The Sovereign Art Foundation Pacsafe Schools Prize
We are delighted to present the 20 finalists of The Sovereign Art Foundation Pacsafe Schools Prize 2012.
The Sovereign Art Foundation Pacsafe Schools Prize aims to celebrate the importance of art in the education system and recognise the quality of art that can be produced by young students in Hong Kong.
Each artwork entered into the prize was put forward by the studentís school, as it was the best artwork produced in that school during the previous academic year.
The artworks were then put to a panel of judges including William Zhao, Georgie Bruce, Howard Bilton and Tiffany Pinkstone who shortlisted the 20 finalists. The panel will then select the prize winner during the exhibition at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.
The shortlisted finalists will be exhibited in the Clipper Lounge at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong from 5th to 25th November 2012 and the Visual Arts Centre from 20th to 24th February 2013.
First Prize: HK $5,000 cash, HK $3,000 Pacsafe voucher, afternoon tea for four in the Clipper Lounge at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong for the winning student and HK $50,000 for their school.
Please vote for your favourite artwork on the back of this card.
Public Vote Prize: HKD $2,000 Pacsafe voucher for the winning student.
To vote for the Public Vote Prize winner, please click [here]
All runners up: HK $800 Pacsafe voucher.