Want to see your artwork featured on a Melbourne tram stop?!

Yarra Trams, SYN Media, Drum Youth Services and the Centre for Multicultural Youth are looking for you!

Young people between the age of 15 and 25 have the opportunity to participate in workshops to design spray painted or digital artwork for two shelters in Carlton.

If this sounds like you, head along to the info session on September 7 from 4.30pm. It will be held at the Centre for Multicultural Youth in Carlton; call 9340 3700 for more information!


What is Route 96:

Young people from culturally diverse backgrounds who live, work and play in the Carlton area will collaborate with an artist to design and create artwork for 2 tram stops on the corner of Nicholson and Elgin Streets in Carlton. 

The theme of the art project will be a celebration of the activities of culturally diverse young people in the Carlton area.

 
Program Details:

 
An artist will run collaborative workshops with young people from culturally diverse backgrounds to design and create artwork for 2 tram stops in the Carlton area.  The intensive workshops will be run throughout the school holidays and will create artwork with aerosol paint and digital design printed vinyl.  The tramstops will be a celebration of activities of culturally diverse young people in the Carlton area.
 

Project Partners:

Route 96 is a partnership project with CMY, Yarra Trams, drum Youth Services and SYN

Contact:

For more information on the project contact:

Kerensa Diball

Tel: (03) 9340 3700

Mob: 0448 623 006

kdiball@cmy.net.au

www.cmy.net.au

September 1st 2011
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