Sus­tain­able art works ready for the chal­lenge

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En­vi­ro­hub is run­ning the Sus­tain­able Art Chal­lenge 2018.

Now in its fifth year, the Chal­lenge en­cour­ages re­pur­pos­ing, waste min­imi­sa­tion and cre­ative op­por­tu­ni­ties for all gen­er­a­tions and has been suc­cess­ful­with schools, with 60 en­tries in Trash to Fash and 10 for the short movies from in­ter­me­di­ate, se­condary and adult/ter­tiary lev­els.

The Trash to Fash has two sections, Fash­ion and Wear­able Art. The re­quire­ments are that no new­ma­te­ri­als are to be used.

The short movie sec­tion is to high­light or cre­ate aware­ness of an en­vi­ron­men­tal is­sue in a cre­ative way.

The Chal­lenge has the Bay cov­ered with en­tries from Matahui School, moko­roa Point school, Tau­ranga In­ter­me­di­ate, Tau­ranga Girls’ Col­lege, tu­moetai Col­lege, Mount Maun­ganui Col­lege, Mount In­ter­me­di­ate and Tau­ranga Wal­dorf school.

Judges this year are Jac­inta Fitzger­ald, An­neMarie, Lynette Fisher— Toi Ohomai In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy, Kerry Fun­nell of Fun­nell De­signs, Kristy Robin­son of BOP Film, Michelle Estall— Michelle Estall Art and Jo Page is the chore­og­ra­pher.

The Awards cer­e­mony is free at Bay­court in Tau­ranga this Sun­day, June 17 from 3pm to 6pm.

To re­serve a seat and formore in­for­ma­tion visit www.en­vi­ro­hub.org.nz

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