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Exhibition: Schools Reconciliation Challenge

Where
6 Macquarie St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
NSW Parliament House
When

Weekdays, 9am to 5pm Thursday 4 August to Wednesday 31 August

Cost

Free

Each year, Reconciliation NSW's Schools Reconciliation Challenge encourages school students to share their vision for reconciliation in Australia, and to explore particular themes. The theme for the 2021 Challenge, 'Under one Sky: Today, Tomorrow and Forever', asked students to explore First Nations astrology - a long-standing and innovative scientific knowledge that has been integrated with current scientific practices. The artworks created reflect the students' understanding of the significance of First Nations knowledges and reconciliation more broadly.

The works from Challenge finalists are proudly on display along the NSW Parliament's Reconciliation Wall until 31 August 2022. Visit at 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney on weekdays between 9am and 5pm.

The exhibition is being hosted at the Parliament by the President of the Legislative Council, the Honourable Matthew Mason-Cox.

Covid-safe information

As part of the Parliament of NSW's COVID safety measures, visitors will be required to have their temperature checked and are kindly requested not to visit if experiencing any symptoms of illness, however mild.

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