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Thursday evening saw the official opening of our Visual Art Gallery. This was a wonderful evening for all in attendance.
We were truly blessed to engage Mr Dylan Sarra, a Taribelang artist from the Bundaberg region currently living in Brisbane for the official opening of our Visual Arts Gallery.
Visual Arts Tile Display
The Visual Arts department have been steadily working to create a collaborative installation to be unveiled during Arts Week!
The project commenced in December 2021 and has involved hundreds of our young artists collecting and imprinting textures from the college into clay tiles alongside their initials.
The project conceptualises the 2022 theme of “Known and Loved" and will be installed in the entrance to the Visual Arts courtyard. The installation will grow steadily in the years to come from this central point. In addition to these collaboarate work the Art Showcase wil feature our graduating 2022 ATAR works.
We are excited to announce a Photography and Film Competition to run as part of Arts Week. Registration to enter is now open. Contact Ms Nancy La Rosa-Elliott to collect your registration form (email@example.com). Display of all entries will run in concurrence with the Visual Arts Showcase.
Guest conductors and directors were booked to work with our Music students throughout the week of Arts Week. We were very excited to welcome to the College some outstanding musicians who are renowned for their prowess in their respective fields. We welcome Mr Paul Svoboda (About | Paulsvoboda), Mr Gordon Hughes (Gordon Hughes : Represented Artist Profile : Australian Music Centre), Ms Emma Dron (Emma Dron - About (weebly.com)), Mr Rob McWilliams (RobMcWilliams.com Home), Mr Paul Holley OAM (Paul Holley OAM - Gondwana Choirs), and Ms Justine Silk (Justine Silk Bio).
The Mt. Maria College Battle of The Rock Bands was initiated and developed by our current 2022 Music Captain, Trent Hanlon in collaboration with Mrs. Tucker and the Music Department. With $250 of awards proudly donated by Guitar Brothers, Red Hill and the opportunity to record professionally, this competition came to fruition on Tuesday 24th May in second break. The College community descended upon Enoggera Place to hear bands play Franz Ferdinand, Amy Winehouse & Mark Ronson, Imagine Dragons and Motley Crue.