StreetShot is a unique way of inviting young people to collaborate on creative arts projects, photography and video to visually represent their perspective on the dangers, the fears, the risks and the power of knowledge of viral hepatitis. Entries are then exhibited at public gallery spaces around Victoria and winning entries are awarded significant prizes.
Thanks to everyone who took part this year during COVID-19 pandemic, and congratulations to the talented people behind the winning entries.
Here lies O-Liver by Taylah Collier
“O-Liver is a play on words which represents the headstone within a gravesite of livers who did not make it. The painting is a grave representing a dead liver, and the bottles and cans scattered around it represent the alcohol that killed it. Poor O-Liver didn’t stand a chance and rests alone, in the night, in a liver cemetary. Poor, oh poor, O-Liver…”
Reach Out by VCAL Foundation Youth Program (South West TAFE)
“Reach Out For Support – we want to encourage individuals who have contracted hepatitis to know that there are many support networks available and they need to feel okay to reach out. Reach out to family, friends, health professionals, LiverWELL, Counsellors, Hepatitis Australia…Reach Out”
The Liver Song by Lauren Williams and Ria Singh
“We wanted to start the conversation about viral hepatitis through a fun digestable song. It’s ok to make mistakes in life, but don’t forget to protect your liver along your journey. Hopefully it will stick in people’s minds while informing them about some of the alarming statistics from the LiverWELL website.”