Local students enter Wild At Art

by Brighton Council
Victorian Earless Dragon by Elehna

Brighton Council recently sponsored local schools to enter Wild At Art, Australia’s biggest wildlife art competition for kids. With eight entries from St Pauls and two from Northern Christian School, all participating students within Brighton received special prizes and certificates for being involved. Well done to Elehna, Tiffany, James, Ethan A, Finlay, Oliver, Ethan C, Brooklyn, Nevaeh and Max on their beautiful artworks!

Black Flanked Rock Wallaby by Finlay

Wild At Art is run by the Australian Conservation Foundation. Each year children unleash their artistic creativity while learning about Australia’s threatened animals and plants, and the threats facing them. Children submit a short written component on their chosen threatened species and an original piece of artwork.

The original artwork and student write-ups are currently on display at Brighton Civic Centre, so check them out next time you’re passing by or having a coffee in the Bean to Brew café.

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Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
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Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
Local students enter Wild At Art
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