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On Saturday 4 November, St Peters Year 12 Visual Art and Film & Television students made red carpet entrances at St Peters Performing Arts Centre for the annual Finale Exhibition - and it was all glamour!

Arts prefects, Teagan and Isabelle, interviewed Visual Art and Film & Television students about their work, and the excitement of reaching the end point of their courses. Interviews and music videos were played on the large screen in the Amphitheatre while the Art Exhibition was on display in the foyer. Families also enjoyed the photo lounge.

Congratulations to Charlotte Jane W, recipient of the 2017 Wolf Stuetzel Award for Photography. This annual award acknowledges a students' passion and commitment to photography, as demonstrated in an entry submitted to the Capture Photography Award Program. Charlotte's photograph has been acquired by the College via The Acquisition Award, established in 2016 by then-Head of College, Adrian Wiles, and will continue to be displayed on campus and at the annual VAPar Exhibition, and used as a teaching and learning resource.

The SPOscar Awards were presented Oscar-style to 2017 Film & Television graduates, who showcased their films on the Amphitheatre big screen. Their dedication and passion for film, and proficient use of film processes to realise sophisticated concepts, was evident. Congratulations to:

  • Braedan T and Cohen J, winners of the People’s Choice Award for their narrative production Birthday Bash;
  • Braedan T, winner of the Most Original Script;
  • Bridget S, Phoebe T and Luke B, winners of the Best Narrative Film for their film In Dreams;
  • Charlie D-W, winner of the Best Art/Experimental Film for Wonderland;
  • Wesley W, winner of the Creative Editing Award;
  • Bailey M and Eamon K, winners of the Cinematography Award;
  • Dom M, winner of the Craft Award for Sound; and
  • Isabel F, winner of the Year 11 Encouragement Award. 

The evening concluded with a noodle box dinner. Thank you to supporters of the event, which celebrates the talent and creativity of our students and the collegial experiences between staff and students in studios.

Julie Seidel, Curriculum Leader - The Arts and Michaela Burton, Teacher of Film & Television