Messengers is an arts-based youth support program for vulnerable young people and their families operating across the A.C.T. Messengers offers weekly group programs in which participants develop a range of skills across artistic mediums including visual, performing and other creative arts. The program is aimed at young people who are experiencing mild-moderate mental health issues. Messengers programs are specifically designed to improve social and psychological wellbeing via targeted participation in the arts.
Art Lab @ Tuggeranong offers a space for young people between the ages of 12-25 to learn and expand on their creative interests. Learning skills in drawing, painting, sculpture, digital art and more.
Pop in Pop Art is a weekly after school art class and an opportunity for young people to pop into the Messengers workshop and experiment with our art materials and musical instruments.
In this class students are encouraged to try the range of creative activities from drawing and painting to graffiti and ceramics.
In partnership with Northside Community Service’s Youth Engagement Team (Y.Engage), Messengers will be offering a visual arts class. Participants will learn skills in textiles, ephemeral arts, collage, sculpture, and more.
Messengers is an arts-based support program for young people across the A.C.T. The program aims to improve mental and social wellbeing.
This class is run in collaboration with Belconnen Community Service and the ACT Education Directorate, and provides a Multi Arts class where students can try out painting, sculpture, movement & creative writing.
This class is designed for young people to develop skills in storytelling via movement, dance & drama practices.
The Messengers Program is proudly supported by the ACT Government.