We will include regular items on mental health in our future newsletters, however, in the meantime here are some useful contacts for support:
Beyond Blue (To speak to a trained mental health professional): Ph 1300 22 46 36
Lifeline (Crisis support and suicide prevention): Ph 13 11 14
Kids Helpline (To speak to a Kids Helpline Counsellor): Ph 1800 55 18 00
Eheadspace (Online counselling for 12-25yr olds): www.eheadspace.org.au
Beyond Blue (Online Chat): https://www.beyondblue.org.au/get-support/get-immediate-support
Lifeline (Crisis Support Chat): https://www.lifeline.org.au/Get-Help/Online-Services/crisis-chat
Her work is among more than 130 pieces selected for display at the Show. This year’s exhibition features traditional paintings and drawings, sculptures, costumes and multimedia works created by Year 12 students who have completed their SACE Visual Arts – Art, and Visual Arts – Design subjects.
The Show, open at the Light Square Gallery until 4 May, is designed to inspire current and future SACE art and design students and raise awareness about how these subjects can be used as stepping stones to higher education and career pathways. Show visitors have an opportunity to win a prize worth $500 by simply voting for their favourite piece as part of the Community Award, sponsored by Credit Union SA. Also, a “Meet the Artists” afternoon will be held on Saturday 16 April to enable visitors to get a greater insight into the creative processes and inspiration behind a number of the works.
For further information about the SACE Art Show, visit: http://sace.sa.edu.au/news/events/sace-art-show or follow @saceboard on Twitter and Instagram.
CCC Students Noar and Evelyn (pictured above) are current students studying the standard of work expected this year. The featured painting is by Ling Pei (Alice) Hu, a former CCC Student.
Digital Photography Teacher
Lauren MacFarlane and Darcy Nelson have returned from a fabulous experience in Canberra full of a more sophisticated and deeper understanding of the key legal document in Australia’s legal system. The Constitution. Other highlights were debates, dinner at the High Court of Australia, mixing with politicians, and other keen legal students from around the country.
Humanities/Legal Studies Teacher