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School Art Exhibition

Seven South Australia’s schools, 15 teachers and more than 150 young students have contributed to an art exhibition inspired by the Adelaide Festival’s Australian premier of The Plastic Bag Store installation.by Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker Robin Frohardt.

Many teachers and students are passionate about the protecting the environment and understand that too often the way plastics are produced, used and discard results in wasted resources, causing pollution, litter and harm to wildlife, including marine life. 

Visit the virtual gallery to see just a selection of the amazing response from these schools who have each won $100 to contribute to an environmental project of their choice.

  • Ardtornish Primary School
  • Bellevue Heights Primary School
  • The Hills Montessori School 
  • Kadina Memorial School 
  • Parafield Gardens R-7S
  • St Michael’s College
  • Thebarton Senior College

These talented students and teachers have received Certificates of Appreciation signed by the David Speirs, Minister for Environment and Water. Congratulations!


Pari - 'Tree of Life'
Parafield Gardens R-7.
Visual arts specialist teacher: Kirsty Dimitropoulos


Maddie and Pearl - 'One Plastic Fork'
The Hills Montessori School.
Years 4-6 Teacher: Nat Costello

'Turtle'
Ardtornish Primary School.
Year 3 class teacher: Rachael Agaciak

'Pretty Garden'
Bellevue Heights Primary School.
Reception/Year 1 French Teacher: Yvette Pinto


'White Flowers': 
Bellevue Heights Primary School.
Reception/Year 1 class teacher: Eric Petrovic