Arts and Technology Week 

Arts and Technology Week will be held on from Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May. This week is a highlight in the KSC Arts & Technology calendar and is a great way to showcase examples of students' works,   providing an appreciation of the skills and knowledge displayed across a number of  areas.


There will be many interactive activities for students  to participate in as well as a number of competitions. 


  Click on the poster below for details of  the Arts competition. 




Helen Briffa 

Arts Domain Leader

Holiday activity 

Call out for keen teens wanting to get hands on experience of stencil design and live art sketches with experienced international public artist Brett Ashby 


Mixed Media with Ashby (12+ years)

  • 1 day course 15 April, 2019, 10.30am – 3pm, Cost $60.


Exhibiting BHCAC Artist in Residence Brett Ashby will guide you to develop unique stencil designs and live art sketches.  You will trace your limbs, paint this sketch and then photograph your painting.  This photo will be added to an online slideshow and each participant will receive a QR code sticker to take home, scan and view their artwork online.

To Book Mixed Media with Ashby (12+ years) - Box Hill Community Arts Centre


Brett Ashby - Blue Light in BHCAC Gallery Space

6 April – 5 May

Opening: Thursday 11 April, 6pm – 8pm

In a world of digital technology and mobile devices, the artist exposes his audience to blue light, digital technology and mobile device engagement. He explores the effects of blue light and how it can consume you. The QR codes featured in this exhibition reveal a series of works by the artist before being diagnosed with cancer.




  • At this Box Hill Community Arts Centre, 470 Station Street Box Hill.

Box Hill Needs a New Logo Competition 


 Aim: To update the logo for the Box Hill Metropolitan Activity Centre.

Background:  The current Box Hill Logo was developed in 2008 and it represented the dynamic mixing pot/wok of Box Hill encompassing the railway hub, food, retail, restaurants, cafes and diversity of people with a dose of fun.

It was presented in a number of color options, with and without the words,” East Meets West” to allow for flexibility in application.



In the past 10 years, the Box Hill has experienced unprecedented growth and change, driven by private investment and development. Box Hill is now firmly established as the pre-eminent growth centre for Melbourne’s eastern region – Melbourne’s Second CBD.

To position Box Hill as the home of the largest commercial business hubs and transport interchanges outside Melbourne CBD, the branding for Box Hill needs to move away from the existing “playful” theme and become more corporate.

Box Hill now represents: tourism, transport, health, education, jobs and population growth. 


Logo Application

Logo will be used across a range platforms including (and not limited to):

 Full digital suite

 Banners

 Brochures, Newsletters, Lanyards

 Shop Front Window Decals

 Bin Surrounds

 Flags

 T-Shirts

 Reusable bags

Design considerations

The logo needs to emphasise Box Hill as the place / location, (as does the “Melbourne” Logo) and must be clear and recognisable. Consideration must be given to:

 Name: Box Hill

 Minimal use of imagery or use wording only

 Suitability for a number of publications/digital platforms

 Design to compliment “Whitehorse Discover the Advantage” branding

 Logo design to be available in Colour and Black & White

 Move away from the Asian theme

 No Slogan


The logo competition opens Monday 18 March 2019 and closes 5pm, 29 April 2019.

Further Details

All entrants must complete and sign the Box Hill Logo entry form (found at, have read the terms and conditions and email their design with the completed entry form to by 5pm, 29 April 2019.

For further information visit or contact the Investment and Economic Development unit on 9262 6333.


Fun at lunchtime activities - Artspace