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Two transition year students from St Paul’s Secondary School in Oughterard have been selected to represent their school in this year’s Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture regional finals in the TF Royal in Castlebar on March 7.
Transition year students from Merlin College have made it through to the regional finals of the prestigious Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture competition, with its entry ‘Wildfire’, inspired by the fires in the Cloosh Valley, Connemara.
SCULPTURE AND sex, wire and wood, junk and jollity, all combine to lively and pleasurable effect in the Town Hall bar’s art exhibition by Margaret Nolan and James Fleming.
Creative students from Our Lady’s Bower Secondary School, Eleanor Dwyer, Jennifer Siak, and Emma Clarke, were announced as the overall winners at the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture Grand Final 2016 in the 3Arena, Dublin on April 14.
The Junk Kouture top prize for 2016 is coming to Athlone, after a group of students from Our Lady's Bower were crowned the overall winners in this year's fashion competition.
Bank of Ireland last Friday announced the regional finalists for Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture 2016. Now in its sixth year, Ireland’s leading fashion and art competition for secondary schools challenges students to create unique, original, and innovative outfits from recycled materials and junk. Open to students nationwide, entries for 2016 surpassed all expectations making it the biggest competition to date.
Former Bower student and Junk Kouture prizewinner, Katie Brill, will make her judging debut at the Southern Regional Final of the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture competition in Limerick on March 11, 2016, as a student judge.