Thursday, 10 February 2022
NORTHERN Tablelands MP Adam Marshall has today congratulated nine local 2021 HSC students who have had their major Visual Arts, Drama and Design works selected for display in three prestigious exhibitions this year.
Mr Marshall said the students should be proud of what they had achieved – not only completing the HSC in a year like no other, but producing work of such high quality.
“To have nine works selected across ARTEXPRESS, OnSTAGE and Texstyle is an outstanding achievement, not only for the students but also their hard working teachers who supported their journey,” Mr Marshall said.
“Well done to each of you for this achievements, especially in a challenging HSC year.
“Emily Pischke (Inverell High School), Madison Suttie (Moree Secondary College), Georgia Butler (PLC Armidale), Montana Newberry (Glen Innes High School), Matthew Pinthong-Phuangphu (Macintyre High School) and Amber Leitner (Armidale Secondary College) have all had their major Visual Arts projects included in ArtExpress.
“Amber Leitner (Armidale Secondary College) has also had her Drama work included as part of the OnSTAGE showcase, while the major works of Madison Suttie (Moree Secondary College) and Georgia Luchich (O’Connor Catholic College) have been included in the Textyle program.
“Again, I congratulate each of these students on their passion and drive, creating works which both themselves and their communities should be proud of.”
Mr Marshall said ARTEXPRESS would be at Moree’s Bank Art Museum between 14 April and 25 June.
“Having the best HSC artworks from across NSW on show in Moree is a real coup and I hope the community takes a moment to visit and enjoy the exhibition,” he said.
“I encourage everyone to keep an eye out for when all these exhibitions will be on show and to get along and be inspired by the exceptional work being done by our up and coming creatives.”
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2022 HSC public exhibitions:
|Art Gallery of NSW||3 February||24 April|
|Bank Art Museum, Moree||14 April||25 June|
|Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Arts Centre at Murwillumbah||22 July||18 September|
|Seymour Centre||14 February||18 February|
|Seymour Centre||15 February||17 February|
|City Recital Hall||21 February||22 February|
|Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences||4 March||14 August|