Social Justice Art for Teens 2022

$20 — Tickets essential

9.30am to 12.30pm

Wed 29 Jun
Tue 27 Sep

Includes materials

Designed for teens 11 to 17 years

Art as expression and advocacy

Designed for teens aged 11 to 17 years of age

These school holidays, come and immerse yourself in the world of Social Justice Art.

In these extensive workshops you will connect with other young social justice artists and learn how to use your art to change the world and express what is important to you. You will explore the role artists and art works play in advocacy, delve deep into unearthing message and meaning in the work of contemporary social justice artists, and learn the power of your own voice and how to express that through your art.

These workshops will be inclusive and safe spaces to explore the things that matter most to you, and a growing ground for tapping into your passion, creativity and deep thinking!

BYO sketchbook or visual diary (A3 size preferable), pencils (HB, 2B, 4B), eraser and sharpener.

Other materials will be supplied.

Sessions run from 9.30am to 12.30pm on the following days:

  • Wednesday, 29 June
  • Tuesday, 27 September

Please note:

  • We will do our best to keep to this schedule but dates may change with limited notice only people with a ticket will be notified of any changes to this program.
  • In the event of further COVID-19 impacts this program may be presented via Zoom.


Presenter bio

Francine Sculli has been studying and working in the creative arts for the past 18 years, encompassing everything from dancing and writing to visual arts and jewellery making. Not only has Francine spent those 18 years avidly creating, but she has also shared her passion as an Art and Multimedia educator. Francine’s focus has been on helping grow young artists through the innovative teaching for artistic behaviour pedagogical approach and choice-based art programs. Francine has combined her passion for Art with her passion for wellbeing and inclusion, and is currently head of Wellbeing, Inclusion, Community & Engagement at a local primary school.

Social Justice Art Online

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Exhibit your art or design works

Opportunities for young people who live, work or study in Moonee Valley to exhibit at Incinerator Gallery

  • Fireworks art and design exhibition for students in Years 11 and 12
  • Bright Sparks poster exhibition for students in Prep to Year 10