Kilby Memorial Teen Art Contest 2018


The 2018 Kilby Memorial Teen Art Contest is over. Here are the winning works, as well as links to all shortlisted work! A big thank-you to all of you who competed!

THE WINNERS



Overall Winner: Eyes, by Gracie Truong, Grade 11




Viewer’s Choice: Another World, by Sarina Khormali, Grade 10




Honourable Mention, Grades 6-9: Irrelevant Differences, by Laura Cunningham, Grade 9     




Honourable Mention, Grades 10-12: Lukomorje (At the Bay), by Chinara Piriyeva, grade 12   




First Place, Grades 10-12:  Where Am I?, by Bethany Tran, Grade 11   




First Place, Grades 6-9: Where Mosquito Creek Ends, by Tamara Lapsh, Grade 7


 

Who was Paul Kilby?

Paul Kilby was an English teacher at Balmoral Secondary School in North Vancouver. He passed away in 2008. Paul loved teaching and inspiring youth to explore their creativity in art and language. Through a generous donation from his estate, the Library celebrates his life by putting on programs and events like the Kilby Memorial Teen Art Contest. We have been fortunate to have members of the Kilby family present at the opening for our art contest, where we honour Paul Kilby as a man who loved being a part of the North Shore community and celebrating his students.
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