Monday, February 27, 2012

Wool4Skool

Wool4skool

Students in every state and territory are turning their minds to how wool can represent their version of “Modern Australia”.

Wool4Skool has attracted 220 school registrations covering over 6000 Design and Technology Textile students across year 9 and 10.

 This year the winning entry will win a $2500 cash prize with the design being created by one of Australia’s leading designers; it will also feature in a photoshoot with teen girls magazine Girlfriend. Teachers are also rewarded with a $2500 cash prize for the best incorporation of the project in the classroom.
Registrations have now closed for the 2012 competition and Australian Wool Innovation is announcing additional prizes.
The best entry from each state will win a bolt of Merino wool fabric for the classroom.*
Introductory videos with designer Jonathon Ward and Caroline Chisholm Catholic College (Braybrook, Vic) Design and Technology teacher Katrina Wheaton-Penniall are available online at www.wool4skool.com website and WoolmarkOnline Youtube channel.

Wool4Skool student design competition 2012

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