Recently, we welcomed back our senior Arts students to on-campus learning, while our 7-10 students returned to Remote Learning. It is an exciting time as we not only get to see our VCE Studio Arts, Media, Music and VCD students excel in the classroom, but thanks to the fact that students can now have their cameras on during Remote Learning, we also have so many fantastic opportunities to extend and expand on what we can do during our junior art, drama, music and VCD lessons. We can’t wait to see what amazing pieces of work are created throughout this semester.
THE ARTS INSTAGRAM WORK
This month’s Instagram Collage showcases the amazing work produced by the Year 11 Media class during Unit 1. Students were tasked with creating representations of superheroes in the form of a series of film posters. They all did such a fantastic job. Well done, everyone! You can check out more of our students amazing work at https://www.instagram.com/mooroolbarkcollegeofficial/
MEDIA FILM FESTIVAL – ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN!
Entries for Mooroolbark College’s 8th Annual Film Festival are now open and will close in early Term 4. Entries must tell a narrative, be appropriate for all audiences and contain no copyrighted material (including visuals or music/sounds). They can be completed by an individual or a team/group.
Given the current circumstances, don’t forget that entries can also be animated – including digital animation and stop motion.
The film festival will be held in Term 4 in a very special online format this year.
For more details, please contact Mr Neil-Holland.
Both our on campus Art Club and our Virtual Art Club are back up and running. Ms D’Unienville will continue to run the on campus Art Club for our senior students on Tuesdays at lunchtime while Miss Bonne will run our Virtual Art Club via Teams on Thursdays from 1 to 1:30pm. Please contact Miss Bonne if you are interested in attending the Virtual Art Club.
The Arts KLA Head