Artists of many na­tions, one faith

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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).

Pic­ture: Matt Jelonek

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

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