Caroline Chisholm Catholic College’s auditorium was transformed into an art gallery last week for the annual art, design and technology exhibition.

Dubbed Imagine, the exhibition each year showcases works from students of all grades.

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College head of visual arts Jodie Pitruzzello said it was great to see the results of the students’ hard work.

“Students have been working towards their final pieces for most of the year and they’re all really excited to see their work in a professional setting,” she said.

This year’s exhibition also features works from St Paul’s Primary School in Sunshine West and St Peter Chanel Primary School in Deer Park.

“Imagine has become a favourite on our school’s calendar – it’s always extremely well supported by staff, students and parents, with great enthusiasm,”
Ms Pitruzzello said. “A lot of work goes into an event like this and it wouldn’t be possible without such strong support.”

The Imagine exhibition has been running for more than 20 years and each year the college selects a number of works to buy.

Students are paid for their creations and receive an official certificate as a keepsake.

“One of the great things about the exhibition is that it caters to the different needs of all the students in keeping with the curriculum,” Ms Pitruzzello said.

“Some of the creations this year were absolutely incredible. The standard seems to continue to improve with each year.”