Cen­tre draws on stu­dents

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

TRE­SIL­LIAN Arts Cen­tre will launch its big­gest ex­hi­bi­tion of the year this Fri­day.

Emerg­ing and pro­fes­sional artists will fea­ture more than 170 pieces of paint­ing, draw­ing, pot­tery, jew­ellery and tex­tiles at the 14th-an­nual Stu­dent and Tu­tor Ex­hi­bi­tion. City of Ned­lands Mayor Max Hip­kins will of­fi­cially open the event at 6pm.

Tre­sil­lian Arts Cen­tre co-or­di­na­tor Rachel Birighitti said the ex­hi­bi­tion was a true cel­e­bra­tion of the amaz­ing achieve­ments of its stu­dents.

“It dis­plays the learn­ings, skills and life­long friend­ships the stu­dents de­velop in classes with our highly ex­pe­ri­enced tu­tors and fel­low class mem­bers,” Ms Birighitti said.

The ex­hi­bi­tion is open daily from 10am-4pm un­til July 26.

State Li­brary WA Foun­da­tion de­vel­op­ment and mar­ket­ing man­ager Birute Green­halgh with long-time Tre­sil­lian Arts Cen­tre tu­tor and artist Brian Sim­monds in front of one of his paint­ings.

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