Announcing The Archibull Prize animation finalists

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An 2017 Archibull Prize Finalists Update

it gives us great pleasure to announce the following schools that are finalists in the animation section of The Archibull Prize

  •  The Henry Lawson High School from Grenfell, NSW,
  • St Raphaels Catholic School Cowra NSW
  • Little Bay Community of Schools from Chifley NSW
  • Kellyville High School Sydney NSW St Raphaels Catholic School Cowra  NSW
  • Gwynneville Public School Wollongong NSW
  • Blacktown Girls High School in Sydney NSW

You can access them all on Youtube below

 

The Archibull Prize provides students with a life size fibreglass cow on which the students create an artwork using the theme “Feeding, clothing and powering a hungry nation is a shared responsibility. The program design also invites the students to be part of the solution by sharing their ideas on how to tackle these challenges as individuals, as a community and as the mums and dads of the next generation.

The program also matches Young Farming Champions (YFC), enthusiastic young people working within agriculture to each school. The YFC support the students and excite them about career prospects in the sector. – climate change, food and fashion waste, declining natural resources and biosecurity.

As part of the competition students also write a blog and create animations and infographics that show their knowledge of the issues facing agriculture and their call to action

The winners will be announced at The Archibull Prize Awards and Exhibition Day on November 21st 2017 coinciding with National Agriculture Day

 

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