Our Year 9 bunch of G and T kids have certainly left the best until last. In a highly charged and energetic after school club they let rip into these innovative 'drawings' - created by a torch and a camera in a blackout environment.
Many of the images are based on a scene from a film or a musical - so see if you can spot the links. For our students this was the third 'Enrichment' activity which was designed to extend their understanding of Art and Design and to introduce them to a technique that they had not encountered previously. Hard copies of their ideas will be printed off and exhibited in the Melbourne Arts Festival.
All the Art staff would like to take this opportunity to give the group a massive 'Thank You' for your hard work, cooperation - and by the way - good fun - at the after school clubs. Thanks Miss Shipley for getting everything organised (including the drinks and bics).
On behalf of staff members: Mrs Johnson, Mrs Callcut, Miss Bailey, Mrs Shipley, Mr Haggett, Mr Lewin, Miss Bailey and Mrs Jones....
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