Twelve students participated in the exhibition exploring an exciting and diverse range of topics and materials. The scale of art projects was ambitious, as students applied their concepts to a body of work driven by highly relevant, engaging and relatable issues. Indeed, this year all school students had to deal with many challenges and uncertainty and at Faith, this transpired into highly thought-provoking art projects including an interactive wardrobe installation, innovative photography and three-dimensional collage, mixed media installations, paintings, drawings and pyrography. The Design projects included professionally printed playing cards, a travel-inspired journal and accessories, ladies swimwear collection, fashionable dog clothing range and gift wrapping designs. Themes recognised environmental issues such as drought, deforestation, endangered aquatic species and ocean pollution. The impact of social media and domestic violence on women and children, anxiety and mental health inspired a range of compelling responses, all amplified as a result of the global pandemic.
Congratulations to the 2020 Year 12 Visual Arts Award recipients
Excellence in Art: Jordi Wilksch (Year 11 student)
Excellence in Design: Nicholas Crockett
Art Acquisition Prize: Ruby Schutz, for her painting Trying Times. This painting will be displayed in the Middle and Senior School Front Reception at Faith Lutheran College for the next twelve months.
People’s Choice Awards: Favourite Artist: Jemma Linke Designer: Isabel Nietschke
Visual Arts Village Quiz Winner: To be announced in Week 4
A selection of these works will be on display at the Barossa Regional Gallery as part of the Barossa Year 12 Art Exhibition which also features works from Nuriootpa High School until Saturday 14 November.