School groups visiting Texstyle can also visit Shape 2018 at the Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Sciences, Ultimo. Admission is free for school groups but bookings are essential.
Students whose major project is selected for Texstyle will be notified by the Texstyle exhibition coordinators in early December.
The Shape exhibition features a selection of exemplary Major Projects from HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students from the 2018 Higher School Certificate examinations.
Shape 2018 opens at the Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences on 22 February 2019 and closes on 5 May 2019.
Seminars for the Preliminary and HSC courses are presented in separate sessions.
Cost (includes GST) $36.00* (including Industry expo and student booklet)
*one teacher admitted free for every 20 students booked
Year 12 seminars for Design and Technology, Industrial Technology, Textiles and Design students
25 February – 1 March 2019
Texstyle, the exhibition of a selection of exemplary major textile projects, coordinated by the Technology Educators Association NSW will be on at The Muse, Ultimo TAFE, Sydney from 12-16 March 2019. Year 11 Textiles and Design students are encouraged to attend the seminars associated with Texstyle.
School groups visiting Texstyle can also visit Shape 2018 at the Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Sciences, Ultimo, Sydney. Admission to the museum is free for school groups but bookings are essential.
Please only use this form on the day it is downloaded as seminar availability changes.
Booking will be processed in order of receipt. A tax invoice will be emailed to schools as confirmation of the booking. Full payment must be made prior to the date of attendance. Bookings are not confirmed until payment is received.
“Megan provides a detailed justification that her focus area is apparel. She has a variety of relevant inspirations such as beading, embroidery, the 1920’s and The Great Gatsby movie. Her inspirations are clearly reflected in her ready to wear dress. Megan justifies how these are innovative and give creativity to her design. She has critically analysed the relationship of her historical, cultural and contemporary inspirations to her dress. Megan has a variety of well labelled pictures to illustrate her inspirations and they are presented in a contemporary manner.”
explains the relationship of the design inspiration to the nominated focus area
justifies particular creative and/or innovative design ideas or techniques developed from the design inspiration
critically analyses and explains the relationship of the design inspiration to the historical/cultural or contemporary factors that have contributed to the design and manufacture of the item/s
“Savvena has high quality, labelled drawings that reflect her inspirations of 18th Century French culture and gothic architecture. Her drawings show a development of ideas and there is a visual flow from drawing 1 to drawing 2. Savvena has evaluated her designs by analysing the strengths and negative aspects of each concept and clearly explained how her inspirations are included in her designs.”
Visual Design Development
includes appropriately labelled high quality sketches/drawings that clearly indicate the link between inspiration and design
explains the inspiration, development and evaluation of design ideas for the item/s
“Megan has accurately described her rain jacket, swimmers and hat. Her production drawings are of a professional standard. They are to scale, show front and back views and measurements are well labelled. Megan has included all her pattern shapes. They have grain lines, pattern markings and cutting instructions.”
describes item/s accurately and in detail
produces drawings that clearly reflect the textile item/s and which are of professional standard
includes all the required details in the technical production plan
includes a product label that contains all the required aspects appropriate to the selected focus area
“Daphne has experimented extensively and each experiment is relevant to her back pack. Her experiments are clear as they include an aim, method and conclusions. Daphne has included evidence of each experiment and justifies how the results will influence the construction of her backpack.”
Experiments with materials, equipment and manufacturing processes applicable to the item and modifies design and/or construction as a result of the experimentation
Provides thorough details of materials, equipment and manufacturing processes used and justifies their use on the basis of comprehensive investigations
Student seminars will focus on the development and production of the Major Textiles Project, with a focus on proficiency, creativity and innovation in relation to the Stage 6 Textiles and Design Syllabus and Marking Guidelines. At the conclusion of the seminar, students will have the opportunity to view and analyse the exhibition showcasing the 2017 Textiles and Design HSC MTP Works of Excellence.
Cost $15 per student *
Sessions will commence at 10:00am, 11:30am and 12:45pm (duration 45minutes)
*everyone attending seminars must also purchase a show entry ticket from the event website: www.craftevents.com.au
2018 Student and Teacher Seminars
The Teacher Seminar is to be run in conjunction
with the 2018 TEXSTYLE Exhibition at Rosehill
Gardens Racecourse that is on display as a part of the
Stitches and Craft Show.
The Teacher Seminar will be presented by an experienced
HSC Textiles & Design teacher and will focus on classroom
management of the Major Textiles Project (MTP). The
seminar will impart detailed information and provide
relevant experience to give participants a deep
understanding of what is required for the Stage 6 Textiles
and Design MTP. Participants will be given comprehensive
information about management and teaching strategies for
the MTP that can be utilised in the classroom. At the
conclusion of the seminar, participants will have the
opportunity to view and analyse the exhibition showcasing
the 2017 Textiles and Design HSC MTP Works of
Cost $35per participant *
Seminar willcommence at 10:00am, concluding at
*everyone attending seminars must also purchase a show entry ticket from the event
St Columba Anglican School
TEXSTYLE – SYDNEY WITH MAJOR TEXTILE PROJECTS 2017INSPIRATION
The HSC Texstyle display featured at Intocraft LIVE Sydney. A whole new range of creative, textile wearable clothing and creations were on display to inspire future HSC students at the show.
If you’re a student or a parent/teacher who wanted to bring a student along for HSC inspiration, this was a must-see show. Student projects include a written portfolio that explains their investigation into their ideas for their projects, which results in a very creative showcase.
Year 12 Textiles and Design projects were selected for display at the Shape Exhibition. The new look Technology exhibition was launched in 2016 and features a selection of exemplary Major Projects from HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students in 2016. These students earn the honour of having their work being exhibited at two exhibitions! The projects are on display at the Powerhouse Museum until 7 May 2017, and were featured at the Texstyle Exhibition (2 March – 5 March, Intocraft Live Show at Rosehill Gardens).
Congratulations to the following students for this dual recognition:
• Bridget Baskerville – Kandos High School
• Azia Carothers – Northern Beaches Secondary College Freshwater
• Yasmine Cipolla – Queenwood School for Girls
• Jodie Hui – North Sydney Girls High School
• Miela Malyon – Sydney Distance Education High School
• Mindy Moe – Kinross Wolaroi School
• Zara Olsen – SCECGS Redlands
• Georgia Perivolaris – Presbyterian Ladies’ College Sydney
• Caitlin Redford – Elizabeth Macarthur High School
• Meagan Watson – Sydney Distance Education High School
• Joanna Zhao – Pymble Ladies’ College
Shape 2016 opened at the Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences on 24 February 2017 and closes on 7 May 2017.
Student seminars focused on the development and production of the Major Textiles Project, with a focus on proficiency, creativity and innovation in relation to the Stage 6 Textiles and Design Syllabus and Marking Guidelines.
At the conclusion of the course, students had the opportunity to view and analyse the exhibition – showcasing the 2016 Textiles and Design – HSC MTP Works of Excellence.
The Teacher seminar were presented by an experienced HSC Textiles and Design Marker and focused on the classroom management of the Major Textiles Project.
The seminar detailed information and provided relevant experiences to participants with an understanding of what is required for the Stage 6 Textiles and Design Major Textiles Project (MTP).