All Saints Grammar students showcase their creative major works in exhibition


All Saints Grammar (ASG) in Belmore in Sydney’s inner south west held its annual Technology, Creative and Performing Arts Exhibition on Tuesday, November 22 this year.

The public event was a full house with students, their families and ASG Alumni taking in major works created by school students in year 7 to 12 from 2022.

The event began at 4pm with the Visual Arts and Technology Exhibition, followed by an ensemble of vocal, instrumental and band performances from students at 6.00pm. 

The exhibition showcased paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculptures, ceramics, photography, designand architecture works.

Alongside this plethora of vibrant artwork was also an impressive execution of purpose-built robots, textiles, architecture, furniture,innovative App software as well as STEM Solar Cars designed by the school’s Technology students.  

Head of School, Mrs Elfa Lillis, congratulated all students on their “outstanding work” at the Technology, Creative and Performing Arts Exhibition.

“It was wonderful to celebrate our students’ achievements through the showcasing of their work at this brilliant school community event. I’m extremely proud of students, the quality of work was extraordinary,” Mrs Lillis said.

Creative arts and music are central to the cultural life at ASG, with the school offering a range of visual arts and music opportunities led by specialists to primary and secondary students. 

In the spirit of recognising young creative talent, ASG are now accepting Scholarship Applications for 2024, which include Music scholarships and many others.

The All Saints Grammar Scholarship Program aims to recognise and encourage students in their pursuit of personal excellence. Click here to apply and view a full outline of their Scholarships. 

More photos from the major work exhibition can be found at:




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