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Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition

Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition
On Wednesday July 20th approximately 160 young people and their families filled the ARTrium exhibition space for the celebration evening of the 15th annual Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition.

Congratulations to all of the amazing entrants of the Young People of Bayside Art Exhibition. With a special mention to the following award winners:

People’s choice Junior runner up – Lucy, with ‘Bridesmaid’

People’s choice Senior runner up – Dominique, with ‘Aeon’

People’s choice Junior winner – Ashley, with ‘Friendship’

People’s choice Junior winner – Annie, with ‘In the Jungle’

Boombox Events Committee’s choice – Holly, with ‘Blue Mountains

The winners artworks will be touring the following Bayside libraries:
Beaumaris Library 19 August -13 September
Brighton Library 21 September – 8 October
A reminder to all entrants if you haven't already, your artwork needs to be collected from the ARTrium space at 76 Royal Avenue now.
Keep an eye out at for the celebration evening photography, which will be posted soon.
If you’re keen to get involved in the Boombox Events committee, and help plan and run youth events in Bayside register/express your interest at


Bayside Street Art Crew (BSAC)

BSAC is a program for those young people who have an interest in street art and want to make a difference in their community. Learn about graffiti, how to do it legally and produce a mural for the community to enjoy.

WHO: young people 14 - 25 years old with a connection to Bayside

WHERE: Peterson Youth Centre, corner Peterson Street and Highett Road, Highett

WHEN: Wednesdays 4pm to 6pm,

COST: Free

HOW: Watch this space - currently we are full but register your interest for the August crew with Maureen Rodgers below

Any questions in regard to the project should be addressed to:

Maureeen Rodgers, Youth Work Team Leader, Bayside City Council’s Youth Services or 9599 4387

This project is made possible through funding by the Victorian Government's Community Crime Prevention Program.


Page last updated: 29 Aug 2016