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Junior & Senior Aspiring Artist

Record number of aspiring artists enter
SCAPE Public Art’s Re:ACTIVATE


A record number of entries were received for SCAPE Public Art’s 2019 Re:ACTIVATE Aspiring Artists competition, with the winning five to be exhibited in central Christchurch this spring.

The winning students will have their artworks produced and installed for the first time at Hack Circle, on the corner of Cashel and High streets, as part of SCAPE Public Art’s annual Season festival that runs from 5 October to 16 November.

Re:ACTIVATE is a programme that promotes the creative arts by mentoring aspiring artists. This is the fourth year SCAPE has partnered with Lewis Bradford Consulting Engineers to bring it to the city, with support from Christchurch City Council and Christchurch City Libraries.

Re:ACTIVATE 2019 winners, supporters and organisers, from left: Rosetta Brown, Hazel White, Emily Higham, Helena McCondach, Cr Anne Galloway, Tessa Marshall, Alex Sands, Helen Trappitt and Josie Whelan. (Absent: Georgina Jolly).

Re:ACTIVATE 2019 winners, supporters and organisers, from left: Rosetta Brown, Hazel White, Emily Higham, Helena McCondach, Cr Anne Galloway, Tessa Marshall, Alex Sands, Helen Trappitt and Josie Whelan. (Absent: Georgina Jolly).

This year's Re:ACTIVATE winners, Junior category (Years 1 to 8) left: Alex Sands, of Little River School, We Are One!; Tessa Marshall, of Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School, Sticks of Rock. Senior category (Years 9 to 13) left: Emily Higham, of Lincoln High School, Physiological Manipulation of Space; Helena McCondach, Lincoln High School, Negotiation; Rosetta Brown, left, and Hazel White, Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, Strength in Sisterhood (Absent: Georgina Jolly).