Shape is an annual exhibition of exemplary Major Projects developed by HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students.

A variety of sensational major works from our Class of 2022 cohort: Lucy’s Textiles and Design garment was created for Katniss from the Hunger Games, inspired by the iconic ‘chariot’ and ‘mocking jay’ costumes worn by Jennifer Lawrence in the film series. Oliver Gregg’s guitar built for Industrial Tech, was inspired by the jazz pop- rock era, with the body manufactured from Tasmanian Blackwood, the neck made from Queensland maple and the fretboard manufactured gidgee (acacia cambagei). Nathan’s Design and Technology major work ‘Spine Trainer’ solution focused upon the common problem of poor seating posture in office environments with poor ergonomics, a cause of 33% of work-related injuries according to CorityOne.

We extend our congratulations to the following students who have been nominated:

Textiles and Design: Lucy Barden.

Industrial Technology:
Morgan Alexander, Luka File, Phoebe Fortin, Oliver Gregg, Ethan Laszok, Emily Moraitis, Hannah Saw, Henry Wood and Bryn Young.

Design and Technology:
Nathan Blanchard, Meg Boyce, Jack Conomos, Leo Greyling, Amy Oaten, Jasmine Small, Dae Jin Stanton, Kathryn Trewhella, Grace Tweed, Henry Wood and Michael Xie.

The Shape exhibition will be held at the Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, Sydney from 3 March to 21 May 2023.