Students and staff at Chisholm Catholic College celebrated Australia’s unique heritage with local art by current student, Shantaya Ryder, and mural art by Linda and Bruce Loo that represents both the college and Western Australia’s history and diversity.
A Western Australian family have revealed their close family ties to MercyCare’s rich history after they were reunited with a painted portrait of their late loved one close to three decades after her passing.
St Mary’s Cathedral hosted both the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra Chorus for two large-scale concerts during the first half of May, successfully launching the Cathedral’s 2022 Concert Season.
A website launched this week aims to deepen people’s appreciation of sacred art by featuring Australian artists and liturgical art in its various forms.
The Mandorla Award for contemporary religious art has attracted some of the nation’s finest artists since its inception in 1985 including previous winner Julie Dowling who was named the most collectible artist in Australia shortly after her win in 2000.
Upholding its motto to “Seek Christ”, the proud community of Seton Catholic College celebrated its 30-year anniversary on 4 September.
Primary and Secondary students of Catholic Schools in Western Australia were recently recognised for their outstanding creativity at a ceremony, marking the official opening of the 2020 Angelico Exhibition.
As museums and historical sites in Italy slowly begin opening their doors after several months of lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, technology may prove to be the “renaissance” the country’s tourism industry desperately needs.