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4 October 2016

Funding of up to $50,000 is available for great creative ideas that help to spread the message of road safety in Victoria.

TAC sculpture 'Graham' by Patricia Puccinini, designed to illustrate driver vulnerability (2016)

TAC sculpture 'Graham' by Patricia Puccinini, designed to illustrate driver vulnerability (2016)

Launched recently by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), the Green Man Grants program is open to all Victorians aged 18-25 years who have a creative spark.

The TAC is looking for innovative projects that will engage, educate and inspire Victorian road users. It asks applicants to consider one of three focus areas to enhance road safety – vehicle safety, vulnerability and shared responsibility – and find a fresh way to communicate the message.

The proposal could be a film, a sculpture, an app, a live performance – there are no limits, as long as the idea is compelling.

Successful applicants will be partnered with a relevant industry expert to guide and mentor them through the process of bringing their idea to life.

In addition to the project grant, successful applicants will receive a $5000 cash prize.

Visit Green Man Grants to find out more