Students have been exploring how media representations are constructed through codes and conventions. One of the topics covered was experimenting with new media technologies and manipulating messages in media. Here are some great examples of Re-Mixed Film Posters using Adobe Photoshop.
Last year Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander students collaborated with Phil Murray, then Koorie Education Support Officer, and Sarah Perry to create a contemporary mural. This mural is a reminder of past, present and future Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and to recognise the rich Aboriginal heritage of the region and acknowledge the Wurundjeri Willum Clan of the Kulin nations as the traditional custodians of this land.
Year 12 Art students visited the Bendigo Art Gallery to see the works of Patricia Piccinini and Ben Quilty. Students studied Piccinini's sculpture 'We Are Family' in Year 11. Piccinini is a contemporary artist whose troubling depictions of transgenic life portray many of the complex ethical issues around bioengineering. This year students studied Ben Quilty’s work 'Smashed'. Quilty is undoubtedly one of Australia’s best-known and highly regarded contemporary painters.
A limited number of places have become available for any last minute additions to this tour.
Cost: $5900.00 (includes airfares, taxes, travel insurance, accommodation, daily breakfast & English speaking guide)
Dates: September 7th – 21st 2015
Attractions: Visit Paris, Chateau Versailles, Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Villers Bretonneux (Australian War Memorial & museum), Normandy, Saint Malo, Tours and Chartres.
The Student Leaders from the College were invited to march in the ANZAC Day Parade in Whittlesea again this year. It was a great privilege to be able to be a part of this special day of commemoration, particularly in the 100th year. Wreaths were laid on behalf of the College by Nicholas Spriggs, Brandon Burrowes, Alyssa Gornelle, Joshua Blair and Jackon Abeling. Joining these students in the march were Anastasia Avramopolous, Mikayla Gibbons, Will Kilby and Jack Adams.
The Performing Arts Department has had a busy start to term 2 with three music performances.
As part of their folio outcomes, Year 11 Art students were asked to find ways to represent characteristics of themselves in their work.
Linus Kay, Shannon Coburn and Nathan Hocking have used a variety of media, techniques and processes to give meaning to their work. Each has developed a way to say something about themselves through a visual medium.
Hi, I'm Corey Kelly, School Council President, I'd like to welcome you all back to term two.
There are a few things I'd like to update you on; some just for information, others that we are seeking your support and assistance with.
Social Media, Bullying, Harassment & Defamation
Welcome back Senior School students and parents! We hope you had a restful break and that students used the opportunity to revise and study, to be confidently beginning the new term. Term 2 is a very busy time with the completion of Units 1 & 3, mid year exams, the General Achievement Test (GAT), reports and the beginning of Units 2 & 4. Please take note of the following important dates.
St Kilda Mums is an organisation that helps single parents by giving them donated baby goods. Anyone who would like to or is able to can donate items at the College, or students can bring the items to the VCE Centre. The following list outlines what the charity group are currently looking for: