With only a few days before their work goes on display, students at Kinross Wolaroi School are squirrelling away in studios, art rooms and fabric classes to put the finishing touches ahead of the Visual Arts and Textile Exhibition.
The exhibition, which puts work from students in years nine, 10 and 11 on display, will be held this Friday from 5.30pm, with a textiles parade at 6.30pm.
Textiles teacher Penny Chandler said it was an "exciting and stressful" time of year.
"Everyone loves the show but there's a lot of work which goes behind the scenes the goes into it," she said, gesturing to students buzzing around her.
Year nine students have been focusing on pyjamas and hoodies while year 10s have produced corsets based on a culture of their choice.
Meanwhile, year 11 textile students have put together apparel based on the film Mamma Mia.
Mrs Chandler said the visual arts, created by students from years 9-11, had a large variety on show.
"There's still life painting through to ceramics and even lino cutting as well," she said.
"This is a whole year's worth of work, from terms one, two and three ... it's a really diverse range of work."
Entry is free, while food tech and hospitality students will be serving food and drink.
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