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FReeZA

FReeZA activities give young people the chance to plan, organise and stage local music and arts events in a fully supervised drug, alcohol and smoke-free environment.

Council receives funding from the state government’s FreeZa program.

Past events have included movie nights, discos and socials, pool parties, the annual Kool Skools experience, art projects, talent quests, careers days, Battle of the Bands, skills training and youth mentoring.

Calendar

FReeZa events can be found in our events calendar or statewide on the FReeZA website.

Melbourne Street Art Tour

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The Annual Street Art Tour gives students aged between 13 to 17 years old from our Loddon Shire High Schools the opportunity to travel to Melbourne and visit different artwork on display throughout the streets of Melbourne.  This tour includes 3 days in a professional art studio for students to explore their creative side using a wide variety of art mediums.

2018 was a highly successful trip to Melbourne in September, which saw 25 local students enjoy a city camp run by Melbourne Street Art Tours, the only business of its kind in Australia run by street artists. 

Students tackled stencil artwork, junk sculpture, spray painting and a collaborative paste-up scene on a city wall, as well as seeing professional examples of these art forms on both the streets of Melbourne and at the National Gallery of Victoria.

For more information, please contact Council's Community Support department on (03) 5494 1200.

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