July 6

Dot-art Schools Exhibition Winners 2021



Following a a busy and exciting time for everyone involved in the 9th running of the prestigious dot-art Schools Exhibition, dot-art recently announced the overall winners and runners up of the 2021 event. The 9th annual exhibition was held from 11th June-25th June at the iconic Port of Liverpool Building, located on Liverpool’s waterfront at the Pier Head.

Poject manager at dot-art, Carolyn Murray, said, “We want to say a big thank you to CBRE, who manage the building, and kindly hosted us during the exhibition and hope that many people managed to get along to view the winning works in such a magnificent setting.”

 Due to the Covid restrictions, the prize-giving took place online and Carolyn proudly announced, “Over 200 guests registered for the presentation, but we know that many teachers also watched it live with their class. The prize-giving was a very high tech endeavour for us, and wouldn’t have been possible without the amazing Edge Hill creative media team! We are also grateful to the two winning schools for their input.”


The dot-art Schools 2021 Overall Primary Winner

“Dandelion Seed Burst” Acrylics/mixed media work by Jack Kent of Bridgemere CE Primary School

Primary Runner-up 1

“The mystical galaxy” Acrylic on canvas by Hannah Jeffery of Blackmoor Park Junior School

Primary Runner up 2

“Space City” Wood and Spray Paint work by Xavier Edgington-Lynch of Pinehurst Primary School

dot-art Schools 2021 Overall Secondary Winner

“Fauvist Dog close up” Oil Pastel drawing by Alexander White of Chesterfield High School

Secondary Runner up 1

“Reflection” Photograph by Iftiyaz Alam of Childwall Sports and Science Academy

Secondary Runner up 2

“Mythical Creatures 4” Pen drawing by Nia Plange of Liverpool College

Unable to hold a face-to-face prize giving this year, dot-art invited the overall winners and the runners up, along with their proud teachers and families, to a special photo shoot at the exhibition, and were delighted that the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Mary Rasmussen, Lorraine Partington from Edge Hill University and Kay Jagger from Cass Art joined the proceedings to help present the students with their certificates and prizes. 

If you missed it don't worry, dot-art recorded the event and hosted the film on their Youtube channel.

Photographs by Jazmin Sinclair

Overall primary winner Jack Kent with the Lord Mayor, Cllr Mary Rasmussen

Primary runner-up Hannah Jeffery of Blackmoor Park Junior School

Primary runner-up Xavier Edgington-Lynch of Pinehurst Primary School


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