24 September 2018

Visual arts


Students at Yuluma have the opportunity to develop their skills, ideas, understanding and appreciation of Visual Arts through engaging in the Visual Arts program.

Year 1 to 6 students attend weekly classes where they create artworks using a range of mediums.  Throughout the year art projects include drawing, painting, print making, sculpture, ceramics and textiles.

Students have the opportunity to enter local and state wide art awards and to have their work included in the schools annual art exhibition.

Each year selected students are invited to attend “Sculptures by the Sea” to view the artworks and meet an exhibited artist and participate in the artist’s workshop.

The use of resources such as the interactive whiteboard, laptops and iPads enhance students learning and access to programs and materials provided by major art galleries around the world.

Artworks that children have created both individually and as a group project are displayed around the school.  Students work is exhibited in the school grounds, the school foyer, the art room and classrooms.

Student’s achievements are regularly recognized at assemblies and in the school newsletter.

Carmel Reilly
Art Teacher

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