Primary school students developed posters which reflected their understanding of what equity and respect means to them and the greater Wagga Wagga community.

The first stage of the Enlighten for Equity project included engagement with the eighteen primary schools and stage three primary school students who developed posters with the support from an “Artist in Residence” and the Equity team.

The posters reflected what equity and respect means to them and the Wagga Wagga community, incorporating many visual components and instructions for their ideas to be transformed into standalone lighted sculptures. The development of the students work was undertaken in a supported framework with teachers of the students and an ‘Artist in Residence’ approach.

Check out the posters

We have captured the designs of more than 800 students.