Two Sulman Program students recently completed major projects as part of their Year 12 studies in the subjects of Art and Society and Culture.
One student showcased his amazing sculpting and creative talents to produce a major artwork using oil-based clay entitled (Emotional) Rollercoaster. The artwork explores the various faces we use to hide behind and the emotions we try to disguise or bury.
Our Year 12 Society and Culture student used his fine analytical and writing skills, and demonstrated a high level of empathy and reflective insight to develop a Personal Interest Project entitled “A 20 Year Interim”. This work investigated Australian society’s views on mandatory detention laws and why this policy continues despite international criticism.
Both students are to be commended on the enormous amount of effort and hard work that went into each of these projects. We wish them well with their final results.