Inter House Art aims to make students think out of the box and interpret their House’s chosen theme in original, creative and thought-provoking ways. This year, the Houses chose the themes of Perspective, Aqua, Emotion and Fantasy to base their exhibitions around. Some of the many highlights were Rahul Jordashe’s brilliant photographs taken from different perspectives, Fleming’s melting ice sculpture to comment on global warming, and Hillary’s work based on ‘sadness’, ‘happiness’, ‘anger’, ‘fear’ and ‘mixed emotions’. The competition was judged by well-known Sri Lankan artist, Michael Antonisz, who was overwhelmed by the quality and variety of the work on show. Congratulations to individual winners Sara Naseem and Jithvan Ariyaratne, and overall winners, Armstrong.

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