Bossley Park High School

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Visual arts gifted and talented program

The Gifted and Talented Visual Arts Program is entering it's 10th year with it's success made possible through club grant funding. The program aims to provide extra-curricular opportunities to students who display a strong ability in Visual Arts. Solidly centred around future focused teaching and learning, funds provided allow us to offer extension opportunities to our curious and powerful learners. We run after school art workshops with expert teachers to develop students art making skills, using specialist materials and sophisticated techniques. Further extension opportunities are provided in class to accelerate student’s learning, and encourage critical and creative thinking. In addition, students are exposed to art in different contexts through incursions with visiting contemporary artist and excursions to gallery spaces. Students also are given opportunities to participate in artist talks and workshops. Senior students have attended talks by Australian Artists Adam Hills, Abdul Abdullah, Ben Quilty and Photographer Alex Kass


Students from the Gifted and Talented Visual Arts program have been involved with many whole school and community projects, including:

  • 2013 Constructed sculpture for the Ian Parnaby Garden at BPHS

  • 2014 Designed an created mural on Janice Crosio Daycare centre wall

  • 2014 Built cultural sculpture garden at BPHS

  • 2015 Built Anzac memorial and 500 poppies for Remembrance day centenary

  • 2016 designed and constructed wellbeing sculpture for Welling being Garden at BPHS

  • 2016 designed and painted mural for Greenway Plaza Wetherill Park

  • 2017 student exhibition ‘Art-fusion” at WSU Bankstown

  • 2017 Mural in Bush Tucker Garden at BPHS

  • 2018 Anzac Day Display

  • 2018 30th Anniversary sculpture BPHS

  • 2019 Performing Arts Mural