Aborignal painting 1
As part of our Cultural Awareness program, we recently commissioned the most wonderful art work from renowned Noongar artist Rosie Paine, which represents our College as part of the community.


It is proudly displayed in our Front Office – If you haven’t seen it, please pop in – it is stunning!
The painting represents RCC as the centre of the community, symbolised by the large dotted circle at the centre. The u shapes around the circle represent the school, families and the community caring and working together. The lines leading out from the circle represents the continuous link the school has with the community as many students become parents of the school community. Within these lines the darker teal dots and smaller dotted circles represent the school working with students from when they are babies through to adults. At the top and bottom of the artwork are hills that represent and acknowledge the hills of the Noongar boodja that the school sits on. The smaller dotted circles represent growing on Country.
It is a beautiful painting, and we thank Rosie for telling our story, in such a vibrant and wonderful way, and we are so proud to be custodians of it at RCC.

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