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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 5 August 2021) . . Page.. 2523 ..


(2) Other than being displayed, what public uses have been made of the other joint-winning artwork and the runners-up.

(3) Who was responsible for deciding how each of these pieces of art would be used publicly.

(4) Can the Minister provide the original contest information that was provided to Gungahlin College students.

Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) One design was more suitable to be successfully adapted into a LRV Safety Wrap due to the dimensions of the artwork.

(2) The other joint winning artwork from the 2019 Rail Safety Week Poster Competition was used as follows:

a. A2 poster displayed in Gungahlin Marketplace.

b. Included in Canberra Metro Operations (CMET) Light Rail Calendar in 2019.

c. On a coaster provided to local hospitality establishments pre-Christmas 2019.

d. As an anti-graffiti ‘art wrap’ to one of the Roadside Control boxes.

e. It is displayed framed in CMET depot.

f. Included in a Gungahlin Village Rail Safety Mural (Collage of a number of entries).

g. Used in various articles on social media and CMET website.

h. The runners up have also been used in similar ways to the joint winner, with the purpose of promoting the message of rail safety around the light rail.

(3) CMET received approval from the Education Directorate, Gungahlin College and the students involved in the competition, to adapt their artwork submissions into other designs after the competition.

(4) Please find attached information provided to Gungahlin College in relation to the competition.

(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).


Children and young people—ACT Policing(Question No 350)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 25 June 2021:

(1) How many reports of runaway children or young people has ACT Policing received during each of the past five financial years.

(2) If police find a missing child or young person, what steps do they generally take to return the child or young person to their parents.


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