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PLASTIC POLLUTION - Finding solutions to reduce our footprint 

This annual environmental art project provides an opportunity for primary school children in the City of Swan to engage with local and global environmental issues and promote a positive message about the importance of protecting the earth.

The 12 winners of this year’s Swan Environmental Art Project attended the Midland Junction Arts Centre on Saturday 26 May to be awarded their prizes and certificates. The 12 winners were selected from 450 entries by panel of judges including Mayor David Lucas.

The winners from Aveley Primary School, Clayton View Primary School and Caversham Primary received vouchers from Midland Gate Shopping Centre and cheque prizes from Mundaring Arts Centre presented by MAC staff and City of Swan Councillor Claire Scanlan.

Alongside their prizes, winners were invited to MJAC to translate their winner artworks into banner designs alongside local artist Louise Cook. Once painted, the banners will be displayed in 2019 for the whole City of Swan to enjoy.

A big congratulations to the award winners and to all participants from Aveley, Caversham, Clayton View, Gidgegannup and Malvern Springs Primary Schools.

Swan Environmental Art Project Winners

2018 Winners

2018 Winners

Logan Wheeler
Aveley Primary School, Yr 1

Grace Cooper
Aveley Primary School, Yr 1

Molly Digney
Aveley Primary School, Yr 1

Prisha Waghule
Aveley Primary School, Yr 2

Jade Shaylor
Aveley Primary School, Yr 2

Chloe Morrison
Caversham Primary School, Yr 3

Pia Mungra
Caversham Primary School, Yr 4

Phoenix Costa
Clayton View Primary School, Yr 4

Sahara Surman
Aveley Primary School, Yr 4

Roweena Shanmuga-Sundaram
Aveley Primary School, Yr 4

Alyssa Veenvliet
Aveley Primary School, Yr 6

Seth Samuel
Aveley Primary School, Yr 6


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