The annual exhibition featured the best artworks from years 7 to 12 students across a range of techniques and styles, including two and three dimensions, and photography.
Arts faculty dean Leanne Lombardi said about 600 pieces were on display, including one from graphic artist Jon Ismailovski. ‘Jon had previously come to the college to conduct a series of workshops with Servite art students,’ she said.
‘We had pieces that ranged from lino prints, sculpture, ceramics, including an outstanding painting by Year 12 students Sarah Ring, which highlighted the effects of passive smoking on young children.’
The college’s music students also performed on the evening.