Kelston Girls’ College presents a photographic exhibition of still life that reflects the student’s interpretation of what food means to them. Throughout this project these photographers have been privileged to work with numerous professionals. Artist and founder of SaVAge K’lub Rosanna Raymond ran a word workshop which assisted in the writing of their brief, ‘The Creative Souls Project’, and supported some of the students in the creation of their still life arrangements. Finally, they worked alongside photographer Desmond Burdon learning how to photograph their work in context. The result is an intriguingly diverse range of work that celebrates individuality and culture.
A free family drop-in acitivty asks you to sketch your favourite food onto a paper plate to take home. Think about how best to present the food items together just like the beautiful photographs in Project Kai exhibition.
Image: Jayd Pulefale: Umu, 2017 (detail)
6 May - 9 July
The Learning Centre