Visual Arts Program

Our Visual Arts Program is a wonderful way for our students to explore their creative sides, with the help of our very talented Visual Arts Teacher, Mrs Penny Allibon. Mrs Allibon has extremely creative ideas, which flows through to her lessons, helping our students continue to be engaged and enthusiastic at each lesson, freely developing their artistic abilities. Students’ artwork is proudly displayed throughout our school, as well as being exhibited during our biannual art exhibition.

Our students pride themselves on their artwork, with each individual ability being celebrated. Our Visual Arts Program assists students in building a greater understanding of all varieties of art concepts, through  creative investigation of historical and contemporary art, artistic elements and processes. A variety of mediums are used throughout the program, such as colour, line, texture, shape, and space, which supports students in engaging in art, with the possibility of continuing their interest outside of the classroom.

See our students’ most recent work (during remote learning) below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Over the years our school has participated in the Arty Farty Festival in Heidelberg. Recently, we proudly won “Best School” with our contribution in the Arty Farty Parade, which is a fabulous achievement. Our students, parents, and staff immerse themselves in the parade, showing off creative costumes and handmade large prop items.

We are very proud to announce some of our students’ artwork has been chosen, over the years, to be exhibited in the Zart Art Student Gallery, Box Hill. Our students have been asked to depict their version of George Braque’s musical instrument artwork, using water colours and collage, and also Monet’s Flowers using oil pastels, scratched textures and blended colour. The artwork produced demonstrates the talent of our students and the quality of our Visual Arts Program. Please contact us if you would like more information about our Visual Arts Program.

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