Creative minds colour TAFEs world

Putting the finishing touches to the mural at Casino TAFE are students (l-r) Rebecca Simpson, Kavita OBrien, Kelly Bush, artist Sharon Walker, Toni Ha and Tyrone Bush. Photo: Audrey Bunn.

Casino TAFE students who enrolled in Creative Arts Workshops this year have certainly left a lasting impression of their time at TAFE.

Under the guiding hands of Coraki artist Sharon Walker and teacher Audrey Bunn the students have transformed a blank wall into a colourful mural for future students, staff and visitors to the campus. The theme of the wall mural is based on the local Richmond River and its ability to support a diversity of life that in turn promotes a healthy ecosystem.

It was a great opportunity for students to experience the benefits of working as a team and to learn new skills, said Audrey. The students have created a permanent artwork that beautifies their campus and reflects todays concerns for the environment. Also, a special mention must go to Kevin Bryant, who helped out a great deal on this mural and was a valuable member of our team, but wasnt able to be there for the final unveiling.

For more information on Creative Arts Workshops or other courses at Casino TAFE phone the campus on 6662 0111.


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