The annual Young in Art exhibition was held on Tuesday 30 October at Hunters Hill Town Hall.
It was a wonderful showcase of works by students within the Hunters Hill municipality from Kindergarten to Year 12. MSCW submitted a variety of work across all years and were successful in winning a number of Prizes on the night.
Amy Ryan (class of 2017) won First Prize for her drawing ‘We Walked Our Land Before Others’, which will be framed and displayed in at Council for the year.
Claudia Desa Pesic (class of 2017) was runner-up in the Secondary Division with her series of oil paintings ‘All in Perspective’. Venetia Cameron (class of 2017) received Highly Commended for her beautiful paintings – ‘Treasures’ with Ellen Campey (Year 11) receiving a Commended award for her Margaret Preston inspired appropriation named ‘Black and White Jug’. Sophie Jallian (Year 11) was awarded a Highly Commended for her powerful sculpture ‘Rise’.
Congratulations to the following students who had works exhibited in the Young in Art exhibition:
Tiana Ye, Chezqah Agnir, Angelina Allen, Lauren McGregor, Kiera Marcellino, Antonia Reitano, Azurea Carabetta, Zalina Yammine, Bethany Zaborski, Chloe Metzker, Georgia Vasallo, Zoe Pheeney, Lara Shaheen, Taliesia Finocchiaro, Annalisa Galluzzo, Alyssa Evans, Lucy Williamson, Isha Degun, Alyssa simpson, Alana Palmiotto, Emma Edwards, Greta Hayes, Rachel Harris, Natasha Vithana, Ellen Campey, Victoria Hernandez-Rodriguez, Lauren Stevenson, Helena, Muno-Prieto, Alessia Napoli, Mia Chahoud and Sophie Jallian.
A special mention must me made to the Year 11 Visual Arts class students who volunteered their time to serve food to the many attendees at the exhibition’s opening.