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Announcing AISA Art Challenge Winners
Posted 07-06-2012 16:13

The AISA Art Challenge is a new AISA project that seeks to foster and strengthen the connections amongst students in our member schools through art. AISA received 66 wonderful submissions and finally had to expand the finalists from 12 to 14 as initially planned.  AISA congratulates the all winners, each has won an I-pod!

The judging was not an easy process as all submissions were extremely interesting and each artist’s keenness to illustrate AISA’s philosophy, mission and goals was clearly evident.  Due to this the judging team eventually had to expand the finalists from the 12 we planned to 14. 

AISA congratulates the following students whose art will be published in the 2013 AISA Calendar:

1. Natalie Laurel (17 years) Rosslyn Academy - Kenya
2. Arielle Ayotte (12years) Rain Forest International School
3. Chloe Pinney (13 years) Khartoum International Community School
4. Damilola Aiyenuro (9 Years) Grange School - Nigeria
5. Ha Yeong Kim (17 years) International School of Uganda
6. Kammonke Obase - Wotta (13 Years) Surefoot American International School -  Nigeria
7. Kayleigh Dekoker (11 years) International Community school of Addis Ababa
8. Kimberly Epee Ngando (11 Years) International School of Dakar
9. Omilabu Tofarati (8 Years) Grange School - Nigeria
10. Osamagbe Charles (13 Years) Emerald Schools – Nigeria
11. Rachel Phillips (12 Years) Iringa International School
12. Samuel Teame (17 Years) International School Of Kigali
13. Julia Bengtsson (12 Years) American International School of Johannesburg
14. Lekë Moesman – youngest entrant (just 5 years old),Khartoum American School

AISA thanks all the schools, supervising teachers and students who participated in the challenge.  The project has revealed that within our diverse and interspersed AISA community lays a rich reservoir of creative talent.

We intend to make this challenge an annual tradition and encourage schools to continue to take part each year.


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