Visual arts @ The Arts Unit

Kindergarten to Year 12 students and teachers

Provides resources to students and teachers, including gallery exhibitions, student workshops, professional learning, digital events, classes and digital resources.

Neil Tomkins holding up a painting of a face, and Digby Webster looking at the painting

Operation Art 2022

Applications are now Closed

For further information visit Operation Art.

Nagoya Art Exchange 2022

Nominations for 2022 are now open!

Teachers are invited to nominate a maximum of four outstanding Kindergarten to Year 12 student artworks that would be suitable for consideration for the Nagoya Sister City Art Exchange.

  • To nominate a student, complete the online nomination form. Please note, a separate form is required for each student artwork nomination. 

Nominations close Friday 29 July 2022 (Term 3 Week 2).

For further information or to view the 2020 and 2021 online exhibitions visit Nagoya Art Exchange.

The Home Program 2022

The Home Program connects professional Aboriginal artists, students and teachers with local Aboriginal community, regional galleries and the Art Gallery of NSW to explore cultural practice, language and artmaking. Entry into the program is by an expression of interest that is endorsed by the school principal. The program runs from Term 1 to Term 3, for Stage 3 classes (1 class per school). Smaller schools will be accommodated for and are encouraged to apply. For more information and how to apply email

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