Manning Great Lakes Technology Display

Three-stringed cigar box guitars with tuning pegs were made by Samuel O'Bryan of Taree High School and were at the display in 2016.
Three-stringed cigar box guitars with tuning pegs were made by Samuel O'Bryan of Taree High School and were at the display in 2016.

The Manning Great Lakes Technology Display and Competition will be back at the Manning Regional Art Gallery from November 30 to December 14.

The display will showcase students work from local high schools from Gloucester, Bulahdelah, Tuncurry-Forster, Taree and Wingham. 

Running annually for some 25 years, the event is organised and run by the local group of dedicated technology teachers from public and independent high schools.

Students from years seven to 12 will have their work on display, encompassing many and varied innovative and imaginative projects.

Major prizes will be awarded from a prize pool worth over $4000 to the winners of a number of categories, including junior mandatory technology through to senior design and technology subjects.

Projects will include areas of wood and metal working, design, engineering, graphics, electronics, furniture, textiles, STEM and many more.