See a special display of work by local students, showcasing the amazing talent developing in the next generation of designers. If you have an interest in dressmaking you will enjoy seeing students’ works from Callaghan College Jesmond Campus?, Hunter River High, Francis Greenway, White Bridge, Maitland Grossman and Gorokan High School to name a few.
The Hunter TEA is a volunteer organisation run by dedicated Technology and Applies Studies Secondary Teachers in the Hunter Region. TEA members work collaboratively to develop resources, refine their skills, develop programs in accordance with the NSW curriculum and stay updated with the latest pedagogical practices. Each year the Association displays work samples, HSC portfolios, major works and textiles projects from students in the Hunter Region.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in Fashion Illustration workshops run by Miss LuLu, a Fashion Designer and Teacher in the Hunter Region. Workshops for students on excursions to the show will be held from 10am to 12noon and from 12.30pm to 2.30pm Thursday August 16 and Friday August 17 only.
This mini hands-on workshop allows high school students the opportunity to explore:
The application of watercolour paints, pencil and marker rendering for fashion illustration
Light and shade to illustrate movement
How to draw a variety of fashion garments on the 10 head fashion figures, and complementary hairstyles and accessories
Different rendering techniques to communicate fabric surface and textures for print, lace and denim.
All reference material, templates, paper and equipment is supplied at workshop for use and experimentation.