Year 7 Arts Sharing Evening

Thank you so much to the LIS community for supporting our year 7 arts sharing evening.
The students had prepared an evening full of learning and fun. They were excellent teachers and the families left with new skills in sock puppets, improvisation, T-shirt design and mono-printing.

LIS Literary Magazine | Roaring Voices

Over the past three ASA trimesters, a small but dedicated group of Year 9 and 10 students came together every Wednesday afternoon to write, edit, and produce our LIS literary magazine, The Wild and Blue.  Our first volume, “Roaring Voices,” includes not only the work of our creative writers, but also submissions for the 2018 LIS Writes Competition and a piece of literary non-fiction from a Personal Project student.  We hope you enjoy reading the wonderful writing of our LIS Secondary students, and we look forward to publishing our second volume of The Wild and Blue next year!

Year 7 Arts Sharing Evening | Join us on 5 June 18:30

The year 7 students would like to invite you to their arts sharing evening on Tuesday 5 June at 18:30 in Building 6.  They are excited to show you their learning from this trimester in Visual Art and Drama.
Please come ready to join in and have the experts show you about T-shirt design, improvisation, sock puppets and printing.
If your child is in 7.2 then bring a T-shirt that you can paint on!
Hope to see you there.  The Secondary Arts Team

 

Silent Auction | A Real Success

The celebrated Silent Auction raised funds of 814,000KWZ which will be divided between the Kambamba School Project and the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project.
We would like to thank the community for their support and the wonderful student artists who created the fabulous pieces of artwork.

Silent Art Auction

You are invited to the opening evening event of the Silent Art Auction on Monday 7 May from 6:00-7:30pm on the upper floor of building 7.  Students from years 4, 5, 6, 7 and 10 are excited to show off the collaborative artwork they have created for the auction as well as the artwork they have completed this year in visual arts class.

After researching and discussing, students have decided to donate the proceeds of the auction to the Kambamba School Fundraiser and the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project:

  • Kambamba School Fundraiser: Two secondary students, Anna Lynn and Yasmin are raising money to help build a new school for children in need.
  • Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project: This project aims to rescue chimpanzees being held in captivity. The project provides immediate care for the chimpanzees as w organizes and funds the transportation and integration of the chimpanzees into rehabilitation sanctuaries in neighboring countries.

Bidding instructions: Beginning on the opening evening of the auction, you will be able to bid on the artwork of your choice by filling out a piece of paper indicating your bid amount. You will place the paper into a box with the corresponding artwork’s picture on it. The winner of each artwork is the person who bids the highest. Only the winner will pay.

The artwork will continue to be on display from May 7-11 in B7, where you will be able to place your bids until Thursday, May 11 at 3pm. The winner of each canvas will be contacted on Monday, May 14 via email with instructions of how to pay and how to collect the artwork.

Earth Day

Earth Day was an amazing whole school event celebrated on Friday 20 April. The awareness and understanding of how we are all part of the harmony of nature and how we can make a difference in protecting our earth was clearly evident from our Prep students to our secondary high school students. The awesome video below was created by Grace a Year 11 student and shows some of the learning engagements that took place during the day. As a result of this day our school took action.

Congratulations Year 13 Visual Art Students

Last week the LIS community celebrated the opening of the Year 13 DP visual art exhibition. Congratulations to the seven students who curated their own exhibitions as part of the assessment for two year course.  They were very proud as they showed the audience around their individual spaces and explained each artwork.