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Art Teacher, Stacia Pitt, returned from Nassau on February 14 with two of her students, Mario Murphy and Jason Louis holding trophies received for Abaco Central High School’s first place in the 16th Visual Arts Exhibition, Family Islands category.

Abaco Central High School placed first in the 16th Visual Arts Exhibition in Nassau

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Art Teacher, Stacia Pitt, returned from Nassau on February 14 with two of her students, Mario Murphy and Jason Louis holding trophies received for Abaco Central High School’s first place in the 16th Visual Arts Exhibition, Family Islands category. 

The trio who represented Abaco Central High School and their art class, attended the award ceremony that took place on February 13 at the Mall of Marathon, New Providence.

Ms. Pitt’s class had participated in twenty four arts and crafts categories including drawing, painting, calligraphy, textile, weaving, shell crafts and photography among others, sending the students work to Nassau on the Mail Boat “Legacy” to be entered in the competition.

The art show put together by the Department of Education, was exhibited at the mall of Marathon for the public to see.

Ms. Pitt’s class is a very industrious one, with students experimenting in many media.

Its success in Nassau followed another first place award received at the end of January by Levaughn Forbes who received the Bahamas National Trust Fund award for his video “Pictures of Abaco Backyards” entered in the Arts for the Parks Exhibition.

Eight New Providence schools and four Family Islands schools participated in The 16th Visual Arts Exhibition, under the theme “Exploring the wonders of Art and Design”. The event  was sponsored by RBC FINCO.

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