St. Patrick High School students' Lina Akkawi, Christina Collin and Tony Dinh have had tremendous success with their artwork submissions. Their captivating artwork has been selected to be displayed and distributed by various different galleries, art shows, and contests.
Lina Akkawi's art submission to be viewed with 3D glasses
St. Patrick's high school student Lina Akkawi's submission to the Young at Art Ottawa-wide juried competition has been selected for the 2016 exhibition. The total number of submissions to the competition this year was 379 citywide, with 133 of those coming from the East region. The East exhibition will display the chosen artworks at the Trinity Art Gallery in the Shenkman Arts Centre beginning on April 21st.
Young at Art is a juried art exhibition that brings the work of young visual artists to local art galleries across the City of Ottawa. The exhibition, held annually since 1996, represents a tremendous opportunity for the public exhibition and recognition of the creative efforts of these young local artists. Creators of accepted works will have their pieces displayed in a community gallery – often near where they live – and are eligible for a number of prizes and awards contributed by the City of Ottawa and Young at Art Sponsors.
Wining art design by Christina Collin
St. Patrick's high school student, Christina Colin, has won the Kindness Ottawa Art Contest! As a result, Christina has won tickets to a Ottawa Fury game and her winning design will be sent on cards to local politicians and the mayor!
Tony Dinh's submission for 2016 Brain and Mental Health Art Show
St. Patrick's high school student Tony Dinh, has had his artwork selected by the Society for Neuroscience Ottawa as part of its 2016 Brain and Mental Health Art Show. The art will be displayed at the Lansdowne Horticultural Building.
Congratulations to Lina Akkawi, Christina Collin, and Tony Dinh for their achievements! The OCSB is very proud of your hard work and dedication.