Fremantle Art Blast student art exhibition at Winterfold Primary School

Students Maja Archibald (Hamilton Hill), Taj Wohlleben (Hamilton Hill), Tai Wi Neera (Hilton) and Claire Baines (Hamilton Hill) with some of their work. d427708
Students Maja Archibald (Hamilton Hill), Taj Wohlleben (Hamilton Hill), Tai Wi Neera (Hilton) and Claire Baines (Hamilton Hill) with some of their work. d427708

THERE is no age too young to get a taste of exhibiting work, as the students from Winterfold Primary School will find out tomorrow when their work is put on display for the community to appreciate.

More than 300 students will have work on show for the exhibition, which was created as a way for students to be able to proudly showcase their work following the end of the Fremantle Art Blast event.

Winterfold Primary School principal Steve Berry said the exhibition was a good way for the school to nurture creative talents on top of the usual academic focus.

‘Our school seeks to address the needs and interests of all of our students,’ he said.

‘Whilst we have strong focuses on our other school priorities, many students demonstrate great talents in the visual and creative arts. Our staff are all very keen to teach their own art and have many skills in this area so it is also nice for them to showcase the results of their quality teaching.’

It will be open to all from 5pm to 7pm on October 29 at Winterfold Primary School.