Two Virtual School Victoria students have their work on display at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of Top Arts 2023.
Both Rufus and Miranda studied VCE Art at VSV in 2022. Taiga Luks, who taught both students, said their outstanding VCE folios and results were recognised by being included in Top Arts.
‘It was a pleasure supporting Miranda and Rufus, along with the other very talented Art students through their final year of school,’ said Taiga.
‘I hope their achievements inspire our current and future students.’
The NGV Top Arts exhibition celebrates the creativity, vision and commitment of emerging artists and designers from across the state.
The exhibition is on at the Ian Potter Centre until 9 July and entry is free.
Visit Top Arts 2023 | NGV to view students’ work and folios.
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