The AMWU's Tasmanian branch have embraced the talents of a local artist and high school teens to transform the laneway side of our building into Hobart's most vibrant new piece of street art.
The laneway wall of the office in Moonah had been a favourite for vandals, whose tagging and graffiti made it an eyesore.
But rather than paying painters to cover the mess, Branch Secretary
A call to the Glenorchy council opened the doors to meetings at the
The 2014 Make Your Mark youth education initiative led
"I went and talked to these young people about our union, what we're about, our community values and we found a lot of common ground, especially about bullying,"
"Whether in the schoolyard or the workplace, everyone wants to get rid of it and that became a theme that the students worked on with the artist."
Jamin screenprinted images of Year 10 student
"I love art and wanted to get involved with something positive for the community,"Ayla said at last week's launch of the work.
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