Black History Month Art Competition 2023

Year 12 student wins TSAT Art Competition

November 10, 2023 08:49am

Huge congratulations to Sara in Year 12 who has won 1st Place in the TSAT Black History Month Art Competition 2023 for her work entitled 'Saluting Our Sisters'.  This is a fantastic achievement from a very talented artist who won 2nd place in the competition last year. 

Sara has described her brilliant digital portrait: 

“For this year's art competition, I chose to create a digital art portrait of Rosa Parks. 

Rosa Parks' courageous act of civil disobedience had a profound and lasting impact on Black History and the broader struggle for civil rights in the United States. Her legacy serves as a reminder of the power of individual actions in the face of injustice and the importance of perseverance in the fight for equality, which is why I believe she is most suitable for the theme of 'Saluting Our Sisters'. 

Rosa Parks had a significant and lasting impact on Black history and the broader civil rights movement in the United States. Her refusal to give up her seat to a white person on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama on December 1st, 1955, was a pivotal moment in the struggle for civil rights and racial equality.”