Globeducate Virtual Arts Competition2021

Jennifer Wallace
Students took part in the annual Globeducate Virtual Arts Competition in November, with the theme this year of “Connections” From ages 5 to 18, nearly 200 students in 39 schools jumped on the opportunity to showcase and explore their talents in painting, sculpture, poetry, drawing, 3D art, painting, photography and creative writing.
Participating schools held internal art exhibitions and allowed artists to be peer evaluated or juried by the school community before final entries were chosen for the global competition.
Congratulations to Pauline at ISN in Grade 12 for receiving an honorary mention in the Globeducate Visual Arts Competition, in the 'Photography - Upper High School' category, her photograph is below.

Creative Arts Coordinator Nalinka Kalder says "We are incredibly proud of Pauline to have achieved a second honorary mention in the competition, two years in a row"
Assistant Education Director for Globeducate, Monica Fontán, said: “Congratulations to students who achieved gold, silver and bronze awards, to those whose creations earned an honorary mention – and to all students who participated. We all take pride in your efforts and creativity. The judges had a very difficult job but enjoyed viewing all of the work and the creativity inspired by the theme this year. Thank you to all involved for making this a fantastic competition.”
2021 First Place mentions:
Painting, Lower Primary - Vengoh, Hattemer 8, France
Sculpture and 3D Art, Lower Primary – La Favela, EIB Monceau, France
Poetry, Upper Primary - Kaliyah, Agora Andorra International School, Andorra
Drawing, Upper Primary – Hiranmaya, TIPS Chennai, India
Sculpture and 3D Art, Middle School – Janna, Laia & Marta
Painting, Middle School – Ana, Nobel Algarve British International School, Portugal Photography, Upper High School – Héloïse, Hattemer 8, France
Creative Writing, Upper High School – Andra, Blyth Academy The Glebe, Canada
The objectives of the competition are to encourage artistic development, to discover and share the talents of students of different nationalities and cultures, to strengthen and celebrate the group's international identity and to develop collaboration across our schools.