Feeding, clothing and powering a hungry nation is a
The Archibull Prize is an innovative hands on program that sees urban and rural schools research an agricultural industry and express their findings through artwork - specifically a fibreglass cow. This year, 30 schools have been selected across NSW, QLD and the ACT to participate in the 2017 Archibull Prize. Blacktown Girls High School being one of them. This year, the theme is "Feeding, Clothing and Powering a Hungry Nation is a shared responsibility". This innovative program is designed to give young people the opportunity to connect with farmers and the community and have the skills and knowledge to co-create a bright future for Australian agriculture.
Everyone's excited to meet Archie!!! :)
Year 8's and Seniors meeting Archie