Year 12 St Joseph’s College student Lucy Benbow’s artwork, The Cycle of Fashion, is one many to go on display at the school’s VCE exhibition.KATHLEEN TONINI November 16, 2012 4:15am
St Joseph’s College VCE Studio Art, Design and Technology and Visual Communication students’ work from will be on display in the school’s chapel next week.
The exhibition opens on Monday, from 5.30pm until 7pm and a light supper will be provided.
The exhibition is then open until Thursday, daily from 9am to 4pm.
Student Lucy Benbow’s artwork, The Cycle of Fashion, is one many to go on display at the school’s VCE exhibition.
Miss Benbow said her artwork looked at how trends came back into fashion.
It features an abstract joiner lino print of an Alice McCall dress, with two large hipstamatic prints either side.
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