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No shirt was left uncoloured as people walked around the campus while doused in coloured powder, before taking part in the grand finale – an all-in colour explosion.
Local music stars Milly Deefholts and Natasha Moore also took part in the event and filmed part of a new music clip as they were showered in sprays of colour.
North Coast TAFE community and business engagement leader Tania Williams said the event was a great way to let the community know that TAFE was there for them.
"It was a concept that some students and one of our teachers thought of, and they believed it would be a fun event to celebrate student life, and bring the community together to have some fun," she said.
Ms Williams said the event was a great way to bring some colour into people's lives, and was symbolic of a student's journey and how TAFE could add colour and fun."We are looking at how we can turn a concept that is really fun and share our campus with the community," she said.