Warawi Yana Nura – Art, Acknowledgements and Creativity

Our Aboriginal student leadership program continued today here at Brewongle EEC. Students got their smocks on and let the artistic talent flow. We saw some amazing designs as we worked on some rather large animals. Using a combination of symbols, dots, hand prints and other techniques – we now have some very impressive large paintings to put up!

Erin Wilkins – our Darug educator also helped students develop their own acknowledgment of country. Students are now taking a leadership role within their schools and reading acknowledgments at school events. The Aboriginal Representative Council at Blacktown Girls High is in full swing and I look forward to hearing of their initiatives.

Thanks so much to all participants and have a great holiday everyone.

2 Comments on “Warawi Yana Nura – Art, Acknowledgements and Creativity

  1. Wow The animals look great! I love to see the creative juices flowing at Brewongle.

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    • Thanks Robyn – it was a lovely way to end the term. They do look pretty cool.

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