HSC Design Exhibition

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Images (from left): Dr Paul Burgis, Cailin Pascoe, Renee Murray, Georgia Page and Georgia Perivolaris. Georgia Perivolaris and Miss Unjelique Hajjar. Year 11 Food Technology students. 

This year’s HSC Design Exhibition, showcasing major projects by Year 12 students of Design and Technology (D&T) and Textiles and Design (T&D), opened at Adelaide Perry Gallery on Thursday 21 July. Year 11 Food Technology students catered for the event providing excellent finger food and refreshments to the Gallery visitors.


2015 Art and Design Captain, Miss Unjelique Hajjar, returned as special guest speaker and to officially open the event. She shared some memories of The Croydon from her HSC year and spoke about her endeavours since embarking on studies toward a combined Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Secondary Teaching at the University of New South Wales. She congratulated the girls on their achievements. 


Head of TAS, Ms Jo Herrmann, continued the official proceedings and commended this year’s HSC D&T and T&D students on their efforts. She spoke with admiration of this year’s group for their ongoing supportiveness of one another as they work towards completing their major projects. Awards were then presented to the following students:
Textile Innovation and Outstanding Effort: Georgia Perivolaris and Georgia Page

Creative Design and Consistent Effort: Renee Murray and Cailin Pascoe


To close proceedings, Georgia Perivolaris (Art and Design Captain), Renee Murray and Cailin Pascoe, thanked The Croydon staff for their support and presentations of thanks were made to Ms Herrmann, Mrs Nastasi and Mr Paxton.


The HSC Design Exhibition 2016 continues 8.30 am – 4.00 pm weekdays until midday Friday 29 July. All welcome!

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