Gosnells PCYC Stepping Stones students have been busy adding much needed colour to the industrial shipping containers within the Transwa coach depot.
The shipping containers became the perfect canvases for the new urban art project, organised by the Right Track program in partnership with Transwa and Gosnell’s PCYC Stepping Stones. They are now brightly coloured in very impressive artistic murals by 8 students with help from local artist Michael Barker AKA Shime.
Right Track was able to include safety and anti-graffiti education by involving young people from the Stepping Stones program in the mural design as well as help the Students build new skills.
Gosnells PCYC Stepping Stones program is a certified numeracy and literacy program for year 11 and 12 students who are disengaged from mainstream education, with the program’s aim to re-engage young people and provide pathways to further education, training and employment.
If you’d like to learn more about Gosnells PCYC Stepping Stones program, please contact the centre on 9459 1168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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