Chisholm Catholic College student talent on show in art exhibition

01 November 2021

The Chisholm Catholic College community celebrated student creativity and talent recently with the 2021 Practical and Creative Arts Exhibition.

The exhibition kicked off with an opening ceremony on Monday, 18 October, with 75 students recognised for exemplary work, and awards presented in the learning areas of Business and Information Technology, Home Economics, Visual Arts, Media and Photography.

Year 12 student, Antonia Macri, was awarded the Tina Sacino Award for Most Promising Senior Artist.

The College also inaugurated a special award, the Tina Sacino Award for the Most Promising Senior Artist, named in honour of a beloved staff member who passed away in 2020.

Tina Sacino made a significant contribution to Arts education at the College and had a positive impact for staff and students alike, and members of her family attended the opening ceremony to see the award named in her honour presented.

Parents and family members, students and guests attended opening night, with food and drink service provided by Home Economics students, and Chisholm’s Got Talent finalists returning from study leave for an energetic musical performance.

The College hosted their annual Grandparents’ Morning during the week the exhibition was open to the community, with Year 7 Grandparents enjoying the opportunity to admire the work on display.

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