HSC Visual Arts students recognised

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Congratulations to HSC Visual Arts students Alice Chui, Alexandra Kah, Jacqueline Meng, Josie Potter and Amy Yu, whose works have been retained by BOSTES (Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards) for possible inclusion in Artexpress. The exhibition showcases NSW students’ achievements in HSC Visual Arts each year. Well done girls!


Clockwise from top left: Amy Yu Into the Light (detail), Alexandra Kah The Delusterant (detail), Jacqueline Meng Collection of worlds, Alice Chui The Camera Eats First (detail) and Josie Potter Back to the Future. 

 

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