It's Voting Time for the International Arts Festival!

Voting is now officially open for Lincoln Minster contenders at the International High School Arts Festival 2018! Lincoln Minster School are incredibly proud to announce that three of our talented A-level and GCSE students are entering the global arts competition with their incredible art pieces. 

In partnership with the International Federation for Arts and Culture in Japan (IFAC) , United Learning submits the UK representatives to the festival, where five pieces of student-created artwork is displayed at the National Art Center in Tokyo.

The first part of voting has officially begun, which involves a simple like and share via Facebook. A photograph of each entrant's piece of work can be found within the United Learning Facebook album where they will then be ranked and scored in order of the number of likes received by 12 noon 20th of April. Lincoln Minster has seen plenty of success within this competition in the past and we would love to see the same support for our entrants this year! 

This year’s International High School Arts Festival has been the biggest yet, with over 40 submissions from 20 schools - so every like and share will be much appreciated!  

The winning artist will receive an all expenses paid trip to Japan to see their work alongside the winning pieces from all other participating countries! Our three applicants, Katie C (Year 11), James R and Finn D (Sixth form) are to be entering the international competition with their outstanding pieces below.

(Find direct links to voting pages below also). 

Screen Shot 2018-04-10 at 15.47.16Year 12 student, James R 'Vanitas' 

Click here or on the image above. Like and share to vote for James

Katie Art Comp

 'Lily' by Year 11 student Katie C.

Vote for Katie by clicking here or on the image above to like and share.

Arther by finn

'Artur' by Finn D, 6th form

Vote for Finn by clicking here or on the image above to like and share. 

Good luck to our entrants! 

Click here or on the image above, like and share to vote for Finn

For more information on Art at Lincoln Minster School, visit our website