By Tate Papworth
A showcase of imagination, creativity and technology continues to be a yearly highlight at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College.
Each year the school’s auditorium is transformed into an art gallery for the Imagine exhibition, which showcases the work of all the college’s students.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College head of visual arts Jodie Pitruzzello said the exhibition will run until Thursday and the excitement levels are at fever pitch.
“The kids are really excited about having their work on displayed in a professional exhibition setting,” she said.
“This has now been running for over 20 years and it’s a real testament to the culture of the visual arts, design and technology here at the college and how it continues to evolve and be nurtured.”
It takes about a week to transform the auditorium into a gallery and Ms Pitruzzello said there’s plenty to see.
“It’s work produced by the students throughout the year and it’s amazing to see the changes each year.
“Something new this year is artwork produced by the year 12 students studying a school based religion and art subject.
“They’re mixed media, which is something that also continues to evolve – with new technology and software theres a lot more digital based and moving based work.”