Yarra Youth Ambassadors
Yarra's Youth Ambassadors, in collaboration with the Yarra Sustainability Awards, present the inaugural uneARTthed art competition.
uneaARThed is an environmental art prize which highlights some of the issues that are of greatest concern to young people in Yarra.
Young people aged 15 – 25 who live, study, work or play in the City of Yarra are invited to create and submit visual and wearable artworks to be in the running for prizes valued up to $500.
Artworks must respond to the phrase 'Even little things make a big difference' through the use of visual art, photography, illustration and wearable art.
Finalists' artwork will be featured in a special World Environment Day exhibition from Thursday 5 June - Friday 6 June.
Winners will be announced at the exhibition's opening night on Thursday 5 June from 6pm - 9pm (venue TBA).
To enter the competition, visit the uneARThed art prize webpage.
Entries close on Monday 5 May.
For more information, contact the Yarra Youth Ambassadors at email@example.com
About the Yarra Youth Ambassadors
The Yarra Youth Ambassadors are a group of young people aged 15 – 25 who communicate ideas of young people to Councillors and the broader community of the City of Yarra.
They aim to create projects that will make a difference on issues that matter to young people.
Become a Youth Ambassador
As a Yarra Youth Ambassador you will have the opportunity to:
- meet and work with other young people on key ideas and projects of interest to you
- lead and shape a new Youth Policy for Yarra
- provide ideas and input into new programs and activities for young people in Yarra
- get trained in leadership, facilitation, communication and advocacy skills
- have fun!
To be involved you must be:
- aged 15 to 25 years
- live, work and/or study in Yarra
- able to come and commit to regular meetings over 2013.
To register your interest in becoming a Youth Ambassador, please fill in this online form.
Once you have registered your interest, the Youth Services team will contact you.
Rochelle le Pere
Youth Development Officer
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