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Campus to swing doors open for event

Emily AceSouth Western Times
Student executive Josh Italiano and arts captain Phoebe Delledonne are ready to show off the student bodies talent at the Students in the Spotlight exhibition and campus Open Day.
Camera IconStudent executive Josh Italiano and arts captain Phoebe Delledonne are ready to show off the student bodies talent at the Students in the Spotlight exhibition and campus Open Day. Credit: Jon Gellweiler

Bunbury Catholic College is ready to impress as the Marist campus hosts its first open day for prospective students and their families on September 5.

Coordinator Wendy Morris said throwing open the doors would allow the community to see the wide range of options available at the college.

“Families will be able to see many of our facilities such as the performing arts department, learning commons, gymnasium and science and language centre as they tour the campus,” Mrs Morris said. “We want to showcase what the Marist campus has to offer to all students.”

Arts and technology students will also have the opportunity to display their diverse body of work at the annual Students in the Spotlight exhibition on September 4.

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The event will include a range of creative displays from visual arts, media arts, performing arts, woodwork, engineering, home economics, computer science, 3D printing and more.

Visual arts head of learning area Brenda Della-Sale said the event would also include a mini cinema screening student films and dance performances.

The free event is set to be opened by Bunbury artist Andrew Fraser and visitors will have to chance to vote for their favourite work in the People’s Choice Award.

Families can book an open day tour by calling 9721 0019.

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