Alisson Porta Fernandez, a graphic design student, will attend a special exhibition after her work on the theme of perspective was shortlisted by Children & The Arts charity.
TV presenter Amanda Holden is one of the celebrity panel who will be selecting the winners of the 16-18 category, to be announced at Rich Mix in Bethnal Green on May 15.
Alisson said she had carefully considered use of colour in the work, while incorporating key information in order to show why creativity is not currently prioritised in schools.
The competition is run in partnership with Jack Petchey Foundation for pupils aged between 11 and 18.
Alisson commented, “I have designed a composition addressing ‘the importance of creativity in education’ from my own perspective. The aim is to raise awareness of this current issue. I’ve created illustrations, incorporated key information and carefully considered use of colour, in order to show why creativity is not currently prioritised in schools.”
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