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TAFE Western creative arts students will be exhibiting their work at
the Myall Street Campus in Dubbo this Saturday 5 November.
The students are studying a range of creative pursuits including
design, graphic design, photography and visual arts. The display is
their end-of-year exhibition and represents the cumulative total of
their endeavours throughout the year.
"We are very proud of how (the exhibition) has come
together," Vicki Vance (pictured standing), head teacher of TAFE
Western Creative Industries told the Daily Liberal.
Pursuing artistic talent is something that Visual Arts Diploma
student, Meredith Stendell (pictured seated), has found to be very
emotionally therapeutic as well as creatively satisfying.
"This year … I have experienced family members moving out and
I've lost family members as well. So I am exploring emotion and how to
depict it through painting," she said. "My art has helped.
When I came back from my dad's funeral, painting was very cathartic
and it just flowed."Meredith has found the studying of her
Diploma to be so enriching she is planning on enrolling for an
Advanced Diploma next year.