2017 Chief Secretary Art Competition
Finalist and Goodwood Secondary School student Shanice Ward receives a certificate from THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles.
Finalist and Speyside High School student Raeanne Roberts receives a certificate from THA Chief Administrator Raye Sandy.
Juhcelle Archie talks to THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles and Chief Administrator Raye Sandy about her piece ‘Tobago Sweet Hand.’
THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles has a chat with the winner of the 2017 art competition Shakir James of Scarborough Secondary School with his charcoal piece the ‘Arnos Vale Water Wheel.’
Unit Trust Corporation Manager Ijeoma Degale-Harry, THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, Chief Administrator Raye Sandy, Secretary of the Division of Settlements, Urban Renewal and Public Utilities Clarence Jacob, winner Shakir James, Scarborough Secondary School art teacher Jeanine Crouch, Principal of the Scarborough Secondary School Althea Alexander, Administrator of the Division of Finance and the Economy Claire Davidson-Williams pose for a group photo. Art competition winner James holds the $10, 000 cheque awarded to Scarborough Secondary School.
The Tobago Secondary Schools’ Art Competition 2017 was held yesterday (December 12) at the Anne Mitchell-Gift Auditorium of the Scarborough Library. Winner Shakir James was awarded $3, 000 in Unit Trust units, while his school Scarborough Secondary received a $10,000 cheque. The other 11 finalists received $1,500 each in Unit Trust units. Shakir topped this year’s competition with his charcoal piece ‘Arnos Vale Water Wheel’.
During the event, the 2018 Chief Secretary’s Calendar was also unveiled.