The outstanding design project of a Heathcote student from the 2019 HSC is now on exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum for Shape 2019.
The exhibition includes the top HSC major works from 35 students across NSW, in Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design.
Heathcote student Emma Stone from Engadine High School is displaying her innovative work ‘Australian wall-hanging’ and is in good company, amongst an impressive selection of projects.
I congratulate Miss Stone on her selection in Shape 2019, this is a phenomenal achievement and I encourage the community to visit the Powerhouse Museum to see her work on display.
Students included in the exhibition have developed real and workable solutions to issues in their local and broader community – and it is wonderful to be able to celebrate a Heathcote student there.
Powerhouse Chief Executive Lisa Havilah said that the partnership with NESA to produce Shape each year is a great source of pride – and allows the talent of the next generation of designers in NSW to be celebrated.
The exhibition closes on Sunday, 3 May. Visit the Powerhouse website for more information: https://maas.museum/event/shape-2019/