You might find it hard to see a link between the complex world of molecular biology and the creative world of cinema animation. One’s science, you might think, and the other’s art, and they’re worlds apart.
It’s thumbs up from our Facebook and Twitter followers for student art, which we have been previewing before the opening of our exhibition for next month’s International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) conference in Melbourne. We thank students and teachers for their work.
People gather on the steps of Victoria’s Parliament House every day of the week, for all kinds of reasons. It’s a favourite spot for wedding parties to pose for photos. Tourists are drawn by the Victorian era architecture. It’s a place for political protests. It’s the natural backdrop for media interviews with politicians.