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GoMA Exhibitions a source of inspiration for LHC Visual Arts students - 29 June 2015

The Year 10, 11 and 12 Visual Arts classes recently visited GoMA during their double lessons and viewed a range of exciting exhibitions: Michael Parekowhai -The Promised Land, David Lynch – Between Two Worlds, Creative Generation Awards and We Can Make Another Future – Japanese Art Since 1989. The exhibitions each provided insight into the working practices, ideas and concerns of contemporary artists and, in the case of the Creative Generation exhibition, highlighted the standard of work being created by Year 12 students across Queensland.

The Year 10 girls have completed an exhibition review on The Promised Land, considering the many themes, influences and interests of New Zealand artist, Michael Parekowhai, as seen across his large-scale sculptures, photographic works and installations.

The Year 11 classes were most enthralled with the artworks of David Lynch and his interest in the human condition, life, natural forces, suspense and intrigue. They will elect to review two of the exhibitions visited while the Year 12s are required to write a series of exhibition reviews on any exhibitions they view during the course of their current body of work. Exhibitions selected will be discussed in relation to how they inform and influence the working practices of our developing artists.