The Schools' Exhibition showcases collaborative works, created by students from primary, intermediate and secondary schools across Auckland. The exhibition is staged in the historic underground fort which offers a unique space for up to fifteen schools to exhibit. Selected high schools are also given the opportunity to exhibit above ground.
Bringing school art to a wider audience
The exhibition offers students an opportunity to have their artworks displayed alongside professional sculptors at a nationally significant event and have them viewed by thousands of visitors. Over 1200 students contribute to the collaborative artworks on display, making this a true a celebration of the creative prowess of Tamaki Makaurau’s youngest artists.
Celebrating artistic talent in emerging artists
For the second year running, two prizes will be awarded to the schools. The Angela Morton Secondary School prize and the Angela Morton Primary School prize. These prizes have been generously donated by the Morton Family, in loving memory of Angela Morton who was a keen supporter of the arts. The schools receiving the prizes will each receive a substantial cash donation to their art programmes.
NZ Sculpture OnShore is extremely grateful to the talented teaching staff who work so enthusiastically to devise the school art installation and to deliver a memorable art experience for participating students.
Applications for the 2020 exhibition have now closed but by booking a School Tour you get first right of refusal to participate the 2022 event.