The popular Culture@Kearsney art exhibition and photographic competition – part of Kearsney College’s Centenary Year – will be combined at the photographic prizegiving on Tuesday 8 June, allowing artists and photographers to view each other’s talent. The deadline for submitting entries is this Friday, 21 May 2021.

FEATURE IMAGE: South African culture Photo by Mbali Mkhize

The images published here are from last year’s competition. HIGH SCHOOL AND PRIMARY SCHOOL children are eligible to enter.


Chop ChopPhoto by Thomas van der Hoven – a previous winner in the Environmental portrait category.


Young high and primary school photographers are urged to start submitting their entries in the various categories of Documenting our Lives, as the deadline is this Friday, 21 May.

The SEVEN categories for high school photographers are Wildlife, Objects in Space, People Portrait in black and white, A Moment to Remember, Fashion, Architecture and Dusk to Dawn.


Portrait with horsesPhoto by Leo Baber – a previous winning entry in the People category.


The TWO Categories for primary school photographers are Garden Life and Objects in Space.

There is no limitation on the camera equipment which can be used, as long as it is capable of producing an image of at least 1mb in size.

The competition encourages photographers to use their mobile devices (iPad, tablet, cell phone or Go‐Pro) or DSLR cameras.


Fashion – Colour Concept – Photo by Se Gcaba


All images submitted must be originals and have been taken since 1 August last year (2020).

Rules and details for the competition are available on and winners stand a chance of winning great prizes.

The judging panel comprises independent leaders in the visual arts industry who have no affiliation to Kearsney or any school that submits work.


Wildlife – Narcissus Photo by Branson Meaker


The annual Culture@Kearsney programme is a celebration of the vibrant and dynamic arts scene in KZN schools.

It aims to enrich the development of the arts in all its forms – including one-act plays, poetry, dance and a choral festival.


Wildlife – SpiderPhoto by Kevin Meyer website and social media thanks the outstanding #HalfwayToyota #Howick dealership and its general manager Brandon Brokensha for their support. I cannot do this alone. And why not give Brandon a call at 083 514 1089.


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