St Stephen’s School: Talent on display at Synthesis and Fusion art exhibitions

Year 12 student Madison Davies from St Stephen's School in Duncraig.
Year 12 student Simone Brandsch won the Principal's Acquisition Award for Carramar.
Tristan Crossley spent three terms making these bedside lamps for Synthesis.
Year 5 student Diya Shar, who won the Junior Art Acquisition Award for Carramar, with Carramar head of primary Darnelle Pretorius.
Carramar staff Rosalea Cameron, Mark Batten and Stephen Meagher enjoying the talent at Fusion.
Artwork adorning the walls at Fusion.
Year 12 student Madison Davies from St Stephen's School in Duncraig. Year 12 student Simone Brandsch won the Principal's Acquisition Award for Carramar. Tristan Crossley spent three terms making these bedside lamps for Synthesis. Year 5 student Diya Shar, who won the Junior Art Acquisition Award for Carramar, with Carramar head of primary Darnelle Pretorius. Carramar staff Rosalea Cameron, Mark Batten and Stephen Meagher enjoying the talent at Fusion. Artwork adorning the walls at Fusion.

ST Stephen’s School was abuzz with activity recently as parents, students and friends checked out the creative talent on display at the opening night of the school’s annual Synthesis and Fusion art exhibitions.

More than 1000 people attended the Carramar and Duncraig evening events which showcased primary and secondary students’ artworks, including paintings, sculptures and furniture created throughout the year.

A short film festival run in conjunction with ECU was added to the Synthesis evening line-up, which also attracted creative entries from students across Perth.

“Each year we are astonished by the level of skill, creativity and artistic flair on display,” acting principal Donella Beare said.

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