2017 art competition winners

In the lead up to the 2021 art competition celebrating the brain, here is a snapshot of competition winning artworks by school students in 2017 ⎮ 1 min read

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Every year, we celebrate Brain Awareness Week, by running an art competition for Australian primary school students.

Follow this link to find out more details and don't forget to send your entry in by the closing date: 16 April 2021.

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Here is a snapshot of competition winners from 2017.

Students were asked to create an artwork by completing the thought:

‘I use my brain to…’

Category 1. Foundation year (Prep) and Year 1

1st place: Stefanie K, VIC
2nd place: Tess L, QLD
3rd place: Jai B, NSW

Stefanie K, VIC
Tess L, QLD
Jai B, NSW

Category 2. Years 2 – 4

1st place: Ghil G, QLD           
2nd place: Riley W, NSW
3rd place: Gabby F, NSW

Ghil G, QLD
Riley W, NSW
Gabby F, NSW

Category 3. Years 5 – 6

1st place: Kane P, NSW
2nd place: Lok Yi L, VIC
3rd place: Amelia G, VIC

Kane P, NSW
Lok Yi L, VIC
Amelia G, VIC

This information originally appeared on The Brain Dialogue. Read the original article: https://www.brainfunction.edu.au/education-and-training/primary/artcomp2017/

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