Humber Art Show winners head to League of Innovation competition

Published On April 2, 2019 | By rosslopes | Arts

Students artwork were on display at Humber’s Lakeshore 33rd annual Art Show. These are just a few out of the 110 pieces that were on display on April 1. (Ross Lopes)

Ross Lopes

Photography, drawing, painting, digital and 3D mixed media were the categories presented at Humber’s 33rd annual art show, which was sponsored and supported by IGNITE.

Each category had winning pieces from students that are being sent to the annual League of Innovation Student Art Competition.

Humber is the only Canadian college that takes part in the international online competition, with two students capturing first and second place spots last year, Ruby Boamah, chair of this years art show said.

“The purpose of the [organization] is to spark creativity in students,” Boamah said.

“It was basically made for students who want to have their art displayed and have their art recognized world wide.”

The League of Innovation is an international non-profit art competition where students artwork will be judged anonymously by a group of jurors.

The winners of the competition will be contacted by July.

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