Hazelwood College fifth and sixth year Art students are pictured here as they visited Limerick City Gallery of Art. Pictured were (back row by wall, left to right) Ms Maria Curtin (Hazelwood College Sixth Year Art teacher) Letitia Cotter, Áine Bennis, Brendan O’Flynn, Eoin Donegan, Andy Quaid, Cormac Downes, Leon Crowley, Enya O’Donnell, Emma Stone and Ms Julie Corkery (Hazelwood College Fifth Year Art teacher). Middle row (left to right): Shania Hanlon, Aislinn O’Donnell, Jessica Roche, Chloe Reidy, Helena O’Sullivan, Tara Hartigan and Grainne Buckley. Front row (left to right): Oliver Richardson, Ethan Knipe and Darragh McNamara
Hazelwood College fifth year Art student Ellie Stone was one of the 300 entries in the ‘Doodle for Google’ Competition, which drew thousands of entries, to be accepted into the second stage of the competition. She is pictured her with her Art teacher, Ms Maria Curtin (left) and Principal, Mr Brendan Burke (right) with a certificate for her success. Ellie will progress in the competition and hopes to make it into the next stage, of the top seventy five entries.
Hazelwood College senior cycle art students are pictured in the course of the visit to the recently. During their fieldtrip to Limerick City the group visited both the Limerick City Gallery and the Hunt Museum. Pictured are (from left to right) Leighanne Shanahan, Chloe O’Connell, Grace Morey, Alannah Matthews, Lyon Lenihan, Eleni Mckenzie, Ellie Stone, Caroline O’Flynn, Ms. Maria Curtin (Hazelwood College Art teacher), Briana O’Connor, Lynda Browne, Tony O’Shaughnessy, Eimear O’Brien, Alan McAree, Michelle McCarthy, Aisling O’Donnell, Tara O’Donnell, Kayleigh O’Brien, Cian Larkin, Louisa Dempsey, Shauna Bourke, Danielle Mulcahy, Megan Banks, Lara Grufferty, Megan Roberts, Maria Larkin, Ita Walsh and Donna Mulcahy. Missing from photograph was Mr Keith Rahilly (Hazelwood College Art teacher).
Hazelwood College Arts Committee, lead by 5th year student Andrew Cussen, present acheque of €500.00 to Dromcollogher Day Care Centre. The money is the proceeds of the recent Arts Exhibition which was held in Dromcollogher recently.
Congratulations to Mrs Corkery and Mr O’Connor on their hugely successful Arts Exhibtion. The Community Hall in Dromcollogher was full to capacity with an enthusastic crowd.
On display was a large variety of class and state examination pieces from Mrs Corkery and Ms. Curtin’s Art classes. The English department led by Mr. O’Connor displayed a selection of poetry and literature from throughout the school.
The Arts Committee recieved a large number of contributions from the local Primary Schools, these students were presented with Certificate’s of Excellence.
Below are the photographs taken on the night.
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Hazelwood College Arts committee pictured with Ms Corkery and Mr O’Connor. The Arts Committee have been working towards opening the schools first ever arts exhibition, exhibiting art works and literature by various students of Hazelwood. Prizes and Awards will be received by students on the night. Not to be missed and all are welcome. Doors will open at 7pm on Thurs 26th January. Entry fee is 2 Euro with all proceeds going to Dromcollogher Day Care Centre. Please support.