Sustainable art works ready for the challenge
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