Mogo Public School’s Kizzy Nye has been selected as a FINALIST in the 2022 National Art Teacher’s Prize - sponsored by Zart Art.
The prize aims to encourage, recognise and celebrate the visual arts practice of primary and secondary school educators.
Mogo Public School educator Andrew Craft and Kizzy Nye are also eligible for the People’s Choice Award:-
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Kizzy Nye: Help this artwork win the People's Choice prize by voting and sharing at https://zart.us.launchpad6.com/ntap22/entry/5231
Help this artwork win the People's Choice prize by voting and sharing at https://zart.us.launchpad6.com/ntap22/entry/5233
Above: As a Walbanga Woman it is important to me to practice the tradition of possum skin making and teaching the practice to my students in conjunction with language. Without the culture there is no language. This piece represents my family, my community and my culture. Kizzy Nye
Above: To be Walbanga people - means belonging. It means feeling connected and believing in something, something greater than yourself. I created this piece to remind and inspire my senior boys who will each now be guided to make their own didgeridoo in 2022.