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14-year-old Pinay student holds art exhibit in Australia

August 20, 2012 4:30pm
The artworks of 14-year-old Filipina Kelsy Marie Senturias were selected for display in the annual "Step into the Limelight-Voyage Art Exhibition" in Australia, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said.

The DFA said Kelsy is the daughter of Priscilla Senturias, Records and Communication Officer of the Philippine Embassy in Australia.

A  Year 9 student at the Stromlo High School in Canberra, Kelsy chose her younger sister Kaithlyn Marian, as the subject of her acrylic painting,

Kelsy emphasized her sister’s sporting and musical interests, such as handball and the xylophone, as the focus of her paintings, the DFA said.

The exhibit was organized by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Education and Training Directorate.

The DFA said the exhibit was officially opened at the Australian National University (ANU) School of Art Foyer Gallery on August 8 and ran until August 18.
The exhibit includes over 150 artworks representing students from 25 ACT public schools. - VVP, GMA News
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