Tag: art

Award Recognizes Forest Heights Student’s Work Opening Minds Through Art

Art is opening minds and bringing generations together in Kitchener, thanks to the dedication and passion of students, teachers and facilitators. The efforts of Lillian Hyatt, a Grade 9 Forest Heights Collegiate Institute student, in particular, have garnered special attention. At the 22nd Annual Kitchener Youth Action Council Awards, Hyatt won the Intergenerational Award for […]

W. T. Townshend PS shines light on student creativity

For one evening, W.T. Townshend Public School turned itself into an art gallery full of student art and musical talents, and welcomed in family and friends of the school community. The colours, sounds and variety of art pieces filled the school creating a rich atmosphere that had visitors inspired. One of the great things about […]

Lincoln Heights PS students share their voice

The WAYVE team at Lincoln Heights Public School put on a spectacular evening of visual art, music and singing performances, and reflection. With the help of the Ontario Ministry of Education‘s Speak Up grant, the school was proud to present VOICES, an opportunity that allowed Lincoln Heights PS students to express their voice through a […]

Glenview Park SS students show remembrance through art

Congratulations to Aya Juani and Vanessa Lewis at Glenview Park Secondary School (GPSS)! They are both heading to the next stage of the Royal Canadian Legion art and literacy competition. The competition, held every year, promotes Remembrance among Canadians. Aya and Vanessa submitted two pieces each to the contest. Their posters have been judged at the local […]

Cambridge art gallery shows artwork from Avenue Road PS

Mrs. Nicolescu’s Grade 6 students from Avenue Road Public School had the privilege of showcasing their artwork in an exhibit called, “Exhibition of Paintings” at the Dorothy Harvey Gallery in the City of Cambridge’s City Hall. As part of their art class project, Laurie Wonfor-Nolan, a Cambridge artist, donated her time to teach the class an art style […]

“Artrium” Contest Winners Selected

We are so proud of our students who entered the “Artrium” Student Art Display contest at the Education Centre. Each work submitted showed immense talent from our students. We want to congratulate all students that entered this contest for their hard work and dedication! This year Curry’s Art Store selected “The Struggle”, by Kayla Sowa, […]

Art Space Project is Back at the Ed Centre

The next time you stop by the Education Centre, be sure to check out the amazing artwork on display! The Art Space Project is back for its second year, and the submissions we have received are incredible. Secondary students submitted their work, and a team of judges will review the pieces, and select the first place […]

An Abundance of Talent — “Artrium” Contest Winners

The WRDSB is so proud of our students who entered the “Artrium” Student Art Display contest at the Education Centre. Each work submitted showed immense talent from our students. We want to congratulate all students that entered this contest for their hard work and dedication! This year Curry’s Art Store selected Wei Qi, a student […]