TEA NSW presents
Texstyle 2021 Virtual Exhibition
The Texstyle HSC Exhibition is an annual event which has been held for over 15 years, designed to showcase excellence and promote Textiles and Design in both the education and wider communities. It provides opportunities for students and teachers to engage with exemplary work samples.
Texstyle 2021 will showcase 20 exemplary Textiles and Design projects from the 2020 Higher School Certificate in a virtual space. Our design team has embraced the challenge of delivering a virtual exhibition and worked to capture each project using high-resolution photography, 3D imagery and deep zoom orthomosaics. This virtual exhibition has been designed to provide viewers the opportunity to examine the projects in a way that has never been possible. The below link is a preview of the virtual exhibition.
This digital offering is focused on creating a high-quality resource accessible for all students and teachers that will not only showcase excellence, but provide the opportunity to examine each of these projects at a level that has not been possible at a physical exhibition.
We are excited to launch Texstyle 2021 with you on March 8!
VIRTUAL EXHIBITION – LIVE from March 8
STUDENT SEMINARS – accessible from March 15:
- Cost $300 per school
- Access to virtual exhibition
- Access to recorded seminar content from 15 March – 8 May.
- Recorded content is best incorporated into timetabled lessons, supported by the teacher.
- 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.
Live Q&A sessions with presenters will be available 24 – 31 March. These sessions will be recorded and available to those unable to attend the live sessions.
- Student Seminar + booklet
- Developing high-quality digital folios
- Production drawings
- Cultural inspirations – referencing indigenous motifs in your MTP
- Tips for applying high-quality manufacturing and surface decoration techniques
Please note: Shape 2020 will open at The Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences on 27 February 2021.