Tardis anyone? Teens and art

Miller Technology High School students Ryan Sheargold and Senituli Laui in the ReFill 2 exhibition.

Miller Technology High School students Ryan Sheargold and Senituli Laui in the ReFill 2 exhibition.

A group of students from Miller Technology High School teamed up with the Casula Powerhouse and CuriousWorks to created an art exhibition which give’s you an insight into the student’s lives.

The exhibition, called ReFill2, allows people to experience the lives of contemporary teens through interactive media installations and short films devised. 

The exhibition is the second creative industries program led by professional artists for the students.

Throughout 2015 and 2016 more than 50 young people participated in regular school workshops with the artists and with workshops hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Art and Casula Powerhouse Art Centre.

Lead artists for the program include Vincent McManus, Guido Gonzalez, Christian Atkins, David Kirkpatrick, Liam Benson and Salote Tuwale, as well as Curious Creators Adam McPhilbin, Shawn Spina and Dani Sitto.

ReFill2 will be on exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse until Sunday, 23.

Student exhibition: Miller Technology High School students Ryan Sheargold and Senituli Laui in the ReFill 2 exhibition. Picture: Chris Lane

Student exhibition: Miller Technology High School students Ryan Sheargold and Senituli Laui in the ReFill 2 exhibition. Picture: Chris Lane

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