The two-storey Angelico Centre will replace the current single-storey art, tech and design facility, doubling the school’s capacity for learning in woodwork and tech subjects without expanding the building’s footprint.
1/2 Proposed learning and meeting spaces and woodworking facilities beyond. Image: R&Y
2/2 Capacity for woodworking and tech learning will double when the new Angelico Centre opens. Image: R&Y
Situated between our 2019-completed Caleruega Hall and St Dominic’s Hall, the building will complete the connection between the heritage convent building, the Therese Sweeney Music Centre, St Dominic’s and Caleruega. With expanded art spaces catering to 2D, ceramics, digital art and digital media, more classes will occur simultaneously over two levels. Construction is expected to commence by the end of 2021.