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A Keysborough College student’s artwork will soon become a moving mural to promote social inclusion.
Nhu Lam won first place in this year’s Wallara Picture This art competition.
Wallara, a Dandenong-based disability support service for adults in the South-East, invited Keysborough College and Somerville Secondary College to participate this year.
It asked students to think about disability and paint or draw their interpretation of social inclusion.
Nhu’s entry was one of 85 artworks by Year 7 students at Keysborough, and will now appear on a Wallara bus.
The school displayed the artworks on Friday 8 September, and a judging panel visited to choose a winner.
Judges included Wallara director Anne Tierney-Roberts, Wallara CEO Phil Hayes-Brown, Ventura managing director Andrew Cornwall, Wallara ambassadors Camilo Zuniga and Donald Martin, and Navarone representative Nicole Neophitou.
The Keysborough and Somerville winners will be officially recognised at Wallara’s Annual Concert on Saturday 21 October at the Frankston Arts Centre.

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