Dromana College 


Teenage Fashion and


Art Exhibition

Term  4   2020

Dromana College Teenage Fashion and Art Exhibition

Monday 19 October 2020

The Peninsula Teenage Fashion and Art Exhibition is an event that encourages excellence in students studying fashion, allowing students to showcase their artistic talent combined with practical and creative abilities. This exhibition provides an opportunity for students to design, construct and model their own fashion garments, a unique opportunity for them to develop their talent, self-esteem, ability to set and achieve goals, and boost levels of self-confidence. 

This year however was a different format compared to other years.

A Zoom meeting was held for judging and showcasing purposes with over 100 viewers, 

the evening was a   wonderful success even with some technical difficulties.

Dromana College would like to thank:

*The very talented students for entering.

*Zac Williamson for stepping in as a guest judge.

*Fern Brant, Annieta Anthony and Todd Anthony for judging.

*Jenni Johnson for the compilation video of the event.

*Debra Day for her ongoing and loyal support

of her talented  students.

*Dromana College teachers Jess Lackner and Sam Mann for the amazing student Art display.

*Kelly World for comparing the Zoom cast. 

*Alan Marr for allowing the event to be held in his office.

*Theresa Stelling and The Parents & Friends Association for their persistence in making our event happen this year.  

Dromana college students who received prizes are;

Zac Millen Sigely     1st Special Occasion

Dana Strickland       1st Fantasy

Eden Mc Keown       2nd Fantasy

India Lucas                2nd Refashion Restyled 

Maddix Johnson      3rd Refashion Restyled

Ebony Corben          Encouragement award

 

Tyler Leach won the  The Masters Secondary School Scholarship of $5000.  

Students are awarded the The Masters Secondary School Scholarship after successful completion of their final showcase. Scholarship recipients are chosen based on combination of innovation of designs through creative concept, garment construction and

pattern making skills. 

The Master's Secondary School Scholarship provides funds to supplement the costs of studying one of the following courses:

Holmes Institute Fashion | Bachelor of Fashion Business or

Melbourne School of Fashion | MST50119 Diploma of Applied Fashion Design &

Merchandising.

 

Please click this to view a video of the event