Artists of many nations, one faith
ART by pre-schoolers through to Year 12 Visual Arts students was on show at the FOUR locals were honoured for their hard work when they received Pride of Workmanship Awards from the
in Kew- dale.
The school opened its foyer and staff meeting room to the public to allow the CrossCulture art exhibition to be viewed and items reserved for sale.
College principal Nasreen Ahmed said the art reflected the different nationalities represented by the students, who shared the same faith.
The 100 artworks were created through the school’s general art classes and Visual Arts projects.
The awards are designed to acknowledge an employee who in the eyes of his or her employer, displays outstanding qualities in approach, attitude, dedication and commitment to their job.
The recipients were Anita Riddell (New Horizons Seniors Day Centre Southcare), Glen Rogers (Home Care Services, City of South Perth), Iryna Smith (Coles Karawara) and Cara Stansfield (Beilby Consulting).
Bashra Al Awadi and Haneen Azalimi show
off a painting.
Rotary Club of Mill Point.
South Perth Primary School student Ethan Dowley won a physics prize.
Australian Islamic College