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Yuelamu NAIDOC Week Art Competition Winners

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Yuelamu had an impressive number of entries into the NAIDOC Week Art Award, so much so that four categories had to be created. The theme this year was ‘Always was – always will be.’

 Rhys Murphy (main photo, on left) won the Best Pottery category with his entry “Blue” (below left).

Tanisha Charles (main photo, on right) won the Best Canvas category for her entry “One Land, One People” (below right).

Rhys Murphy won the Best Pottery category with his entry “Blue” for NAIDOC Week 2020     Tanisha Charles won the Best Canvas category for her entry “One Land, One People” NAIDOC Week 2020

 Jessica Malbunka (below left) won the Best Poster category with her entry “Are you listening?”(below right).

Jessica Malbunka won the Best Poster category with her entry “Are you listening?” NAIDOC Week 2020       Best Poster category winning  entry “Are you listening?” by Jessica Malbunka NAIDOC Week 2020

The other category was Modelling Clay (or Plasticine) and the senior class of 2020 at Mt Allen School received an ‘Outstanding Achievement’ certificate for their combined efforts of the model hut sculptures they made (below).

Senior class of 2020 at Mt Allen School model hut sculptures for NAIDOC Week 2020

Well done to all the entrants.