Each year, secondary schools around Perth are invited to enter three artworks each into the St George’s Art Exhibition, which showcases the best work from local students aged 16-18. Corpus Christi College congratulates the following senior school students on their selection for this year’s exhibition:
- Rachel Raphael, Year 12
- Tyler Sandon, Year 11
- Lloniq Lai, Year 11
Exhibitions are an excellent opportunity for students to see their work in a gallery format, and many students exhibited at St George’s go on to be contenders for the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia following their graduation. Art serves as an important vehicle for expression, portraying the thoughts, emotions and reflections of today’s youth. Many of the pieces in the 2017 exhibition touched upon identity, heritage, social awareness, and environmental consciousness, amongst other themes.
Rachel, Tyler, Lloniq and their classmates in Visual Arts have already commenced work on new projects. The College thanks Gaby Fabris, Julie Pannell and the Arts team for helping our students embrace their creative talents.
The chosen artworks are currently on display at St George’s Anglican Cathedral in the city through to Sunday 23 July.