Arts, Stephen Collins was delighted to announce the five year group winners and two school winners:

First place Year 7 – Justin Lee 8WH, works on paper

First place Year 8 – Christopher Stelzer 9ST, works on paper and in sculpture

First place Year 9 – Allyn Wu 10SC, work in visual design

First place Year 10 – Alexander Kolesnikoff 11HO, works on cardboard and canvas

First place Year 11 – Alexander Clisdell 12DU, photography

Best work in Middle School – Luke Powell 10HO, works on paper

Best work in Senior School – Dylan Zhang  11ST, work on canvas.

“It was wonderful to see a strong representation in both visual design and photography in the all year groups,” said Mr Collins. “While I am proud of all the boys, this is a lovely way to showcase our winners and 90 high distinction recipients from Years 7 to 11,” he continued. You can see a small selection of the artworks here.

While Visual Art is a compulsory component of the curriculum for Trinity boys in Years 7 to 9, and an elective subject in Years 10 to 12, a full range of Visual Art disciplines are available as optional co-curricular activities to all boys in Years 10 to 12. Trinity provides ‘Artists in Residence’ who work with students to develop their skills in a variety of media. Boys may participate in small group excursions to specific locations to create their artworks. They may also be involved in large group projects in a range of different activities. The options available include Photography and Digital Media, Ceramics, Computer Graphics, Painting and Drawing.

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