Marist Chef Cook Off
Congratulations to the Cupcake Kids - winners of this year's prestigious Wooden Spoon awards for their magnificent Eiffel Tower decorated cupcakes.
Arts Shine kicked off with a bang tonight. The talent on show had to be seen to be believed. MCs Brendan Faulks and Blake Peiper put on a polished act, smoothly guiding the audience through the evening's performances. And what performances they were. Right from the get-go, the Senior Concert Band belted out some real showstoppers and the Brass Ensemble had toes tapping with their bright medley, headlined by the theme from Hawaii Five-O. Kayden Farrow proved once again that he has some immense talent and someone should sign Jessie Arnold up for Australia's Got Talent. She going to be a world beater. Lauren Sheridan and her band belted out a massive hit in the second half of the show. As Molly Meldrum always says, do yourself a favour, and get along to watch Arts Shine on Saturday night or Sunday afternoon.
Marist offers a number of opportunities for students to participate in a wide variety of creative and cultural activities that sit outside of the classroom learning experience, especially in the music and performance arts areas.
The twin highlights of the Creative Arts co-curricular program, staged on alternate years, are the major musical production and the arts festival.
The musical is a biennial event and will run again in 2014.
Our ambitious and effective co-curricular music program provides many opportunities for students of all ages and abilities to progress their musical development.
Every year more than 200 students are involved in musical ensembles and groups. The College has senior, intermediate & junior concert bands and a number of smaller ensembles.
Many of our music performers take part in external competitions such as the Rock Challenge, Tulip Festival, Battle of the Bands and local eisteddfods. Our musicians provide the music for all College Masses and special occasions such as Speech Night.
The College provides opportunities for students wishing to pursue dance as a recreational and social activity. Sign-up notices for Salsa Club will be posted on the Student Notice Boards.
The Arts Hub at the College is host to the Clay Club on Wednesday afternoons 3–5 pm. Students can have lots of fun making pots, sculptures and other clay works by hand, or learn to throw on the wheel. See Mrs Horniblow in the Arts Hub for more information or to sign up.
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