Creative Arts

Year 3-6 after-school Drama opportunity

Drama is great way to build skills in communication, problem solving, build confidence and learn how to navigate group dynamics. Here’s a chance for students to explore all these possibilities through a non-threatening, inclusive activity-based introduction to drama and performance.

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Effie Pryer, IWD breakfast guest

Effie Pryer is a young artist who has been painting and exhibiting for a number of years in Hobart. Effie’s family mo​ved to Hobart when she was three, and she enrolled at Dominic College in Year 4 when her mother started work next door at GYC. She always loved painting and expressive arts, from an early age, and Art classes at Dominic College in Years 7-10 were what she looked forward to

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2018 College Calendar available

The 2018 College calendar has been printed and mailed to families last week. We hope you will begin to review and mark in dates important to you and your family. The calendar will also be availabl

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Bell Shakespeare partnership

​The renowned Bell Shakespeare Theatre Company has announced that Dominic College's Head of English, Mrs Jan Marcenko, is one of just 30 teachers nationally (just two from Tasmania) to receive a Regional Teacher Mentorship. This mentorship gives Dominic College a fully-funded, year-long mentorship with the company.

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Creative Arts hub development update

The Fra Angelico Creative Arts Centre will provide students with two new fine arts classrooms, two new sound proof music classrooms, a new creative studio, seven new practice rooms with adjoining recording room, print making room, a new courtyard, an outdoor walkway and improvements to the adjacent landscaping.

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Carols from the choir

Following the special K-2 carols presented to parents at Dominic College​ there have been several more opportunities for the community to enjoy carols from our lovely choirs.

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Beautiful K-2 carols

​On Wednesday afternoon, the Savio Centre was filled with our wonderful K-2 parents,and grandparents as they gathered to be inspired by the carol singing of our students in the Early Years classes. Our K-2 students

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Taiko drumming performance

​The impressive Taiko drumming performance, which was such a hit at the Asian Festival assembly, is now online for those who missed it on the day. Dominic College Year 8-10 students of Japanese attended 11 taiko workshops with the awesome team from Taiko Drum. The gro

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Music - Count Us In

On Thursday 2 November, 650 000 students around Australia celebrated music together, through Music Count Us In. Our Kinder to Year 1 students sang their hearts out at school, whilst our Year 2-6 students travelled to Bellerive Boardwalk with 1000 other students, from 7 other schools, to take part in the Hobart Music Count Us In event.

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Talking Heads 2017 quality drama

​Last week 16 talented Year 9 and 10 Drama students took to the stage to present the College’s 2017 Talking Heads – an ensemble of wonderful monologues. They were supported by Year 8 Drama student Tom Atkinson with his expert management of the sound for the two-night show. It takes, courage and convic

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