AIC Collective at Belmont Art Hub
This year, Australian Islamic College were invited by the City of Belmont to host an exhibition in their public Art Hub space at Ruth Faulkner Library in Belmont. This is a very exciting opportunity for both the school and our students showcasing what we have to offer at the Australian Islamic College, and highlighting the talent and creativity of our students.
On the 18th of August, the school held an opening event for our exhibition titled ‘AIC Collective’. Our exhibition showcases a total of forty-nine artworks from the talented students from year 7 to 12 of the Australian Islamic College’s Kewdale Campus. The opening event was a great success with honorary members of the school including members of the Belmont City Council, the school’s executive and management teams in attendance, and has been receiving glowing reviews and comments from the public.
The exhibition would not have been possible without ongoing support of the Arts from the school and Br Mohammed Nazer Ahmed Khan, Belinda Cobby (Arts Officer at Belmont City Council) and her assistance leading up to the exhibition, the Food Technology department for their catering, and of course the Visual Art teachers Sr Grace and Sr Carmen, along with their Head of Leaning Area, Dina Magar. This exhibition is to highlight the hard work and efforts of our students, who without, this would not be possible.