Art Competition 2007    

 

This is a banner saying 'NSW Schools Art Competition'

The Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW held an art competition for school students entitled Be a Mate, Don't Discriminate as part of Law Week events for 2007. Students were asked to illustrate what their community would look like without discrimination.

Winners were awarded in three categories: Kindergarten to Year 2; Years 3-6 and Years 7-12. There were also five finalists in categories K-2 and 7-12, and 10 in category 3-6.

Board President Stepan Kerkyasharian presented the winners with certificates and book vouchers for themselves and their schools at a ceremony at Parliament House. Finalists also received certificates.

Winners

Years K-2

Anthea Trusler, aged 5, from Annandale

This is an image of the winning entry in the Years K-2 category by Anthea Trusler


Years 3-6 (2)

James Feng, aged 12, from Carlingford

This is an image of the winning entry in the Years 3-6 category by James Feng



This is an image of the winners of the Art Competition, Adele Bowden, Anthea Trusler, Tegan Armstrong and James Feng

 

(L-R) Winners Adele Bowden, Anthea Trusler,
Tegan Armstrong, James Feng

Years 3-6 (1)

Tegan Armstrong, aged 10, from Mount Kanwary

This is an image of the winning entry in the Years 3-6 category by Tegan Armstrong


Years 7-12

Adele Bowden, aged 15, from Lake Macquarie

This is an image of the winning entry in the Years 7-12 category by Adele Bowden




 

Worksheet for teachers

As part of the competition, the Board provided worksheets for primary school teachers to use to workshop issues of bullying and harassment with their pupils. 

red arrow   Art Competition Worksheet 1 (178 Kb)