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Art & You: youth working group

Are you between 16 and 27? Love making art? Care about mental health? Then Arts Access Victoria wants you to join Art & You, a new advocacy project to help young people with mental health issues engage in the arts.

 
Arts Access Victoria is seeking 15 young people with experience of mental health issues to help them co-design a new resource to empower young people to talk about why art-making is important in their lives. It could be a video, a digital zine, posters..they want to hear all of your ideas!

Seeking volunteers interested in diversity and stamping out homophobia

We are seeking volunteers who are passionate about diversity, equal right and stamping out homophobia to help out with planning and crewing a tent at the upcoming Banyule Youth Festival. 

The tent is all about bringing rainbows to Youth fest (11th September 2016) and promoting diversity. This is your chance to volunteer some time to promote diversity and have some fun.

 

Current Ideas (that we need to build on);

Street Team is back!

STREET TEAM is back!
YouthFest 2016 is coming soon – kicking off at 12pm on Sunday 11th of September!

 

We are looking for young people who want to WIN big for helping us to promote the event.

What do you have to do?

Tell your friends, family, people from school, neighbours & more about YouthFest.  Be creative – share things online, put up posters around school or the community, make a video.. the ideas are endless!

How does it work?

Enrol to vote!

Over 18? Just 5 days left to enrol to vote in the upcoming election!

WHY VOTE?
There are enough un-enrolled 18-24 year olds to change the outcome of the election in a number of seats!
That means that by enrolling, you and your friends may change the outcome greatly

Banyule’s FReeZA Program – Jets Productions – is looking for new members

Banyule’s FReeZA Program – Jets Productions – is looking for new members

Starting in February 2016 (at the start of Term 1), Jets Productions is a crew of 12 young people from the Banyule area who run awesome events (Battle of the Bands, YouthFest + more) and spend the year learning about all aspects of the music industry.
 

What's important to youth?

The Victorian Government wants to know What’s Important to YOUth to guide what we do with and for young Victorians aged from 12 to 24 years.  

This survey is one of a number of ways we want to connect with young people over the next few months to find out the answers to this question.  The answers will be available on the Youth Central website in November.