School Reconciliation Challenge 2020

Caring for Country - 2020 Finalists Exhibition

The Schools Reconciliation Challenge is an annual writing and art program for young people across NSW and the ACT. It's a great way for students to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia and contribute positively to Australian society while meeting the objectives of the K-6 and 7-10 syllabus.

Every year, students create artworks and stories inspired by a theme, and reflect on what reconciliation means to them.

The theme for 2020 was Caring for Country and we are pleased to be displaying the artworks in the Foyers of International Towers, Tower Two and Tower Three from this weekend. 

We have partnered with Reconciliation NSW to present the 2020 finalist artworks on display in our foyers from Saturday 15th May. The exhibition will coincide with the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Australian flags flying in unison across International Towers.

This year in 2021 we celebrate 12 years of the Schools Reconciliation Challenge and our theme is Under One Sky: Yesterday, Today and Forever.

Entries for the 2021 Challenge close 30 August 2021.

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