Judging criteria

All student entries will be based on three key areas:

  1. Response to the theme ‘My Environment’.
  2. Originality (students must not submit artwork that has been copied).
  3. Use of art materials / overall aesthetics.

Our competition judges reserve the right to refuse any works deemed inappropriate or unsafe.


Meet our Zart Student Art Competition 2022 Judges

Tahlia Megele

Tahlia has 6 years’ experience, teaching art in both primary and secondary schools and then assisting teachers with professional development at Zart.

Lyn Rogers

Lyn has 10 years’ experience working alongside schools in various roles, assisting with resources, demonstrating materials, and providing solutions and support for development opportunities.

Tania Di Berardino

Tania has worked alongside students from early years to secondary school as well as in Special Education. She is a facilitator and developer of Zart’s professional development programs and is an artist.