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.
On Sunday last in Clonmel, three second year students from Hazelwood College were crowned Regional Winners of the Junkkouture Recycled Fashion Show. The costume Metallic Monster, modelled by Grace Morey and created by Grace, Chloe O’Connell and Catherine Corbett beat off stiff competition and will now go on to the National Finals which will be held in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin in two weeks time. The final will be judged by Paul Galvin and will be broadcast on TV3’s Xpose. Many thanks to all who voted for the girls. Voting lines are open once again and we would urge people to keep voting.
Hazelwood Colleges Art Students gets set to strut their stuff in the Junk Kouture Fashion Show
Pictured are the Hazelwood College entries to this years ‘Junk Kouture’ Recycled Fashion show. In this competition students are challenged to create wearable art and outrageous outfits in Junk Kouture style. They have to take recycled materials and turn them in to high end couture fashion.
Costume 1: Model Rachel Heffernan wearing the costume called ‘the Ghost Bride’. This costume was made by Hazelwood Colleges second year art students Selina Kiely, Lara Grufferty and Rachel. The dress is made completely out of recycled newspaper, the majority of which is the Weekly Observer and the Vale Star
Costume 2: Model Aoife O’Mullane models the costume made by second year art students Ella Grufferty, Allanah Mathews and Aoife. This cutting edge outfit is made entirely out of paper maché, paper and plastic bags.
Costume 3: Model Grace Morey models this ‘Lady Gaga’ inspired dress made by second year art students Chloe O’Connell and Catherine Corbett and Grace. They made this fantastic outfit out of Chicken Wire, cardboard, crêpe paper and coke can tops.
Costume 4: Hazelwood College Transition Year students, Niamh O’ Leary, Triona Dunleavy and Katherine McCarthy with their design for the Junk Kouture competition. The dress is made from hula hoops, chicken wire newspaper insulation pipes and chains.