Angelico Exhibition for Catholic students is a prestigious annual event on the Catholic school art calendar. Launching in August, six talented La Salle students had their work featured.
Two of our students won awards:
- Ellyssah Summers-Mack (Year 12) won the Caritas Award with her work “Dichotomy” which explored the quote by Oscar Romero “do not aspire to have more, but to be more”.
- Tamiya Morsbergen-Smith (Year 10) won a Highly Commended Award for her work “Truganini”, a homage to a Tasmanian Aboriginal woman who was a freedom fighter and the last known speaker of the Nuenonne language.
Other students featured include:
- Peyton Jenkins (Year 12) “A Cruel Game” Ceramic Sculpture, Etching and Painting,
- Sarah Kelly (Year 11) Painting “Heart of Earth”
- Sofia Jones (Year 11) “Human or Machine?” Wire Sculpture
- Lilia Steel (Year 10) Skateboard “They Deserve Life Too”.
Congratulations to all students involved in the Angelico Exhibition for their outstanding contribution and artworks.