Aboriginal Art Competition

Aboriginal Art Competition

Are you an artist or designer from the Bundjalung, Githabul, or Yaegl people? Or know someone who is?

 The Northern NSW Local Health District Aboriginal Health Unit is looking for an original piece of work and story that depicts our theme of “Working together to improve Aboriginal health and wellbeing”.

 Kirsty Glanville, Associate Director of the Aboriginal Health Unit, said the competition was an opportunity to connect with local communities and find a design that represents the local region for everyone.

 “The artwork we’re looking for will help raise the profile of our unit and the services we provide to our Aboriginal communities throughout the lands of the Bundjalung, Githabul, and Yaegl people,” she said.

 “It will be something we’re proud to have on our shirts, for example, and something the Aboriginal community will recognise and trust when they see our health services.”

 The prize for the winning artist is $5000. Submissions must be original and include a title, description, or story relating to the theme.

 Entries close 26 April, 2019.

 For an entry form or more information, contact Aboriginal Health Workers, Laurel Rogers, at laurel.rogers@health.nsw.gov.au or 6620 7557; or Ellis Bradshaw at ellis.bradshaw@health.nsw.gov.au or 6620 2740.

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