The Armidale School’s Hoskins Centre was filled to capacity on 27 August as HSC Art and Music students shared their major works with schoolmates, parents and friends.
On display as part of Masterstroke were paintings, drawings, sculpture and an animated film, created by the boys and girls who study HSC art at TAS. Using mediums including ink, beeswax, cement, watercolour and acrylics, the artists explored a diverse range of subjects in a variety of artistic styles.
Afterwards at the concert Final Note, the Music students then gave their performances, in voice, percussion, piano, French Horn, trumpet and clarinet.
The evening followed Curtain Up a fortnight previously, at which HSC Drama students took to the stage their group and individual performances, which included performance, film and costume design.
TAS Headmaster Murray Guest praised the professionalism of the students in these three creative subjects taught at TAS, which include girls from NEGS and PLC Armidale.