Painting their future

Njabulo Sukazi, grade 12, shares her art. The theme is reveal and conceal.


Grade 12s at Dainfern College showcased their artistic talents recently.

Nicole Miseer, Dainfern visual arts teacher said that she was extremely proud of the effort and time her students put into their projects and wishes them the absolute best in future endeavours.

Karen Cosh, head of academics, welcomed the parents and the children.

Cosh gave special thanks to the parents for all their patience for lugging all the projects with them and driving their children to get supplies and equipment.

The children enjoyed an exciting evening of showcasing and explaining their art pieces.

Njabulo Sukazi (Grade 12), is top of her class and was inspired by her friend, Lethabo Mashita, who has always believed in her and always believed that she can be an amazing artist. According to Sukazi, they have been inseparable since they became friends in Grade 8 and they believe they met to build each other up.

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