Kar­ratha kids show­case arts

Pilbara News - - News - Alicia Per­era

Kar­ratha Se­nior High School stu­dents showed cre­ative stripes at the an­nual arts show­case on Thurs­day.

The event saw vis­ual art and me­dia stu­dents’ works on pub­lic dis­play in an un­der­cover area of the school and mu­sic and drama stu­dents per­form­ing for the crowd of about 200.

Among them were a Year 7 cir­cus mime, a screamo cover of a Sil­ver­chair song and a group ukele per­for­mance of Vance Joy’s Rip­tide.

Head of the arts Leanne Hunt said the event was a chance for stu­dents from Years 7 to 12 with all kinds of tal­ents to be recog­nised and cel­e­brated.

“I think it shows we have such a huge va­ri­ety,” she said.

“And it shows that we can re­ally cater for that too.

“It doesn’t mat­ter what their in­ter­est, they will find some sort of path­way through our se­nior high school in the arts to re­ally find their niche and get cre­ative with it.”

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