The Roving StreetShot Arts Exhibition is a hit on Hosier Lane!

March 20, 2024

Our StreetShot Roving Arts Exhibition has been travelling around Victoria: sparking conversations about viral hepatitis through the creativity of young people! Last Wednesday, LiverWELL held an exciting event with free food to promote the exhibition at the Little Social Cafe on Hosier Lane near Youth Projects: The Living Room.

We saw an incredible turnout of people from the community engaging with the space, sharing their own stories of viral hepatitis and asking valuable questions about their liver health. We appreciate the community around Hosier Lane and their willingness to come and view our exhibition, it is always impactful for us, as an organisation, to see how community members interpret the works from StreetShot.  We also enjoyed sharing a bite to eat and appreciating the impactful art that has already been to three locations this month!

Are you a youth service that is interested in educating young people and the community about viral hepatitis and liver health? If you would like to have the StreetShot Roving Arts Exhibiton showcased at your service, please contact alain@liverwell.org.au


(StreetShot Arts Exhibition at Youth Projects Werribee, 21-28 February)

(StreetShot Arts Exhibition at Youth Junction, Visy Cares Hub, 28 February – 6 March)

(StreetShot Arts Exhibition at The Little Social Café, The Living Room, Youth Projects 6-13 March)


StreetShot Arts Exhibiton
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