Creativity rules at Felixton art week

Matthew Röttcher and Matthew Black try to hone in on their sewing skills for their dream catchers PHOTO: Orrin Singh

FELIXTON College launched its High School Arts Festival last week.

Simphiweyinkosi Skhosana remains calm as she puts on the finishing touches to her mosaic – PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

Olwethu Zondo, Cebo Zulu, Hector Hughs get to grips with crafts as they create their paper maché masterpieces – PHOTO: Orrin Singh

There was something for everyone as learners got to express their creativeness with a host of activities that were showcased throughout the week.

Davayn Pillay tries to score maximum points at the dart paint arena – PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

With her sewing skills on point, Luthando Hlongwa fared much better than the guys with her dream catcher
– PHOTO: Orrin Singh

Photography, silkscreen printing, mosaic making, biscuit icing, dancing, entrepreneurship, karate, beadwork, yoga, henna, drumming, bridge building, hip hop, painting and illustration, photoshop, tassle decor, papier maché, dreamcatchers and taikwando were just some of the options that scholars had to choose from.

For the ones who adopted the ‘don’t mess with me’ attitude, karate lessons were the first priority
– PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

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