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Twenty Finalists for Inaugural Fiji Airways Art Competition

Twenty student finalists from 10 different schools have been determined for the inaugural Fiji Airways Art Competition, held during the 2014 Film Fiji Kula Awards. The students have a chance to $1,000 cash for themselves and $1,500 for their schools.

The 20 students represent following schools:
•    Naiyala High School – Tailevu
•    Nausori High School – Nausori
•    Gospel High School – Suva
•    Marist Brothers High School – Suva
•    Suva Grammer School – Suva
•    Ratu Latianara College – Serua
•    Sangam SKM College – Nadi
•    Natabua High School – Lautoka
•    Xavier College – Ba
•    Khalsa College - Ba

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The finalists convened for a one-day workshop with artist Rebecca Lloyd, who is preparing them for the art competition. The students now have until July 21st to submit one art piece on the theme “My Fiji”.
Rebecca Lloyd commented: “The theme has been designed in conjunction with Film Fiji and Fiji Airways.  It allows the finalists to visually demonstrate their talents and creativity with regards to the theme.  Fiji is a dynamic collection of people, events, experiences, culture and scenery. 

The students were asked to be pick any one of these elements among others to demonstrate what Fiji means to them.  All submissions will be judged based on originality, creativity, theme and execution. 

Five finalist will personally present their work to the audience on the final night of the 2014 Film Fiji Kula Awards.  The group of students come from across the various divisions in Fiji and show genuine talent.  This is truly going to be a tough competition and an amazing display of artwork.”

Over 100 submissions were received from various high schools in Fiji for the Fiji Airways Art Competition, from which the 20 finalists were selected. In addition to the winning student and their school, another finalist will also have a chance to win $500 through a competition to be launched in the coming days on the Fiji Airways Facebook page.

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