Winners of the 2012 Colorearte competition “Regalo Color a Chile” (I give color to Chile)

On October 29, the winners of the ninth version of this dyeing competition for schools were chosen. Students from all schooling levels across Chile made sculptures with dyed textiles, as well as the design of an entrepreneurship project.

Organized by Anilinas Montblanc, Fundación Mustakis and our foundation, the 2012 Colorearte competition had 3 winners per category, with a total of 9 winners for this unique dyeing contest of our country.

This year the jury of the dyeing contest consisted of: Patricia Reutter, General Manager of Anilinas Montblanc; George Anastassiou, CEO of Fundación Mustakis; Madeline Hurtado, Director of our foundation; Federico Sánchez, Director of the Creative Campus of Andrés Bello University; Andrés Vio, visual artist; Cristián López member of the Entrepreneurs Association of Chile, and Cristián Valdés, General Manager of Amercanda.

The award-winning works were:

Category A (1st to 4th grade):  King’s School, Escuela Artística Isaías Guevara Soto (4th grade) and Juanita Fernandez Solar  School(4th grade)

Category B (5th to 8th grade): Instituto Nacional Jose Miguel Carrera (7th grade), Santa Catalina de Siena (5th grade), Maria Auxiliadora de Santiago (8th grade)

Category C (Secondary Education): Liceo Eugenio Maria de Hosstos (3rd year), Manquecura CDLV School (4th year), Alonso de Quintero School (3rd year)

This year the participating groups created a piece of textile sculpture from clothes dyed with anilines, representing the feature they like best about the place where they live to make a present of it to a student from another region.

The jury was made up by: George Anastassiou, CEO of Fundación Mustakis; Patricia Reutter, General Manager of Anilinas Montblanc; Federico Sánchez, Director of the Creative Campus of Andrés Bello University; Madeline Hurtado, Director of our foundation; Andrés Vio, visual artist; Cristián López member of the Entrepreneurs Association of Chile, and Cristián Valdés, General Manager of Amercanda.


On October 29, the winners of the ninth version of this dyeing competition for schools were chosen. Students from all schooling levels across Chile made sculptures with dyed textiles, as well as the design of an entrepreneurship project.

30/10/2012

Organized by Anilinas Montblanc, Fundación Mustakis and our foundation, the 2012 Colorearte competition had 3 winners per category, with a total of 9 winners for this unique dyeing contest of our country.

This year the jury of the dyeing contest consisted of: Patricia Reutter, General Manager of Anilinas Montblanc; George Anastassiou, CEO of Fundación Mustakis; Madeline Hurtado, Director of our foundation; Federico Sánchez, Director of the Creative Campus of Andrés Bello University; Andrés Vio, visual artist; Cristián López member of the Entrepreneurs Association of Chile, and Cristián Valdés, General Manager of Amercanda.

The award-winning works were:

Category A (1st to 4th grade):  King’s School, Escuela Artística Isaías Guevara Soto (4th grade) and Juanita Fernandez Solar  School(4th grade)

Category B (5th to 8th grade): Instituto Nacional Jose Miguel Carrera (7th grade), Santa Catalina de Siena (5th grade), Maria Auxiliadora de Santiago (8th grade)

Category C (Secondary Education): Liceo Eugenio Maria de Hosstos (3rd year), Manquecura CDLV School (4th year), Alonso de Quintero School (3rd year)

This year the participating groups created a piece of textile sculpture from clothes dyed with anilines, representing the feature they like best about the place where they live to make a present of it to a student from another region.

The jury was made up by: George Anastassiou, CEO of Fundación Mustakis; Patricia Reutter, General Manager of Anilinas Montblanc; Federico Sánchez, Director of the Creative Campus of Andrés Bello University; Madeline Hurtado, Director of our foundation; Andrés Vio, visual artist; Cristián López member of the Entrepreneurs Association of Chile, and Cristián Valdés, General Manager of Amercanda.

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