The Art, Design and Technology Extravaganza opened with huge success on Wednesday night and provided the 300+ crowd an extensive variety of artworks, created by students from Kindergarten through to Year 12.
The Villa Paloma (Senior Arts and Technology Centre) was the setting and perfect backdrop for the students’ artwork which filled every wall and room creating a broad array of visually engaging pieces. Robotics, fashion and textiles through to sculptures, multi-media and woodwork plus so many more pieces are on show until the 8th of November.
On the opening night guest artist and Christian College graduate- Hannah Pearson officially opened the Extravaganza and encouraged the crowd of families and students to always follow their passion within the arts.
For the first year, the Extravaganza will hold a 'Make and Create’ experience on Saturday 8th November.
This day aims to provide the whole family, young and old with a chance to reconnect to the joy of creating, making and doing. There will be a range of activities that are hands on experiences and also opportunities to get a more detailed presentation and explanation of the technologies and processes being used by our students in the faculty.
Entry: Gold Coin donation
The Art Design and Technology faculty are to be congratulated on organising such a professional event.
Well done to all the students who made sure their pieces of work were completed and were of such a high quality for the display.
The Christian College community are so proud of the students and their Art, Technology & Design pieces that are on display and encourage the public to enjoy the show while it is open.
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