More than 170 works of art were submitted in this year´s Globeducate Global Arts competition by students from the group’s 50+ schools in 10 countries worldwide.
The participants were challenged to creatively interpret this year’s concept of ‘Change’ and incorporate it into their creations in the categories of painting, sculpture, poetry, drawing, photography, and creative writing, which they did in numerous and impressive ways.
“This is a true testament to the priority our schools place in facilitating our students´ creative development and achievements. The standard of work was phenomenal and incredibly high this year, making it an extremely difficult task for the judges to make their final decisions”, said Oanh Crouch, Globeducate Director of Education, adding: “Congratulations to the students who participated and whose work was submitted to represent their school. Praise and recognition to the teachers who mentored the students in the process of design to implementation.”
The categories were divided into four age groups: Lower Primary (age 5-7), Upper Primary (age 8-10), Middle School (age 11-14) and Upper/High School (age 15-18).
Four Nobel Algarve students shone in the competition: congratulations go to Leonardo Farina (Nobel Almancil), who won First Place in Poetry (Upper Primary, age 8-10); Chiara Stadelmann (Nobel Lagoa), who took third place in Drawing (Upper Primary, age 8-10); Cereja Cruz (Nobel Almancil), who won first place in Painting (Lower Primary, age 5-7); and Ava Jouet (Nobel, Lagoa), who achieved an Honourable Mention in 3D & Sculpture (Lower Primary, age 5-7).