dot-art Schools VIRTUAL Exhibition 2020
ONLINE from 7th July 2020
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After the sadness of having to postpone our 8th annual dot-art Schools exhibition due to the corona virus pandemic, we are thrilled to be able to hold this dot-art Schools virtual exhibition so that the creative work of children and young people from our participating schools can still be shared and celebrated online. We’d like to say a HUGE thank you to Arts Council England for making this possible.
Following a judges’ shortlist and an online public vote, the 2020 exhibition showcases the winning work from each of our 76 participating schools. The overall winners of the 2020 dot-art Schools Competition were announced at a our first VIRTUAL prize-giving ceremony on Zoom, on 7th July, where the top three students from each of the participating schools in the Liverpool City Region were also celebrated.
You can also watch the recording of the virtual prize giving on YouTube:
ELIZABETH LYONS DAVIES from The Catholic High School won the Year 9 award for her piece “Maps 13”.
KENZY BALL-WRIGHT from Belle Vale Primary School won the Year 5 award for his piece “Diamond Scaled Fighting Fish”.
Runners Up Awards in the secondary category went to RENATA AZIZEVA from Archbishop Blanch School and NATHAN BLAND of Peterhouse School.
In the primary category Runners Up Awards went to GEORGIE FOXALL of Acton CoE Primary School and TALLULAH CONVEY of Blackmoor Park Primary School.
The winners were awarded a variety of prizes including exhibition tickets from Tate Liverpool, art materials from Cass Art and books and online art classes from dot-art. In addition, as overall winner, Elizabeth received a scholarship to dot-art, giving her a year’s membership to dot-art’s network, allowing her to showcase and sell her work alongside professional artists.
We’d really appreciate your feedback on the new virtual gallery, so we can keep improving. If you could please spare 2 minutes for a very quick survey when you’ve visited the virtual gallery it would be super helpful!