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A creative t-shirt design highlighting the issue of youth homelessness has earned Year 8 Beaconhills College student Molleigh Lewis a ‘highly commended’ award in an art competition.
The winning designs in the Steps Outreach Service ‘Design a T-Shirt for Youth Homelessness’ competition will now be printed on t-shirts and canvas shopping bags and sold here from August 6. Profits will help support young people experiencing homelessness. Designs will also go on display during Homelessness Week 6-12 August at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, Carlton (details here).
You can read more about Molleigh and her art in the winter issue of Lux Luceat magazine.
Molleigh Lewis, Year 8
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