Lion King Art Competition
The schools competed at Westshore Plaza October 11th - 13th, 2002
Paintings will be on display at Westshore Plaza from October 11th - December 12th, 2002
Paintings will be on display at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center from December 13th, 2002 - January 26th, 2003
Size: 7 - 5' x 5' canvas paintings
Artists: Students from:
Armwood High School
Berkeley Preparatory School- Second Place
Blake High School
Canterbury School of Florida
Mitchell Elementary School- First Place
Saint Raphael's Catholic School
Tampa Preparatory School- Third Place
Westshore Plaza (October 2002 - December 2002)
Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (December 2002 - January 2003 )
Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center and Westshore Plaza
Overview:"Circle of Life" Art Competition
Westshore Plaza working in conjunction with the Outdoor Arts Foundation and the Tampa Bay performing Arts Center is proud to introduce the Tampa Bay Area's first invitational art competition in celebration of the coming of Disney's The Lion King.
Art students and their teachers from Armwood High School, Berkeley Preparatory School, Blake High School, Canterbury School of Florida, Mitchell Elementary School, Saint Raphael's Catholic School and Tampa Preparatory School have answered the challenge.
Several weeks ago, these schools were given materials describing the Broadway production of Disney's The Lion King. They were asked to come up with a concept for a painting based on the "Circle of Life" theme of The Lion King.
From Friday, October 11th through Sunday, October 13th, these students and teachers will be creating original works of art on canvas. Students of all ages we're invited to participate; and, throughout the weekend, these students will be working diligently on their paintings.
On Sunday, October 13th, at 4:00 p.m. all schools will be finished with their paintings. A panel of judges will evaluate the paintings and at 5:30 p.m., the first, second and third place finishers will be announced. All paintings will remain at Westshore Plaza until December 12th at which time they will be moved to the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center for the seven-week run of The Lion King.
In May of 2003, all seven of the paintings will be auctioned off at the annual Outdoor Arts Foundation auction with proceeds going to each school and to the Foundation.