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Young artists & curators highlighted at the Pah Homestead

Education initiatives at the Pah Homestead highlight young upcoming artists and curators.

On Monday 11th September, the Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre hosted the 6th Annual Secondary School Wallace Art Awards. This year’s awards received over 300 entries nationwide, with 30 finalists.

The finalists of the Secondary School Wallace Art Awards will be on display at the Pah Homestead from the 12 September until 5 November 2017.

Award Results

Painting:

Highly Commended - Aira Domingo, Inevitablility, Painting

Sacred Heart Girls College

Third Prize - Lydia Harden Bull, Cascade, Painting

St Cuthbert’s College

Second Prize - Elizaveta Zyuzina, One Could Winter Dream, Painting

Long Bay College

First Prize - SuYeon Cho, Back, Painting

Epsom Girls Grammar School

Photography/ Printmaking:

Highly Commended - Ruben Peterson, Omakau Abattoir Sign, Photography

ACG Senior College

Third Prize - Prudence Bowman, Ruby Tuesday, Photography

ACG Senior College

Second Prize - Nicholas Kessell, Fading, Photography

Selwyn College

First Prize - Tokarangi Poa, The Descendants of Paikea, Printmaking

Whanganui High School

The Awards will be shown alongside the Perch Project, an education initiative from the Wallace Arts Trust: Art History Students from participating Secondary Schools joined in a special series of tours at the Pah Homestead and Rannoch earlier this year. Using the artworks they saw as inspiration, students selected works from the Wallace Arts Trust Collection and conceived curatorial concepts to devise an exhibition for the Pah Homestead. This year the Wallace Arts Trust selected the exhibition called “T as in Tea” by a young curator Georgia Eilering from Whangarei Girls High School.


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