“CENTRED”, the PLHS Aboriginal Art Program’s exhibition at Coffin Bay’s 1802 Oyster Bar, has come to a close. The event, which was part of this year’s SALT Festival, was highly successful – the display proved to be a hugely popular attraction, with several art-lovers purchasing works or commissioning further pieces from our talented young artists....
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Last Thursday, our Dance students had the opportunity to work with local Adelaide artists, Piter and Emma. The students were given ninety minutes to learn a new routine; the style – a Cuban hip hop genre known as Reggaeton – was one that they had not attempted previously. The participating students all had a fantastic...
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“CENTRED ” Aboriginal Arts by Port Lincoln High School 1802 Oyster Bar (61 Esplanade, Coffin Bay) // April 13th ~ May 2nd // Part of the 2018 SALT Festival …CENTRED… This exhibition of works explores the journey and contemporary experiences of young emerging Aboriginal artists. The artistic representations reveal a strong connection to culture and a...
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  Earlier tonight, the families of our new Year 8 students were invited to attend a Parent Information Evening on the school’s Senior Floor. After Principal Mr Greg Barry delivered a welcoming address to the parents in attendance, Middle School Assistant Principal Miss Matilda Taylor outlined a range of pertinent Middle School issues, including a...
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Four highly talented PLHS Art students – Nellie Jones, Charmain Richards, Zion Sambo and Tullia Sellen – have contributed work to this year’s Port Lincoln Art Prize. This year’s stunning exhibition, which is on display in the Nautilus Arts Centre until Saturday February 17th, featured several Youth Awards. We are delighted to report that Zion’s...
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