World Environment Day art winners
And the winners of the World Environment Day Community Arts Competition are
Primary Freya Hawke; Primary Elizabeth Bilton Highly Commended; Primary Group Orange Public School 6J (Penguins – see picture); Primary Group Orange Public School 3N Highly Commended; Secondary Ayla Manwaring; Adult Stephen Nugent and Adult Yvette Black Highly Commended. Entries were judged by Orange Art Gallery Director Alan Sisley and Orange City Librarian Elizabeth Barry. The competition is an initiative of ECCO (Environmentally Concerned Citizens of Orange) and Orange City Council. Come and see all the entries on display at Orange City Library for the next week. There are landscapes, poems, stories, a globe, robots, collages, drawings and lots of recycled materials put to artistic use. Freya Hawke was excited to learn she had won for her work called Environmental Helpers. She demonstrated how it works and the environmental tip I received was “to help save petrol walk or ride instead of taking the car”. I think I can do that. And a tip from the Library is to splurge $1 on a Library Bag and you'll never have to use a plastic bag again.
World Environment Day Art Entries Due In
The theme is Your Planet Needs You! Why? How? Where? for the inaugural World Environment Day Orange Community Arts Competition – a joint initiative of Ecologically Concerned Citizens of Orange (ECCO) and Orange City Council. A reminder that entries are due in by 5pm Wednesday 3 June at Orange City Library. A wide range of art mediums are invited including painting, photography, poster art, calligraphy, collage or sculpture. It is a chance to use art to engage the community and talk about environmental issues. For more information call Nick King from ECCO on 6362 6827. Entries must address the theme and prizes are sponsored by ECCO and Book City. Good Luck!