On Saturday 2 February the 2018 Exit Art Exhibition opened at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Our talented Year 12 student Phoebe Wear performed for the crowd.
Exit Art is a celebration of the talents and creativity of the next generation of artists and designers, presenting the very best contemporary art and design from Northern Territory Year 12 students. This year continues the exhibition’s 26 year legacy highlighting the importance of visual arts education and the role of arts educators in encouraging and guiding the creativity of young NT artists in preparation for their futures.
Principal, Jill Hazeldine said
Congratulations to all of the outstanding and talented Darwin High School students who had their work exhibited: Zoe Chesworth, Max Conaghan, Jade Forwood, Jazylyn Goldsworthy, Alanah Hardy, Yuin Ye Ho, Leo Knight, Amelia LaPira, Delilah Murphy, Bridget Myerscough, Polly Roberts, Damon Rowston and Kieran Schortz.
Featuring the work of fifty-two Year 12 graduates from across Northern Territory, Exit Art is a showcase of students working across mediums of painting, drawing, photography, design, digital imaging, sculpture and film. The exhibition is open now until 24 March.