The Cara Credit Union Art Competition 2020 results are in!
This year’s theme was ‘Imagine More’ which was aimed at encouraging entrants to think past the current situation and imagine.
Imagine More was influenced by the creative role art plays in Irish society and encouraged participants to unlock their imagination and look at how art inspires us and our communities.
“Unfortunately, we were unable to have our annual prizegiving night where we invite our winners, their families and their teachers to our favourite event of the year,” said Cara Credit Union CEO, Pa Laide.
Students Encouraged to Participate
“We were delighted to see so many of our schools encourage their students to participate in the Credit Union Art Competition.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to display and showcase the level of talent within our common bond of Tralee, Castleisland and Killorglin.
“All first prize winners will now go on to represent Cara Credit Union at Chapter 23 – the regional level of the competition.
“We all wish them the best of luck,” said Mr. Laide.
Art Competition in its 37th Year
Art has always been a huge part of Irish life and the Credit Union Art Competition, now in its 37th year, is dedicated to supporting and developing the arts in Irish society.
Promoting and encouraging involvement in the arts across communities is an important message we want to spread.
Art plays a critical role in enriching the lives of everyone and is central to sustaining, and increasing connections.
You can contact The Maine Valley Post on…Anyone in The Maine Valley Post catchment area who would like to send us news and captioned photographs for inclusion can send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Queries about advertising and any other matters regarding The Maine Valley Post can also be sent to that address or just ring: 087 23 59 467.