The Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art recognise and promote excellence in Senior Visual Art education throughout Queensland state and non-state schools.
Since 1990, the program has helped raise community awareness of the degree of sophistication in concepts, diversity of technical competence, and the high standard of visual art education in Queensland secondary schools. Each year, Queensland schools offering Senior Visual Art are invited to submit up to four students' artworks into the Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art program.
The four CHAC students chosen to take part were:
- Joshua Trotter ‘Conversations to Last me All my Life’
- Alyssa Phillips ‘Clones of the Past’
- Emma Gleeson ‘Beware the Nestlebeast’
- Emily Rossow ‘The transformation of binary opposites’
From our four entries, we are proud to announce Emily Rossow won the Excellence category and her work will be a part of the Creative Generation Exhibition in The Gallery of Modern Art in 2022. Our other three students were also awarded the next highest accolades, Commendations.
What an outstanding group of Senior Visual Art students.