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CXC visual arts exhibition opens in Anguilla on Sunday
Published on April 25, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

THE VALLEY, Anguilla -- The 2014 Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) 2014 Visual Arts Exhibition opens at the Rodney MacArthur Rey Auditorium, The Valley, Anguilla this Sunday 27 April at 4:30 pm.

Jerome Roberts, minister of education in Anguilla, will deliver the feature address at Sunday’s opening ceremony. Roberts, along with Navene Mairyshaw, head of the Visual Arts Department at the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive School will cut the ribbon to declare the exhibition officially open.

Colleen Horsford, CXC local registrar, Anguilla, and Cleveland Sam, assistant registrar – public information and customer services at CXC, will give remarks at the ceremony.

The Visual Arts exhibition will run from Monday 28 to Wednesday 30 April.

“The ministry believes that the exhibition will provide valuable exposure to both teachers and students of art, which can help to deepen their understanding of the demands CSEC Visual Arts and CAPE Art and Design syllabuses,” stated Rhonda Connor, chief education officer in the ministry of education, Anguilla.

“Additionally it can also serve to enhance their creativity, innovation and non-linear thinking,” Connor said.

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2-D Visual Art – Portrait by Aimee De Montbrun, Holy Name Convent (Port of Spain), Trinidad and Tobago
The objectives of the Visual Arts Exhibition are to highlight the creative work of Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) visual arts students; to expose students in the host country to what examiners consider art of a high standard; to promote visual arts as a feasible career choice; to showcase the work of CSEC visual arts students to the public and to promote CSEC visual arts as a CXC subject.

The exhibition will feature works from CSEC visual arts examinations over the years, including regional top award winners. It will feature pieces from the eight expressive forms of the CSEC visual arts syllabus: drawing, leather craft, graphic and communication design, painting and mixed-media, sculpture and ceramics, fibre and decorative arts, textile design and manipulation and print making.

The CXC Visual Arts Exhibition was started in 2003 and is being hosted in Anguilla for the first time.
 
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