What a great night it was on the E2 Arts Floor for the 2019 Visual Arts Exhibition.

More than 100 friends, family members, staff and students gathered to celebrate the creativity of BSSC students across a broad range of subject areas, including Studio Arts, Art Fashion, Visual Communication Design, Media and Art General.

This year’s guest judge was artist and La Trobe University lecturer, Kylie Banyard, who had the unenviable task of selecting 18 award winners from the high-quality and incredibly diverse range of artwork exhibited by the Class of 2019.

Congratulations to everyone who exhibited in this year’s show.

If you couldn’t be there for tonight’s opening, make sure you get up to the E2 Arts Floor between now and October 22 to check out this amazing exhibition.

Honourable Mentions: Mabel Kean – The Box, Emily Galtieri – Burnt Perceptions, Bree Egan – Façade, Harry Seaward – Peppertree Grove
La Trobe University Visual Arts Award: Jet Mules – Untitled
Parents and Friends Award: Bek Morris – Faces
Student Leadership Team Award: Charlie Clark – Senses
Van Bar Photography Award: Sarah Maggs – Trapped
Bat City Photography Award: Emily Gower – Palawa
Margaret Standen Photography Award: Maddie Wilson – Helium of brokenness
Click Aquisitive Award: Ned Thompson – The Space Between Life and Death
ZART Visual Communication Design Awards: Jemma Curnow – The Blakely Coastal Home, Olivia Nihill – Violet Swimwear
Cavalier Visual Communication Design Awards: Ashley Lindsay – Presentation Two, Demi Grenfell – Redhanded
Statewide Sewing Superstore Award: Suey Hlaing – Black threads on tulle
Spotlight Art Fashion Award: Kip Taylor – Texture
Media Best Short Film: Max Harris – Murder 3/4

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