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Hundreds of students will soon descend on the Logan Entertainment Centre to take part in the Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival 2017.
Thanks to our partners, Queensland University of Technology, Logan Together, headspace, Griffith University, Children’s Health Queensland and the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Pop Up Radio Australia and the Queensland Academies Creative Industries.
LISTEN: Interview with drama finalists Casey Moane and Cindy Robertson from Rochedale State High School:
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Being creative helps you to keep a positive mindset.
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