Commission Challenges

the-art-room Water Colour Challenge is happening during the month of July and entries will close on 31 July 2021.

Artists should submit a series of 3 Watercolours titled "My Loves" and size A4 Portrait
Main medium should be Watercolour paint / pencil 
To submit your series, please e-mail info@the-art-room.net 
the-art-room will double the winningprize and donate $120 to disadvantaged art students.
 
GOODLUCK AND SPREAD THE WATERCOLOUR LOVE!

 

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And the Winning COMMISSION is pictured left. A big Congratulations to all our entrants, whose submissions will remain on exhibition in the gallery. 
It was a difficult choice for our client, who has mentioned there may be more commissions required ...so watch this space !

A few young artists have taken up the challenge, and here are some of the fabulous submissions received so far.
 Here they are seen as they would appear in the clients bathroom. 

The commission is still open until
Mid-June and we look forward to receiving more applications.
Non-comissioned pieces will be exhibited in the gallery.

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Keep an Eye on this page for any future Challenges, Competitions, Commissions, Events.

The Michaelhouse Community Partnership Trust. 

The Michaelhouse Community Partnership Trust is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO: 015-292) supported by Michaelhouse to invest in local government schools. The overriding objective is to partner with selected schools to improve pedagogy, and to offer teacher development through training and mentorship. A dedicated team of three full time staff supported by a committee of Trustees and committed volunteers, oversee a range of projects.  Meet the team 

Every year we host an art and choir competition with our partnerships schools.  The theme for 2020 was "imagination in the time of covid-19." Our objective is to promote the love of art among children while encouraging them to express their thoughts in a creative manner. The beautiful artworks received from six partner schools were judged by the Michaelhouse Head of Visual Arts, Jenni Clinton-Parker. 

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