This exhibition, which runs until the 23rd of June, showcases the work of Year 11 students who wished to take part in the competition. After studying the artist’s work, they submitted their projects in any form they wished: drawing, painting, photo, video, etc. Around fifty projects are on display and will be assessed by the competition committee.
The Chu Teh-Chun Prize will be awarded to the winner(s) on the 13th of June on the occasion of the graduation of Year 11students. The prizes will be unveiled on this occasion.
The Artmyn company wanted to be associated to this event by offering the two winners the digitisation of their work and a visit to the digitisation workshop for ten or so selected students.