Waratah West Public School student claims runner-up prize in Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW Law Week Art Competition

Tiara Dargin of Waratah West Public School shows off her artwork,

Tiara Dargin of Waratah West Public School shows off her artwork,


WARATAH West student Tiara Dargin's dream in life is to become an artist.

The year 4 student is well on her way to achieving her goal, after being named runner up in the Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW Law Week Art Competition.

Tiara, a 10-year-old indigenous student, will travel down to Sydney in September to be formally presented with her award.

Emma Young from Marks Point Public School won second prize in the competition, while Neville Simon from Floraville Public School was also named as a runner-up.

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