Orana Heights Public School student Chelsea Trudgett's artwork selected for Nagoya Sister City Art Exchange

Proud moment: Orana Heights Public School principal Annie Munro and Year 6 student Chelsea Trudgett with the work selected for this year's Nagoya Sister City Art Exchange. Photo contributed.

Proud moment: Orana Heights Public School principal Annie Munro and Year 6 student Chelsea Trudgett with the work selected for this year's Nagoya Sister City Art Exchange. Photo contributed.

An artwork created by a talented Dubbo student is bound for an international stage after it impressed among a wide field.

Chelsea Trudgett from 6L at Orana Heights Public School was selected for the Nagoya Sister City Art Exchange 2017.

Chelsea’s successful artwork is called Chinese Dragon.

The annual art exchange is an exhibition opportunity for all NSW public school students in Years K-12.

It also encourages students to participate in international friendship and cultural exchange activities, which in turn promotes the further development of sister city relationships.

The selected artworks from NSW Public Schools are exhibited in Nagoya, Japan along with works by students in Nagoya, Sydney, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Ninjing.

Orana Heights is celebrating its student’s achievement after her hard work in preparing the artwork before the deadline.

An excited Chelsea and proud principal Annie Munro sat for a photo together with Chinese Dragon.

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