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Our Year 10 Traditional Art and Multimedia Art students will be entering the ‘Watershed Art Prize’ competition this year.
Run by Salisbury Council, it encourages awareness of water as a precious resource and significant environmental management issue.
On Wednesday, March 16th, our students went on an excursion to the Greenfields Wetlands in the Watershed Sustainability Precinct to discover the natural beauty of the area along trails and boardwalks, taking photos and video footage of their explorations.
We also viewed the sculpture ‘Together Woven’, which is a heritage marker located in the car park of the precinct by artists Mariana Tadic and Alexis West that was commissioned by the City of Salisbury.
The artwork resembles a flock of birds suspended in the sky with the hollow section suggesting that a boomerang has flown through.
Whilst it was very hot, our students captured the natural beauty of the area, which will support the production of artworks for the competition.
SEHS Arts Coordinator Chris Frahn said: "Thank you to all students for their exceptional and courteous behaviour, and to Mrs Crafter for her wonderful support."