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A selection of student artwork from the Calendar for Cultural Diversity.

2023 Creating Connections

Artworks submitted for consideration for inclusion in the 2023 Calendar for cultural diversity were representative of the theme Creating Connections.

Schools were also invited to submit artworks on the relevant lunar new year, and its Australian zodiac equivalent. 2023 is the Lunar Year of the Rabbit/Platypus.

Selected artworks are showcased in the gallery below.

View the 2023 gallery.


Image: Calendar for cultural diversity, 2023

2022 In my language

Artworks submitted for consideration for inclusion in the 2022 Calendar for cultural diversity were representative of the theme In my language.

Schools were also invited to submit artworks on the relevant lunar new year, and its Australian zodiac equivalent. 2022 is the Lunar Year of the Tiger/Tasmanian Tiger.

Selected artworks are showcased in the gallery below.

View the 2022 gallery

Image: Calendar for cultural diversity, 2022

2021 Stronger together

Artworks submitted for consideration for inclusion in the 2021 Calendar for cultural diversity were representative of the theme Stronger together.

Schools were also invited to submit artworks on the relevant lunar new year, and its Australian zodiac equivalent. 2021 was the Lunar Year of the Ox/Rabbit.

Selected artworks are showcased in the gallery below.

View the 2021 gallery

Image: Calendar for cultural diversity, 2021

History of the calendar for cultural diversity

Since 1999 the calendar for cultural diversity has promoted intercultural understanding, cultural and linguistic diversity, community harmony and social inclusion across NSW public schools and their communities.

The artworks selected for inclusion in each calendar represents the creative talents of public school students from across the state.

Category:

  • Teaching and learning

Business Unit:

  • Educational Standards
  • Learning Improvement
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