2016 ART COMPETITION
The competition was open to all NSW primary aged children in 2016. Entries closed in August 2016 with over 600 children participating. The competition culminated in an exhibition of 45 artworks at the City of Sydney library and Community Centre Surry Hills, running from September 7 (National Threatened Species Day) to September 24.
LAUNCH AND PRIZE GIVING SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
Some images from the launch and prize giving on September 7, 2016, sponsored by the Animal Justice Party at Parliament House. The address was given by indigenous elder Uncle Max, whose speech on our deep connection with animals enthralled the crowd of nearly 100 people there. Many thanks to Rosalie Bock for taking such beautiful pics of the event.
ART EXHIBITION - SEPTEMBER 8-24, 2016 - SURRY HILLS LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY CENTRE, SYDNEY