Visual Arts

Faculty Aims:

Visual Arts aims to provide every child with a stimulating creative experience which allows them to express their individuality and a multitude of ways. We aim to provide a relevant and meaningful curriculum and use industry standard equipment and materials. 

Courses Offered:

Yr 7 Mandatory Visual Arts

Yr 8 Mandatory Visual Arts and Elective Visual Arts

Yr 9 Elective Visual Arts, Photography and Digital Imaging and Visual Design

Yr 10 Elective Visual Arts, Photography and Digital Imaging and Visual Design

Yr 11 Elective Visual Arts, Photography, Video and Digital Imaging and Visual Design

Yr 12 Elective Visual Arts, Photography, Video and Digital Imaging and Visual Design

Extension Courses and Activities:

Visual Arts run a Gifted and Talented Program which can be applied for via the GAT enrolment form located in the Enrolment pages of this website.
The programs offers students extension experiences via after school workshops, special GAT excursions and during regular class time via a specifically trained Gifted and Talented Teacher.
We also facilitate the running of Jewelry Club and Refugee Art Projects. along with whole school art and community projects which vary year to year. Examples of these projects can be seen around the school and include the sculpture in the Parnaby Garden, the Multicultural Totems near the from gate and the daycare centre mural.

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Significant Success in 2015:

We were pleased to showcase our junior Students work in the first external exhibition which was held at the University of Western Sydney Bankstown Campus in May this year. 
Samantha Ma Yr 12 students' HSC artwork was selected for ARTexpress and exhibited at the Amoury at Sydney Olympic Park in Feburary this year.
Sandy Deng was also selected for ARTexpress and her HSC Artwork will be exhibited in Bega this year.

Gifted and Talented Project 2016 Remembrance Day Poppies
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Artexpress Nominees 2015
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Instant Art Exhibition at The University of Western Sydney.
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