Exhibition closes 24th March


Don’t miss this opportunity to ventured over to our Regional Gallery on the banks of the Nepean River to see our students’ artworks as part of the Ideal Home Exhibition. The works have been on display since December with the exhibition coming to a close on March 24th.

Twelve months in the planning, Year 9 and 11 Photography and Digital Media students from St. Dominic’s College and Caroline Chisholm College developed their photographic works in response to the local environment. “Home’’ was a collaborative project inspired by workshops lead by contemporary multidisciplinary artist Khaled Sabsabi.

The digitally manipulated photographic works explore eclectic views of domestic streets in Penrith and surrounding suburbs. Images of houses were manipulated, mirrored, and faceted into a kaleidoscope reminiscent of the changing paradigm in our local environment. The large wallpaper work enabled all students involved in this unique project to be featured. A silent film portrays the student voice in their dialogue of what a home means to them.

We are very proud of our students and the quality of their work. Congratulations to all students from St. Dominic’s who are part of this exhibition.

Zeeshan Ajmal, Montell Asiata, Justin Balasa, Levi Baldacchino, Ethan Baxter, Richmond Boateng, Harley Choice, Thomas Coey, Joseph Curry, Kunwarpreet Dua, Callum Francica, Cruize Hill, Callan Kean, Bailey King, Ethan Klein, Dylan Martin, Isabel Martin, Harrison Moss, Tristan Mulder, James Prichard, Phillip Saito.

Mr. Lewis – Visual Arts Coordinator – St. Dominic’s College