REPLACE THE WASTE
SCHOOL ART EXHIBITION
REPLACE THE WASTE
Did you know that from March 1, 2021, single-use plastic straws, cutlery and stirrers cannot be sold, supplied or distributed in South Australia?

Thebarton Senior College was one of seven South Australian schools that contributed artwork to the Replace the Waste Art Exhibition at Adelaide City library, which was inspired by the Adelaide Festival's Australian premier of 'The Plastic Bag Store' installation by Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker Robin Frohardt.

Our New Arrivals Program students who contributed to the exhibition demonstrated their understanding of the impact of how plastics are produced, used and discarded results in wasted resources, pollution, and is harmful to wildlife, including marine life.

Each school won $100 to contribute to an environmental project of their choice and Certificates of Appreciation signed by David Speirs, the Minister for Environment and Water. Congratulations TSC!

Visit the virtual gallery and learn more about Replacing the Waste at:

https://www.replacethewaste.sa.gov.au/school-art-exhibition
Credits
  • AuthorKate De Ruyter
  • Date06-Apr-21
  • CategoriesTerm1