Spotlights turned on as students shine
If there’s one thing Broome Senior High School isn’t short on it’s talent.
The school’s young artists had their time in the spotlight last fortnight, where they were given the chance to show family and friends the end results of a year’s worth of hard work at the Visual Arts and Technology Exhibition.
More than 120 people came to see the art showcase, which was catered by hospitality students, while student Montana Arnold performed the background music.
Art teacher James MacNeil said the evening was a great success.
“The event is a valuable opportunity for students to publicly share what goes on in our workshop and studios,” he said.
“It is great to see the pride the kids have when showing their work to their family and friends.”
The school also held its end of year performing arts show on Friday night,with drama and music students bringing their studies from the year to life on stage in front of hundreds of community members.
Year 8 students Craig Marrs and Tom Virgo with their work.
Seasha Strange, Year 9.
Kaden Murton, Year 8.