P.E art students honoured PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 May 2012 12:35

visual_art.jpgPrince Edward visual art students were awarded with excellence awards for coming up with various colourful art pieces on canvas and photography depicting nature at an exhibition that was held under the theme “Inspired by Nature.”


Twelve students in the arts department participated in the exhibition that is running for a week at the Prince Edward School in Harare.

The three students who won excellence awards are Innocent Damba, Tichaona Gwatidzo and Sibangaliso Sibanda who were honoured for coming up with various outstanding pieces of art in photography and visual art paintings.

Head of Art Department at the Prince Edward School, Nathan Pambura, said students are encouraged to come up with art pieces that depict various nature issues.

The exhibition provided opportunities for students to express and exchange ideas and creativity as well as celebrate their positive contributions to their communities.

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