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Embracing our Differences: An entry for the Mirrors art competition (Image supplied)

The winners of a schools art competition have been unveiled at a virtual ceremony.

Kathy Lynn Simmons, the Attorney-General, announced the top entrants in the Mirrors Annual Art and Digital Competition, organised with the Mirrors Alumni and Friends Association.

She thanked participants for their talent and creativity.

Embracing our Differences: An entry for the Mirrors art competition (Image supplied)

This competition theme of "Embracing our Differences" was chosen to celebrate diversity and inclusion.

The exhibition of 131 submissions ran from July to August at the Rick Fairies Gallery in the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda.

The winning categories were selected by three judges at primary, middle and high school levels.

The "people's choice" awards at the three levels were decided by a public vote during the exhibit.

Schools received $6,450 in prize money, and pupils received $7,690 in prizes.

For the list of winning entries, click on the PDF under “Related Media”.

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Published October 02, 2021 at 7:50 am (Updated October 04, 2021 at 8:00 am)

School art winners announced

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