Online entry forms

Art and writing submissions are due in by Friday, 25 September.

Follow these 4 steps

  1. Click here to Register for the 2020 Schools Reconciliation Challenge or for further information email schools@nswreconciliation.org.au
  2. Start with Explore 2020 theme and follow the session guides to inform your lessons about reconciliation and this year’s theme Caring for Country.
  3. Then do the activities in Create Art and/or Create Writing.  There are also many other lessons and activities to assist and inspire students to develop original artworks or stories which reflect their ideas about reconciliation and the theme Caring for Country
  4. Submit the artworks and stories online by 25 September 2020. Each entry must have a completed entry form attached. Use our online forms below.

Submitting your art and writing entries online.

Submit your entries online to us for viewing by our judging panel. All art and writing entries must include the relevant entry form. Ensure that all the information is completed by both teacher/parent and student(s).

Please ensure that your artwork is a jpg or PDF file and that writing files are saved as PDF’s.

Artworks should be photographed or scanned. If using a phone to create the image, please ensure that the camera frames the artwork. Take the photo from above and ensure the image fits squarely/parallel inside the frame. For some tips take a look at this YouTube video

Artworks and Stories files need to be named.

School _Title (of artwork or story)_Name (first-name surname)

examples:   BNPS_My Country_Mary Smith.PDF

KNHS_Rivers and Trees_John Butler.jpg

 

Online Art Submission

Online Writing Submission

Entry requirements

  • Artworks: 2D or digital, maximum size of A1. Must be accompanied by an Artist’s Statement
  • Writing: maximum 500 words, original creative writing that explore the theme. Must be accompanied by a Writer’s Reflection.

Winners

  • Winners will be announced in November.
  • Selected artists and writers may be required to send in their original Artworks
  • Selected works will be exhibited online in 2020.

 

Remember all entries must:

  • reflect the theme Caring for Country and reconciliation more broadly
  • be original creative pieces
  • have an Entry Form attached
  • include an Artist Statement or Writer Reflection (see Entry Form)
  • be submitted by 25 September 2020.

Entries that do not comply to ALL of the above conditions will be excluded from the SRC competition judging.

Send 

All art and writing entries from schools in NSW and the ACT are to be electronically sent to the Reconciliation NSW using the online forms.

Click here for full competition Terms and Conditions.

Teachers Click Here

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.