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DPTI Media Release - Adelaide Metro Children's Week

CONNECT - Message from the Chief Executive

11 October 2016

Calling all caregivers – we want you to send us photos of children’s public transport themed artwork so we can show it off on board a bus, train or tram!

Sculpt some clay, find some pavement for chalk drawings, get some friends together for face painting or draw, paint and fold paper or any other craft, take a photo and send it to us.

Adelaide Metro will select a variety of photographs to produce into posters to proudly display across our fleet of buses, trams, and trains.

It would be great if you could include children’s first name and age on the artwork so we know who the budding artist is, but please no more detail than that. We want to keep our little people safe.

Send us your artwork before October 30 so it can be produced and displayed on the fleet throughout November.

Artwork can be sent to us by either responding to one of our social media posts, (but remember your cyber details and artwork will be displayed to the whole Department cyber world, or send it to us via private message if you want to keep things just between us) or perhaps the postman could bring it to us;

Media, Engagement and Communications

Department for Infrastructure and Transport,
GPO Box 1533,
Adelaide SA 5001

If you’d like your art displayed in your local area, send us a private message with your suburb or school name and we’ll try to get it installed nearby.

More details are available on the Adelaide Metro website and we’re sending out social media posts so join in the fun; Facebook:

Twitter: @AdelaideMetroSA.

Our Adelaide Metro fleet is used by more than 60 million customers annually so budding young artists can get the exposure they deserve while customers can have some fun checking out these young artists’ creations on their journey.

Children’s Week is a national celebration of children’s rights, talents, and achievements.