A Sense of Place

 

 

 

 

Towards the start of the year, the Visual Arts team put a call out to our colleagues throughout all parts the School staff, to contribute to an exhibition dedicated to showcasing staff artworks. The response was substantial and diverse to say the least. The artworks submitted included digital photographs, a stone carving, ceramic and glass bowls, paintings, calligraphic works, an etching, a print on plaster, a wall sculpture and a collaboratively made drawing. 

 

Apart from the new insights into our staff's impressive creative and technical abilities, a highlight of the exhibition has been observing how students are genuinely struck by the display. To exhibit your work is a direct way of making your creative thinking visible. As a staff of educators, this also offers another opportunity to model a passion for making and life long learning.   

 

Many thanks to the staff who contributed to this exhibition: 

 

Garry Case

Shauna Lore

Hagit Bar-On

Zoran Taleski

Rebecca Gaida

Norman Stein

Allison Lee

Louise Heilpern

Sarah Clark

Daniel Samowitz

David Whitcombe

Helen Maynard

Julia Tritsch

Nathanael Clarke

Jennifer Selinger

Daphna Levin-Kahn

Joseph Peacock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emanuel School Visual Arts 

contemporary visual practice underpinned by our understanding of the past