Creative Arts success at Caroline Chisholm College

Kayla Galea, Caption: Kayla Galea’s ARTEXPRESS piece 21st Century Afterlife.
Kayla Galea, Caption: Kayla Galea’s ARTEXPRESS piece 21st Century Afterlife.


Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).

 ARTEXPRESS is an annual exhibition of exemplary artworks created by students for the HSC examination in Visual Arts. Nominated students included Kayla Galea, Cara Pemble, Tysha Parashko, Brooke Tavares, Kristy Tebbutt and Sarah Toan. Four students were selected for the final ARTEXPRESS exhibitions. 

Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).
Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).


Students and their work who were exhibited in ARTEXPRESS:

Kayla Galea: 21st Century Afterlife, Ceramics, to be exhibited at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre
Cara Pemble:  Megapolis, Printmaking, to be exhibited at Margaret Whitlam Galleries, University of Western Sydney
Brooke Tavares: Those Crazy Kids, Ceramics, to be exhibited at The Armory, Sydney Olympic Park
Kristy Tebbutt: In Memorium: The Cumberland Plain, to be exhibited at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

Brooke Tavares, Caption: Brooke Tavares’s ARTEXPRESS piece Those Crazy Kids, Ceramics.
Brooke Tavares, Caption: Brooke Tavares’s ARTEXPRESS piece Those Crazy Kids, Ceramics.


Visual Arts teacher Karen King said Creative Arts students at Caroline Chisholm College were very successful in this year’s HSC examinations. 

‘Two students in Drama, Chloe Sheridan and Ebony Humphrey also received Band 6s and the cohort overall was 10 marks above the state mean,’ Karen said. ‘Seven Visual Arts students received Band 6 in their final marks’.

'Music students were also rewarded with outstanding marks in their HSC Results,' she said. 'Three students received Band 6s and the remaining six students received Band 5 results.' 
 
In Dance, three students were nominated for Callback for four works in the Dance Examination; Core Performance, Major Study Performance and Major Study Composition components. 

HSC Dance student Michaela Clark
HSC Dance student Michaela Clark


HSC dance student Michaela Clarke was nominated for both her Core Performance and her Major Study Performance works. 

Year 12 student Tysha Parashko was nominated for her Major Study Composition.
Year 12 student Tysha Parashko was nominated for OnStage for her Individual Project: Performance.

Year 12 student Tysha Parashko was nominated for her Major Study Composition. 

HSC Dance student Tayla Hui
HSC Dance student Tayla Hui


Year 12 student Tayla Hui was nominated for her Major Study Performance work and received a Band 6 for her Dance results overall.

Year 12 student Tysha Parashko was nominated for her Major Study Composition.
Year 12 student Tysha Parashko was nominated for OnStage for her Individual Project: Performance.


In Drama, Tysha Parashko was nominated for “Onstage” for her Individual Project Performance The company of wolves. Tysha was also nominated for the HSC showcase exhibitions for each of her three Creative Arts subjects. 

Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).
Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).