with Dr Sarah Jane Moore & Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall
September 26, 27 and 28, 2017
Would you like to be part of a group exhibition that travels from Sydney to Noumea?
Would you like to work on a canvas that shares your cultural wisdom?
Would you like to develop an image that shares your Reconciliation journey?
The Talking Transformation Culture and Wisdom project offers three storytelling and visual art workshops to anyone who would like to be involved and is keen to work together on a collaborative visual arts and storytelling project.
Facilitated by Dr Sarah Jane Moore and Associate Professor Bagnall the project is supported by the Oceania Comparative International Education Society and the School of Education and will be run over three days and held at the School of Education at the University of Sydney.
The project will:
Bring together teachers, researchers, students, academics, creative and visual artists to share and exchange conversations about their cultural wisdoms and experiences in the Reconciliation space. In the free one hour workshops participants will create a small canvas that will be displayed in a group display at the University of Sydney. The canvases will then travel to the University of Nouvelle Caledonie, Noumea, New Caledonia and be exhibited as part of the 45th Annual Conference of the Oceania Comparative and International Society Conference in November 2017.
The free workshops will be held at The University of Sydney in the School of Education.
Tuesday 26th Sept 10-11am Room 325, School of Education at the University of Sydney
Wednesday 27th Sept 12-1pm Room 325 School of Education at the University of Sydney
Thursday 28 Sept 2-3pm Room 459, School of Education at the University of Sydney
All materials are provided
If you would like to book into one or all three of these sessions
please contact Dr Sarah Jane Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshops are in the NSW School holidays and all are welcome!