Young people glazing their clay artworks in preparation for the WOW festival.
Last week, young people created a series of stop motion animations using illustrated river creatures. These will be incorporated into their WOW festival presentation.
Young people in the Refill program created intricate clay figures and creatures as part of their WOW festival project.
Some of the delightful drawings inspired by the history and inhabitants of toggerai/ tucoerah/ Georges River
Here are some of the wonderful insect designs created by Year 7 students as part of the Refill program:
Taking inspiration from nature, young people at Miller created t-shirt designs by tracing and colouring insects using weird and wonderful colour choices.
As part of the Refill program, young people created some beautiful silhouettes by spraying food colouring around natural objects stuck to a page with blu-tack. Here are some of the finished artworks:
This week during Refill, Year 7 students experimented with Gelli Printing. They layered their artworks up with leaves, feathers and stencils. Here are the results:
Young artists at Miller Technology High have been busy this term experimenting with clay. Each young person created two clay artworks using natural objects to make intricate imprints into the surface.
On January 29, 2019 – the second day of high school, new Year 7s young people from Miller Technology High School attended a big arts workshop day. This creative and fun day introduced them to their peers and teachers, CuriousWorks, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre! They took part in three art stations – Challenge Games with Sarah Emery, Tree-house construction with Howard Matthew and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance exchange with Katie Leslie.
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