G21, together with the City and other key partners, bring to you a STREETFACE project that shines a light on older members of our community that have experienced a 'life transition'.
The project features nine stories from residents across the G21 region. They are people that
bring insight and wisdom, guiding us through a journey of resilience and
physical activity to enable self-empowerment and improved health and
Our goal of this project is to inspire through storytelling and real life examples. We also aim to demonstrate how movement comes in all shapes while demonstrating the benefits active living provides to our health and wellbeing, both physically and mentally.
The large STREETFACE decals will be on display from Thursday 1 July at the following Greater Geelong locations:
- City Hall;
- Busport, Brougham Street;
- Geelong West Town Hall;
- Bellarine Community Health, Portarlington;
- Civic Centre car park; and
- Grovedale Neighbourhood House.
STREETFACE decals will also be displayed in the Golden Plains Shire and in the Colac Otway Shire. We have also posted more about each person's journey on the Humans in Geelong website.
We would love to hear from you after you have visited the STREETFACE decals. Please take our survey below to tell us your thoughts about the project and this year's theme.
Your feedback will help determine effective measures for future planning with the 'Healthy Eating, Active Living' priority for G21, specifically for people as they age.
The Faces of STREETFACE