Year 9 Students in DotArt Schools Competition
Some of our talented Year 9 art students are taking part in the dot-art Schools Competition 2015.
dot-art Schools is an "interactive, online, inter-school competition" which is open to Year 6 and Year 9 students across the Liverpool City Region.
A panel of experts picks three students from each school and the general public can then vote online for their favourite. The winner will have their work shown in the summer exhibition at St George's Hall.
You can vote now by clicking on the link below:
Voting is open until Thursday 30th April so don't delay!
DotArt Winner Chosen (UPDATE)
The results are in for this year's dot-art Schools Competition and we are delighted to announce that Ben Walsh (Y9) has been awarded first place for our school!
As a reward for his fantastic effort, Ben's self portrait will be featured in the dot-art Schools exhibition, which will take place at St George's Hall from 5th to the 20th June 2015.
Congratulations are also due to Ben's fellow Year 9 students, Scott Dannoy and Frazer Johnson, who took second and third place respectively.
We would like to thank all of the students, parents, grandparents, family members and staff who took the time to vote for our talented, artistic boys, in the dot-art online voting process.
It has been wonderful to see such great work from our boys and for Cardinal Heenan art students to once again be exhibited in a major Liverpool venue.
We look forward to seeing you all at St George's Hall when the exhibition opens next month!
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