Microsoft Paint Competition winners
Presenting this years winners of the Sunshine Youth Space Microsoft Paint competition.
1/6 - Tammy Vo - MS Paint Competition junior category first prize winner
In my artwork, I have included a sunset in the background as it symbolises the hope of a new and peaceful day. I have added hills to represent the vast land of Australia. In the artwork there is a girl who can be interpreted as a goddess.
2/6 - Skyler Osmond - MS Paint competition junior category second prize winner
My piece of artwork is a black and white room, The hands on the wall symbolise diversity and respect and the children in the circles are colourful to represent the concepts of unity and diversity, the message conveyed is that all people can be one.
3/6 - Leena Elsharrani - MS Paint competition junior category third prize winner
A robber is confronted by the woman she stole from, her mother, the land, our ancestors.
4/6 - Lisa Diep - MS Paint competition senior category first prize winner
I drew myself in the middle, holding country and sexuality flags and some elements of Australia floating around me.
5/6 - Chloe Morgan - MS Paint competition senior category second prize winner
A potion lab with a cauldron with a 'potion' that is essentially the LGBTQIA+ community and all the potion glasses are the different sexualities
6/6 - Aliyah Pido - MS Paint competition senior category third prize winner
This piece of artwork that I have created is based on different ethnic backgrounds and the differences between those of colour. It also portrays how different yet similar we are as humans
Presenting this years winners of the Sunshine Youth Space Microsoft Paint competition. Participants were asked to draw an original idea using MS Paint, with the theme of 'Celebrating diversity in Australia'. The competition was open to all Victorian young people.
Junior category winners (12 - 17 years old)
First prize: Tammy Vo
Second prize: Skylar Osmond
Third prize: Leena Elsharrani
Senior category: 18 - 25 years old
First prize: Lisa Diep
Second prize: Chloe Morgan
Third prize: Aliyah Pido
About the Sunshine Youth Space
Sunshine Youth Space opened its doors in 2018 to address the gaps in youth services after a series of consultations between Brimbank Youth Services and Sunshine Uniting Church. Sunshine Youth Space offers a safe, apolitical and non religious space for youths to participate in free sports and other activities.
Sunshine Youth Space is also open to collaborating with individuals, schools or organisations on youth projects and events.
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