Students Collaborate to Create Unique Artwork

Students Collaborate to Create Unique Artwork

16 December 2022

During our final school visits for 2022, we have been working on completing a fantastic artwork collaboration that has been created by past MADALAH student and 2010 Scotch College Graduate Kamsani Bin-Sellah, formally known as Kambarni.

Kamsani has designed two amazing pieces, Yongka’s (kangaroo’s) on Boodja (country) and Waugal (Serpent) and Weitj (emu) legs. This art style is a Kambarni special where it engages young people of all artistic abilities and helps create a space for learning and sharing.

These pieces were created specifically for students to be able to fill in the gaps with their own artwork, this is to give young people the opportunity to paint/draw their own artistic expression and stories.

MADALAH scholars from all of our partner schools had the opportunity to paint or draw on this piece to show their artistic expression stories.

We are super proud of our scholars for collaborating on this unique piece of artwork!

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MADALAH recognises and values the continuity of cultural, educational and spiritual practices of First Peoples.

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