Designs on Eye on Nature Wearable Art Fashion Show

Students working with technology to create a Wearable Art costume. Photo supplied

‘Eye on Nature’ is a popular educational environmental programme that the Manukau Beautification Trust hosts annually and is widely attended by the primary and secondary school students as well as the general public.

Sponsored by the Auckland Southern Local Boards and the Second Nature Charitable Trust, the Manukau Beautification Trust’s ‘Eye on Nature’ Wearable Art Fashion Show has become a much anticipated dramatic platform, where students will showcase some of the most creative entries imaginable.

Students hard at work on their wearable arts creations.

Students are encouraged to use recyclable, repurposed and or organic materials. Entries just keep getting more impressive each year.

This year, the High School and Primary/Intermediate School 2019 Wearable Art competition is themed ‘Nurturing our Forest’ Friend or Foe.

The Little Einstein group, a team of four boys and six girls from Pointview Primary School are excited to be entering two costumes, thinking outside the square using STEM subjects’ science, math and technology to come up with an artistic costume to be modelled on the cat walk.

Providing students with an exciting opportunity to perform in a professional venue, the EON Wearable Art Fashion Show will be held at the Vodafone Event Centre on Thursday June 27 at 6.30pm.

Tickets can be purchased on the Manukau Beautification Trust FB page.

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