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Visual arts

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The Visual Arts at MBC continue to be successful with passionate practitioners and participants involved across a range of media.

Art students initially develop skills in traditional areas such as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, and design. However, this expands to include digital applications beyond just static image. 

 

Multiple visual art media may now combine allowing flexibility for akonga. 

 

Individual excellence and collaborative projects are available in support of learner needs. This includes murals, folios, digital moving images, and a high achiever's group focused on Excellence and Scholarship.