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Instructions from Servants:

Irene's Rofaiel Number: (905) 617-8897

Irene's Rofaiel E-mail:

The time for art consultation if needed is Monday from 12 pm till 2 pm and Thursday from 6-8 pm through WebEx with a prior messaging to Irene.

 Click Here for Monday's Webex Meeting.

Click Here for Thursday's Webex Meeting.



  • Choose one of the projects below and make sure to relate it to the theme of the Mahragan.

    • Dry Media: Any two-dimensional work done with dry media such as pencil, pastel, crayon, charcoal, etc. or combination has to be done on paper or other flat surfaces.

    • Oil/Acrylic Painting: Any oil-based or synthetic-based (such as acrylic or alkyd) painting done on a two-dimensional surface such as canvas or hardboard (No Bristol Boards).

    • Photography: Any image created by the use of a camera, whether film or digital. Images must be printed on paper no smaller than 8x10 inches.

    • Sculpture/Carving: Three-dimensional sculptural work created by carving or modeling. Maybe figurative or non-figurative. These kinds of projects must be sturdy, properly structured, and able to free stand, the overall mark will be negatively affected if the structure is weak & flimsy.

    • Wet Media Painting: Any water-based media such as transparent watercolor, opaque watercolor, water-based tempera, or any combination of these done on a two-dimensional surface. Includes acrylic thinned down to the consistency of watercolor done on paper (No Bristol Boards).

    • Woodwork: Wood pieces formed by the use of mechanical aids such as saws, sanders, etc. This includes furniture, musical instruments, tools, toys, etc... whether functional or decorative.

    • Handcraft: Any handmade item with artistic emphasis that does not fit into any other category such as mosaic, stained glass, or pottery painting.

  • All art projects must be the original work of the presenter and should reflect his or her creative ability and cannot include any printed or copied images from books, magazines, catalogs, newspapers, the internet, etc..

  • Groups participating in the Arts activity may be represented by one or more members of the group and have one or more art projects. If there is more than one project representing the group, the higher mark will count as the group mark in Arts.

  • All work must be done by the participant. Grades will be negatively affected if the work is clearly not at the level of the participant.

  • At the final presentation, all work must be clearly labeled with the name(s) of the participant(s), their grade, Church name, and a brief explanation of the project.


  • The participant(s) are required to commit to all art competition deadlines, posted on the website. Failing to do so will result on rejecting their submission.

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