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Seymour College: Semester 1 Art exhibition 2012-Room 2
Australia

Seymour College, formerly Presbyterian Girls College is located in Adelaide South Australia only 15 minutes from the city. The Visual Arts, amongst many others, is a celebrated subject whereby students have the ability to not only study in a historic building but also exhibit their final work for exhibitions. Senior Stage 1 and 2 Visual Art students show their work within this space twice yearly as well as numerous other exhibitions that are held at Barr Smith House. Here are some examples of the variety of student work produced and the degree of critical thinking within their work.

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