Luther College Croydon - Top effort by class of 2017 students

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Top effort by class of 2017 students

Congratulations to Kyle Campbell, Lacey Gilbert, Jamie Tung and Natasha Dyson, Luther College class of 2017, for being selected to participate in the VCE Season of Excellence, a five-month arts festival showcasing outstanding work from secondary schools across Victoria.

Chosen from a competitive field across the state, Kyle, Lacey and Jamie have achieved what many can only dream of – seeing their work come to life in a professionally curated exhibition at the prestigious National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) and Melbourne Museum.

All three pieces are uniquely amazing and took time and dedication to complete.

Lacey’s piece, Imprints is an artwork made with photographs, inkprints, tracing and digital editing. The large-scale installation is built around the theme of ‘identity’. Kyle’s piece Drig, uses visual projection to feature grid animation and music to bring about a sense of calm among observers.

Jamie’s work saw him design a food delivery concept catered towards university students, who often lack time and money to eat healthy foods. Jamie’s design included developing a brand and a range of supporting materials some of which are pictured below.

College teachers Elsina Arackal and Wendy Gilbert stood proudly with their students and incredible pieces on opening night of both exhibitions.

For Natasha, Top Class saw her take to the stage at the Melbourne Recital Centre in Southbank on March 6, with a wonderful vocal performance of the Regina Spektor song, Apres Moi.

Well done to Kyle, Lacey, Jamie and Natasha on this outstanding achievement.

Top Arts 2018 is on at NGV’s design studio at Federation Square until July 18. For more information and to read more about Kyle and Lacey’s work visit

Top Design is on at the Melbourne Museum until July 15. For more information click here.

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