News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda –Kathy Lynn Simmons, JP, MP, Attorney-General, and Minister of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Reform, is pleased to announce the Mirrors Annual Art & Digital Competition winners.  At a virtual ceremony, she shared these welcoming remarks: “Thank you for joining us here today to celebrate the talent and creativity of those who participated in the competition, hosted in partnership with the Mirrors Alumni and Friends Association.”

This year’s theme was ‘Embracing our Differences’, Diversity and Inclusion.  This theme allowed our budding artists to express the creation of a Bermuda where differences are embraced and individuality celebrated. The exhibit ran from July to August at the Rick Fairies Gallery, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda, displaying 131 submissions.

The winning categories were selected by three community judges for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards at the primary, middle and high school levels. The “People’s Choice” awards for primary, middle and senior school levels were decided by the public vote during the exhibit. Schools received $6450 in prize money, and students received $7,690 in prizes.

The names of the category winners are below.

The 3rd Place winners were:

Primary – Annabelle Weaver – Somersfield

Middle – William Adams – Mount Saint Agnes

High School – Arrianna Smith – Mount Saint Agnes

The 2nd Place winners were:

Primary – Sophia Lindo – Purvis Primary

Middle – Emma Sampson-Pitt –Bda High School

High School – William Brackstone – Mount Saint Agnes

The 1st Place winners were:

Primary – Seri Fisher – Warwick Academy

Middle – Lily Canes – Bermuda High School

High School – Indio Francis – Bermuda Institute

The Individual Digital Art winners were:

3rd – Ashley Horseman – Mount Saint Agnes

2nd – Ayanna Penniston – Mount Saint Agnes Academy

1st – Taylor Rego – Mount Saint Agnes Academy

Group Digital Art winner:

St Davids Primary School

The People’s Choice winners were:

Primary – Natalie Moniz – Purvis Primary

Primary -King-Klos Arorash – Somersfield Academy

Primary – Timothy Pearman – Purvis Primary

Middle – Xion Smith – Dellwood Middleschool

High School – Indio Francis – Bermuda Institute

Digital Award – St. David’s Primary School

School Prizes:

Bermuda High School                                    $1,250.00

Bermuda Institute                                               750.00

Mount Saint Agnes                                           1,800.00

Purvis Primary                                                    500.00

Somersfield Academy                                         350.00

Warwick Academy                                              750.00

St David’s                                                         1,050.00

The Mirrors Programme thanks Athene Life Re as the major sponsor of this event, Masterworks and the Mirrors Alumni for their continued support.

For more information regarding information for this year’s Art Competition or to volunteer for the next cycle of Mirrors programming, please contact Mirrors Programme at 294-9291 or send an email to