The Schools Reconciliation Challenge (SRC) is our annual art competition for young people in NSW. The program targets educational institutions across NSW, providing educators with comprehensive teaching resources and activities around Reconciliation. It aims to use art as a vehicle for engagement in Reconciliation, assist educators to teach their students about Indigenous issues in an informed, meaningful and culturally sensitive manner, and foster respectful relationships between schools and local Aboriginal communities.
A big congratulations to the winners of the SRC 2015, in the primary school category: Classes 5S and 6G from Cronulla Public School, in the secondary school category: Mikayla Li from Reddam House! Congratulations also to all our place holders and highly commended recipients. We were blown away by the quality of the works we received this year. If you are interested in checking out the finalist entries they are on display at the Rocks Discovery Museum until October 4th.
You can still download our 2015 e-kit here.
You can register your interest for the 2016 SRC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos of all the final entries for 2015 are below.