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21 October 2010


Holmesglen students from the Community and Transitional Education Department (CATE) have

put together two spectacular events in October for the public to enjoy. These include theatre play

Xavier Leichardt and The Amulet of Jedisan and the free art exhibition Teen Phantasm.

“These activities highlight the individual skills of Work Education students working in collaboration

with the Stage Management students at Holmesglen. Attending the Arts Festival is a highlight for

both students and staff“, said Di Wilson, Teaching Centre Manager for the CATE Department.

Xavier Leichardt and The Amulet of Jedisan

This theatre play is a performance by the CATE students.

Where- St Martins Youth Art Centre, 28 Martins Lane, South Yarra

When- Wednesday 27 October at 1.30pm and 7.30pm

Thursday 28 October at 11am and 7.30pm

Cost- $15 for Adults, $10 concession, $5 per person (school group discount)

Enquiries with Holmesglen on: 03 9564 1745

Teen Phantasm

This exhibition includes photography, ceramics, textiles, drawings, printing, mosaics, film and

animation and much more created by Transitional Education and Victorian Certificate of Applied

Learning (Foundation) students.

Where- St Martins Youth Art Centre, 28 Martins Lane, South Yarra

When- General viewing Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 October, 10am 5pm

Gala Opening Wednesday 27 October, 6pm- 7.30pm (official opening 6.45pm)

Cost- Free

Enquiries with Holmesglen on: 03 9564 1744

Holmesglen provides various opportunities across its courses for students to gain real life, hands

on experience, including events, public art displays, work placements, and industry links. 


For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Karen Hook, Marketing and Communications Manager

T +61 3 9564 1651   F +61 3 9564 1812  


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About Holmesglen

Renowned as a centre of excellence for the design and delivery of education and training services,

Holmesglen is one of the largest providers of higher and vocational education in Victoria, with over

50,000 students across three campuses at Chadstone, Moorabbin and Waverley.

Offering over 600 programs across eleven study areas, including degrees, graduate certificates

advanced diplomas, diplomas, certificates, pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships, short courses

and the Vocational College, offering an alternative to VCE.

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