THE Midhurst Rother College Art Department has entered the International High School Arts Festival 2014, which gives the winning student a chance to visit the exhibition in Japan.
The college has put forward three pieces of work by Year 10 students Cameron Black, Eleanor Godsman and Imogen Reed, entitled Shooting Star, Teardrop and St Paul’s.
Claire Hamer, art teacher, said: “Our students feel passionate about their subject and I am very proud of the work they have achieved – each piece showcases the students’ developing skills and ideas beautifully.”
This year the voting system allows students and members of the public to vote for their favourite entry via Facebook.
A photo of each piece of art has been uploaded to the United Learning International High School Arts Festival 2014 page on Facebook, and the number of likes each piece receives will contribute to the final score.
The college is asking readers to support the art students and give them a chance to visit the exhibition in Japan by voting for their artwork before the Monday, March 10 deadline on the united learning arts festival 2014 Facebook page.