T-Shirt Designs

Taking inspiration from nature, young people at Miller created t-shirt designs by tracing and colouring insects using weird and wonderful colour choices.

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Spray art

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:

 

 

Creative Start to 2019

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.

ReFill 2019 from Curious Clients on Vimeo.

A rocky planet surface

Students created a planet surface by imprinting shells and objects into a sand mould. The mould was then covered in plaster of Paris and set. The outcome was an extremely textured surface that looked and felt just like a rocky terrain.

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Constellations

Young people used their own star sign to create a DIY constellation projector using a paper cup and a torch. These created a beautiful starry night sky when we turned off the classroom lights and turned them on all at once.

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