A celebration of local student art work and artistic practice, “Togetherness” showcases student work from various high schools in the Lockyer Valley.
Featuring a diverse range of artwork, viewers are invited to perceive the works through the eyes of a teenager growing up in the Lockyer Valley. Sometimes beautiful, sometimes challenging, the works demonstrate student responses to, and their interpretation of, the places, people and politics they encounter. This keenly anticipated exhibition is embraced by both the local community and visitors to our region.
Among the artworks on display this year are works by a number of students from Faith Lutheran College, including Olivia Looker (Year 10), Jess Lech (Year 9), Jorja Thorpe (Year 10), Tamara Dunne (Year 12) and Arts Captain, Matilda Lambert (Year 12).
The exhibition, which includes works created across a variety of media, including paintings, collages and photography, is open to the public and provides an opportunity for many local students to gain experience and exposure through exhibiting work professionally for the first time. Parents, students and members of our College community are highly encouraged to make the trip into the Lockyer Valley Art Gallery to visit the exhibition, and to show their support for student artists from across the region.
Togetherness is currently exhibiting at the Lockyer Valley Art Galleryin Gatton, with the works on display until Sunday 9 October.
Image: Olivia Looker is exhibiting her work at the Lockyer Valley Art Gallery as part of the ‘Togetherness’ exhibition