PRIMARY ANGELICO ART EXHIBITION

MONDAY 30 JULY - FRIDAY 10 AUGUST 2018

Forrest Centre, 221 St Georges Terrace, Perth

 

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2018 SECONDARY ANGELICO ART EXHIBITION

MONDAY 13 - FRIDAY 24 AUGUST 2018

Forrest Centre, 221 St Georges Terrace, Perth

 

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2018 Angelico Exhibition Prize Winners

Highlights from Angelico Exhibition 2018 Opening Night

THE 2018 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ANGELICO EXHIBITIONS

The 25th Angelico Secondary Exhibition showcased the depth of talent that exists within Catholic schools and is open to all students from Years 7-12.  This year we received 169 entries with 31 schools entering from as far north as Broome and as far south as Busselton. The exquisite works were displayed from Monday 13 August to Friday 24th August with the unenviable task of judging occurring on Saturday 11th August.  The 2nd Primary Angelico Exhibition attracted 144 entries from 29 participating schools and contributed to a most successful exhibition with an exceptionally high quality of Primary artworks.  The exhibition ran from Monday 30 July and Friday 10 August.   This year saw the introduction of a Primary Viewing Evening, to encourage primary school participating students, families and friends to view the artworks after normal office hours.  Despite the inclement weather, many families took advantage of the opportunity and spent time viewing the artworks and then deliberating on their nomination for the People’s Choice Award.

On Tuesday 14th August, the award presentations ceremony began in the foyer of the Forrest Centre and guests were then escorted to the outdoor atrium at Rigby’s, where 13 Primary students and 24 Secondary students were presented with their awards.  The Most Reverend Bishop Don Sproxton,  Dr Debra Sayce, Acting Executive Director, Catholic Education Western Australia, sponsors - St John of God Health Care, Jacksons Drawing Supplies, Australian Catholic Superannuation & Retirement Fund, Catholic Development Fund, Caritas Australia,

Parents & Friends’ Federation of WA, the Somers Family, judges and invited guests enjoyed a successful evening.

This year’s judges were:

Fr Wayne Davis –Secondary Fra Angelico Award

Br Terry Casey – Primary Fra Angelico Award

Dionne Garvey – Secondary General Judge
Mikaela Castledine – Primary General Judge
Anita Finneran - Caritas Australia Award
Russell Thom,- Parent’s & Friends Federation of Western Australia Encouragement Award
Trish Somers - Phil Somers Sculpture Award.

This year’s display consisted of an exquisite array of paintings, portraiture, still life, graphic, digital pieces, sculptures and many other forms of interesting concepts of art.

Sincere thanks to the dedication of the Angelico Committee’s and the Catholic Arts Office Staff who tirelessly worked to ensure the smooth running of the Exhibition’s. Thanks also to the Student Ambassadors from Corpus Christi College, who gave of their time to welcome guests, and ensure the 350 guests were well catered for and entertained. We are truly appreciative of the The Forrest Centre Management for the use of their venue and ongoing support of the Angelico Exhibition.

With the generous sponsorship provided by St John of God Health Care, 2 scholarships were awarded to a year 6 and year 11 student to assist with their ongoing passion of visual arts.

Please view the gallery for photos of the opening night and the student’s artwork. Again, congratulations to all students who participated in the exhibitions and thank you for

your contribution in making the 2018 Angelico Exhibition’s a successful.