City of Gosnells Students Using Art to Engage Peers in Road Safety

Posted on: Monday, 28 October 2019 at 12:00:00 AM

Year nine students at Thornlie Senior High School have been working with artist Josephine Lundy to create a poster design that reflects their thoughts on keeping young people safe on our roads.

The art will form part of the City of Gosnells RoadWise campaign, to be used in promotion and printed materials for RoadWise events and programs.

The City’s RoadWise Youth Engagement and Art Project, funded by a Government of Western Australia Road Safety Community Grant, aims to encourage 12 to 16-year-old students to educate their peers about the importance of road safety through art-based initiatives.

The project is one of a suite of initiatives being implemented by the City of Gosnells RoadWise Working Group.

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Pictured above: City of Gosnells Mayor Glenn Dewhurst, RoadWise Working Group member Sandra Baraiolo and artist Josephine Lundy with Thornlie Senior High School students (Photo supplied by the City of Gosnells). 

 

For more information about road safety in the City of Gosnells, visit www.roadwise.asn.au

 

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