RYSS understands reconciliation to be about understanding where we are at as a country, and a local community (in terms of race relations) and how we got here. It’s about having a deep understanding of our past, to then form the basis of new actions.

Seeking Indigenous Artwork for RYSS Indigenous Branding

$200 Prize Money for the Chosen Design! 

Our organisation is requiring new Indigenous branding and we want a young artist from our community to design this for us.

The winning artwork will be digitalised and used for Indigenous Programs, Projects, Events and our Reconciliation Action Plan.

We would like our new Indigenous branding to show symbolism and themes of

Youth, Growth, The Future and Reconciliation.

We would like our RYSS Branding colour to feature in the works. Please refer to the image to see an example of this.
It is not essential that this be the exact orange colour as we have the ability to change this digitally.

Artworks of all mediums will be considered. We will make the winning artwork into a digital format and create logo design from an element of the works. We will supply the artist with copies of these files for their portfolio.

The winning design will be chosen and the artist will be celebrated, credited and receive payment of $200. By submitting your work you will be agreeing to be publicly acknowledged with your name, image, and information about you as an artist and the meaning of the artwork displayed on our website and social media platforms. 

If you are a young person aged 12-25 and would like to submit an artwork for consideration please click the button below to fill in the expression of interest form. 

You will need to upload some photos of your artwork.

If you are unable to access online registrations please call RYSS on 4323 2374 and one of our team will assist you with making your expression of interest.

We acknowledge that Regional Youth Support Services Inc supports our community while on the traditional lands of the Darkinjung people, and we pay our respects to elders both past and present. RYSS also acknowledges young people, who are our hope for a brighter, stronger future, who in days ahead will be the leaders in our community. Regional Youth Support Services Inc is proudly committed to diversity and social inclusion, incorporating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people who identify as LGBTQIA+, people with a disability, and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds