Keela Callan

My artwork is about going and experiencing the amazing views of Uluru. It is also about realising how beautiful Uluru is. My artwork relates to reconciliation because Uluru represents Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ land. I also added some trees to represent how wonderful the land is. The artwork relates to Speaking and Listening from the Heart because Uluru stands as the heart. How? Because Uluru is the heart of Australia and listens to the trees and the earth. How Uluru speaks is another question, it speaks by letting everyone know that it is there.

Reconciliation means… To say sorry for what sadness we have done. It also means to take action on what we have done wrong and fix it. In summary, to say sorry for we have done in history and take a stand. 

Road to Uluru

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Many of these resources and activities have been developed in consultation with NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) to ensure that the program meets NSW curriculum outcomes for Stages 3, 4 & 5.