Congratulations to Anthony - these t-shirts will be available in the New Year
and congratulations to Pauline Coxon for being the runner up with her design 'Flannel Flowers'.
The Oorala Aboriginal Centre launched our inaugural Oorala T-Shirt design competion in 2020. Our students and staff overwhelmingly support a shirt that will create a sense of community and celebrate our culture, whilst promoting education here at UNE.
We narrowed it down to two final designs!
Artist: Anthony Strong
Artwork: Footsteps to Education
This artwork symbolises the many steps a person has to take to complete their education at University. The Echidna acknowledges and represents the traditional owners in Armidale, the Anaiwan people.
Artist: Pauline Coxon
Artwork: Flannel Flowers
The Flannel Flower is an Australian Wildflower that grows in heath bushlands in NSW. The flower thrives in a range of environments because of its ability to adapt. The Flannel Flower symbolises beauty & resilience.
Get you designs ready for the 2021 Oorala T-shirt design competion!
Download the Artist Brief and Expression of Interest Form for more information. Should you have any questions you can phone Samantha Fowler on 03 6773 3034.