NCEA art exhibited at NorthTec

17 April 2018

NCEA art exhibited at NorthTec

The touring Top Art exhibition, featuring some of the best high school artworks in the country, will be coming to NorthTec’s Geoff Wilson Gallery for the school holidays.

The exhibition features a selection of NCEA Level 3 visual arts portfolios that achieved Excellence last year.

The annual display, which travels around New Zealand, provides inspiration to secondary school arts students covering the five available streams of study – design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

Top Art creates an opportunity for students and their teachers to understand the standard of work required to achieve a mark of Excellence, by viewing the top portfolios from 2017.

It is also a chance for members of the public to view the high quality of art created in secondary schools.

The works will be on display in the Geoff Wilson Gallery from Wednesday, 18 April to Friday, 27 April.

The gallery is open for public viewing on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 10am and 4pm. Anyone interested in attending the exhibition outside the normal opening hours can contact the gallery via


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