Strathfield Council will hold the inaugural HSC Art Exhibition next month, showcasing the works of some of Strathfield’s most talented school students.
The HSC Art Exhibition will include the HSC major works of Visual Arts students from local high schools as well as the artworks of some Year 11 students, ranging from paintings, drawings, sculptures and printmaking.
The works will be on show at a free exhibition in the Strathfield Town Hall from December 5-10 where anyone can vote for the People’s Choice Award to win a prize.
Thursday 6 December will see the HSC Art Exhibition Opening Night for invited students, teachers, parents to come and see a series of award presentations to some of Strathfield’s most talented young artists.
The artworks will be judged by a panel comprising of the Mayor of Strathfield, a local sculpturist Mr Tevita Havea and Mrs Jae Hee Cho, Director of the Art & Design Institute who runs art classes for Koreans.
The Mayor of Strathfield, Cr Gulian Vaccari said the HSC Art Exhibition is an important new event for Council.
“Council is proud to be putting on this Art Exhibition for the first time and celebrating the creative arts and acknowledging not just the talents of the local students but also the calibre of the education facilities and staff at the schools who have nurtured these students,” he said.
“I encourage everyone in the Strathfield community to come by and view the Art Exhibition and enjoy the hours of effort that each work represents to these students. You will not be disappointed.”
The HSC Art Exhibition will award nine cash or gift voucher awards to students and their schools, as well as a lucky voter in the people’s choice award with thanks to sponsors Bendigo Bank Homebush, Strathfield Partners, Top Media, Officeworks Strathfield South, Pancakes on the Rocks North Strathfield, Outback Steakhouse North Strathfield, Eckersleys Art Supplies, Strathfield Superbowl and Coffee Warehouse Café and Deli, Homebush.