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Term two, printmaking - No place to hide. animal conservation kids art classes kids art competiton kids collaborative art kids printmaking native australian animals threatened species Sep 07, 2021

"No place to hide", mixed media printmaking.


Group artwork created by our 6 – 8-year-old students.
Term 2, Monday after school art classes, (26th April - 21st June, before the 2021 Sydney lockdown)

Selected finalist of the “Wild at art” threatened species event hosted by ACF,...

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Term two, 2021, printmaking - The Journey for change. animal conservation kids art classes kids art competiton kids collaborative art kids printmaking native australian animals Sep 06, 2021

"The Journey for change” mixed media printmaking.

 Group artwork created by our 6 – 8-year-old students.
Term 2, Tuesday after school art classes, (27th of April -15th of June. before the 2021 Sydney lockdown)

Selected finalist of the “Wild at art” threatened species...

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Term three sculpture - Native Australian Birds 2019. animal conservation kids art classes kids design kids drawing kids sculpture native australian animals Sep 25, 2019

Term three sculpture classes are one of our student's favourite creative activities of the year.

Native Australian Birds was the theme for this year. Our youngest students, aged six to eight years old, enjoyed learning how to draw then sculpt Kookooburras, Goulden finches and Cockatoos.

Our older...

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Art Box Workshops award winning art school 2019. animal conservation kids art classes kids art exhibition kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking native australian animals native australian flowers threatened species Sep 06, 2019

Thank you to our term two art students who had worked so hard creating such beautiful artworks on their chosen threatened species.
Our student-created an individual artwork and also joined the whole class to create one group artwork.

Each year our students enter their artworks into the ...

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Art books of threatened species - Hand made by students. animal conservation art book kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking native australian animals native australian flowers threatened species Aug 06, 2019

Concertina Books of Threatened Species

Our teenage students had the opportunity to create a concertina book to display the threatened species that they were most concerned about, descriptions of each artwork from top to bottom.

The barrier range dragon by Lucinda
Lucinda chose The Barrier Range...

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Award winning artwork - Cool Owls of Sydney. animal conservation kids art competiton kids art exhibition kids collaborative art kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking term two threatened species Aug 06, 2019

Cool Owls of Sydney

We chose the Powerful Owl because we thought it looked cool, being so large with its massive claws and being able to catch and eat such large prey such as possums.
 
We love the fact that this giant Owl lives so close to our homes in Sydney, but unfortunately, the...
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Collaborative artworks - Brolga Crane and Sunshine Wattle. animal conservation kids art classes kids collaborative art kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking native australian animals native australian flowers Aug 04, 2019

Brolga Gathering on Limited Wetlands

Our younger students chose the Brolga Crane, as it is one of Australia's largest and most iconic birds. The name comes from the Aboriginal language Gamilaraay, which they are called Burralga.

Our art class was fascinated watching their courting dance, and...

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Collaborative Artwork - Bellinger River Snapping Turtle. animal conservation kids art competiton kids collaborative art kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking native australian animals native australian flowers Aug 04, 2019

Turtles Need Bellinger River To Be Kept Clean

Our students fell in love with the Bellinger River snapping turtle and were sad with the thought that they could become extinct because of the Logging that is commencing on the headwaters and tributaries of three important N.S.W rivers; Kalang,...
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Collaborative artworks - Corroboree Frog and Swamp Orchid. animal conservation kids art classes kids collaborative art kids design kids drawing kids painting kids printmaking native australian animals native australian flowers Aug 04, 2019

Fungus Threatens Frogs

The Corroboree Frog is found in south-eastern NSW and the ACT. It is a very tiny amphibian weighing only 3 grams and no bigger than 3 cm. Although small in size they have very unique patterns; bold yellow and black longitudinal stripes on its top, sides and legs and...
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