Photo Journeys Project
The Photos Journeys Project took place March/April/May 2018. Over a number of weeks, parents produced artworks based on the 2018 SeeChange Festival theme. These artworks were displayed at a Pop Up Gallery held at the Sanctuary Point Youth and Community Centre (BBCR) 30-31st May.
The Artworks created by the group used images that were captured by participants on mobile phones. These images related to the festival's theme - Shared Pathways. Each participant chose their own personal journey.
"Festival theme SeeChange 2018 is celebrating the idea of Shared Pathways - a theme inspired by the history of The Wool Road from Nerriga to Jervis Bay ... This theme offers rich possibilities for creative interpretation and collaboration across art forms. Shared Pathways encapsulates the idea of intangible pathways we share with others - intellectual, creative, spiritual, social, family, cultural; shared lines of thinking; shared pathways of aesthetic knowledge and artistic practice. The first week of the festival purposefully runs alongside National Reconciliation Week offering opportunities to share contemporary environmental and cultural pathways - walks, stories, art, song, dance, food and so on."
Extract from EOI document.
To assist parents/carers in making community connections through creative expression. This project addressed Connect's aim to assist parents to feel comfortable and connected with the school and the local community.
Between Sanctuary Point Connect and the BBCR
Community development funds through the SaCC Program.