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Hutchins Visual Arts graduates inspire new crop of talent

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Flinders Johnston ('12), Stereographic photograph - 360 photographs stitched together to make a sphere, 2012.

Our Visual Arts program has gone from strength to strength and feedback on enrolment tours reveals more and more boys come to Hutchins to experience the outstanding teaching, encouragement and support for widely varying styles.

2012 Leaver James Mcleod has some inspiring words for 2013 students of Art:

“At Hutchins, the Visual Arts have always been a strong creative force and this legacy of diversity and innovation, coupled with technique and skill, has continued on throughout 2012. The strength of Art at Hutchins will surely continue to evolve, due to the enthusiasm of supportive and inspiring teachers, coupled with the zeal of students, keen to engage in another year of creation.”

Co-ordinator of Art Rachelle Robinson says:

“We were delighted that six students, 28 artworks in total, were selected for the ArtRage Exhibition from the Art Production and Art Studio Practice courses for 2012. This success is testament to the talented students enrolled in Art and the dedicated Art team that have taught these boys for many years. I would like to sincerely congratulate Peter Graver (’12) for being selected Examiner’s Choice by TQA in Art Studio Practice. This accolade is presented to the student whose work rated the best in Tasmania.”

To learn more about how Hutchins provides opportunities for boys to become their best, we invite you to contact our Enrolments Assistant on 03 6221 4236 who will be delighted to assist you with your enquiry, provide you with further details or arrange a tour so that you may see our school in action. Read more…