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Youth photos to capture hope


Eurobodalla’s young people are encouraged to share their best photos with the community through Photos of Hope project.

Photos of Hope invites local youth to creatively interpret the theme of ‘hope, happiness, positivity and inspiration’ through digital imagery in way that is meaningful to them.

Eurobodalla Council’s youth development officer Leanne Minihan said the entries would be exhibited in a digital display during NSW Youth Week, 16-24 April 2021.

“After such a challenging 2020, we want youth to capture the amazing people and places that make up the Eurobodalla Shire and its resilient and supportive community spirit,” she said.

“Our local young people are such avid photographers who take and share images regularly.

“Photos of Hope provides a platform for them to share their pics with the rest of the community.

“Let’s reframe for 2021 and bring out the best images that represent our great community in a positive light.”

There are three age categories: under 12 years, 13–17 years and 18–25 years.

Prizes will be drawn in each category, including a PlayStation 5, photography classes, and more.

Photos of Hope is a joint initiative of Eurobodalla Council, Campbell Page, headspace and Save the Children.

For more information, or to enter, visit https://www.esc.nsw.gov.au/news-and-events/whats-on/photos-of-hope or contact Council's Youth Development Officer, Lee Minihan on 4474 1302 or Leanne.Minihan@esc.nsw.gov.au


Above: Local avid photographer Lachlan Calendar.

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