Youth Art Prize for Kesser Torah Student

May 10, 2011 by Community Editor
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KTC student Chaya Moushka Hoffman has been awarded the Highly Commended Prize for Senior Sculpture at the Mosman Youth Art Prize.

Chaya Moushka Hoffman



The Winning Work

Teacher Helen Abbott is proud of the Year 10 student, saying:  “This is an amazing achievement, particularly for someone of Chaya Moushka’s age, as this age category is open to young artists up to the age of 20 years. Some of the entrants are College of Fine Arts students, with the winner in this category being 20 years old.” The Mosman Youth Art Prize is an annual exhibition organized by Mosman Council which features the diverse talents of young, aspiring and emerging artists aged between 12 and 20 years. It was initiated in 1988 by internationally renowned artist and local resident, Ken Done AM. The competition was judged this year by Leeanne Carr, the curator of the prestigious ARTExpress Exhibition, and coordinator of Education Programs for Secondary Students at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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