A montage shows design students from MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts crafting the set for the school’s annual end-of-year exhibition. HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop was the main supporter of this year’s exhibition, which was held under the theme of ‘Water Conservation’.
Activities in connection with the exhibition featured 3D water projections, digital, printed, interactive and visual exhibits, the launch of two music videos for the HSBC Water Programme songs, a moving image show and a fashion show.
Students from Our Lady Immaculate School presented the popular HSBC Water Programme songs in front of a large audience comprised of MCAST fraternity, and aficionados of arts. MEP Dr Therese Commodini Cachia was present for the event.
HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop coordinator Glenn Bugeja said: “By engaging with MCAST, we have managed to expand the outreach of the HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop to include further and higher vocational education sector. Furthermore, the addition of such a high profile event will further echo our messages of water conservation, as well as pave way for a permanent new exhibition gallery which can be used for future exhibitions.”